Escape the Fate’s Craig Mabbitt talks burying the hatchet with former member Ronnie Radke.
In the first episode of Q Score, Jonathan McHugh (Q) briefs us on the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. Q sits down with this weeks guest, the composer of the 2014 Sundance Film “They Came Together”, Craig Wedren. Wedren and McHugh reminisce about meeting on the film Roger Doger, as well as Wedren’s experience composing for films and working with director David Wain. For more information on Q Score and other great programs be sure to follow on Twitter! Craig Wedren is a critically acclaimed songwriter and singer who began his career fronting avant-rock pioneers Shudder To Think. Blessed [More]
Patricia Heaton talks to Craig about the big sex talk with her kids.
Craig discusses the series finale of Breaking Bad, performing in Las Vegas, and tells the night’s joke stolen from Jay Leno.
Simon talks about when he followed his girlfriend, now wife, to Paris to propose to her.
Craig discusses Wilford Brimley, new iPhone features, and the TV show Breaking Bad.
Craig discusses Sean Penn and Madonna getting back together, the world’s most honest city, and Lisbon Portugal.
Craig and Joseph Gordon-Levitt act like therapists and discuss the fear of intimacy and compatibility in relationships while using different accents.
Craig discusses minimum wage in California, Bill Nye The Science Guy, and new stamp prices.