The BobCast

Bob Cahill has been hosting ”The Bobcast” since 2013. Tune in weekly for insightful interviews with interesting people from all walks of life.

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Bob Cahil

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Sunday Nov 27, 2022

Monday Nov 07, 2022

Thursday Nov 03, 2022

Thursday Oct 27, 2022

Friday Oct 21, 2022

Thursday Oct 13, 2022

Monday Oct 10, 2022

Friday Sep 09, 2022

Thursday Aug 25, 2022

Monday Aug 22, 2022

In high school, my favorite band was DOHL, led by two seniors by the names of David Bohl and Neal Ramirez. Twenty-five years later, we reunite to wax nostalgic on the Nineties. 

Thursday Aug 11, 2022

Remember when "long-haired" British rock ’n’ rollers made teenage girls swoon — and their parents go crazy? Subtitled “The British Invasion of the Sixties in Pop Culture,” “Britmania” plunges into the period when suddenly, America went wild for All Things British. This profusely illustrated full-color hardback explores the movies (“A Hard Day’s Night,” “Having a Wild Weekend”), TV (“Ed Sullivan,” “Magical Mystery Tour”), collectibles (toys, games, lunch boxes), comics (real-life Brits in the DC and Marvel Universes) and, of course, the music. Written and designed by Mark Voger (“Monster Mash,” “Groovy,” “Holly Jolly”), TwoMorrows Publishing's “Britmania” features interviews with members of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Kinks, Herman’s Hermits, the Yardbirds, the Animals, the Hollies and more. It’s a gas, gas, gas! PRE ORDER THE BOOK HERE:

Monday Aug 08, 2022

Thursday Aug 04, 2022

Thursday Jul 28, 2022

Monday Jul 18, 2022

Join me for a spiritual session?  

Thursday Jul 14, 2022

Thursday May 26, 2022

Thursday Apr 28, 2022

Tuesday Apr 12, 2022

Solo Bobby. 

Monday Mar 21, 2022

Jamie Victor returns to the Lounge to discuss his new musical/art project FOSSILS FROM THE FUTURE, which is described as paranormal blues rock inspired by Bigfoot, Bob Lazar, Ghostbusters, Greys, BTTF, TTSA, AATIP, MIB, RATM, Jimi Hendrix, Reignwolf, The Beatles, Buddy Holly, James Brown, The Black Keys, Thee Oh Sees and Smashing Pumpkins.

Monday Feb 21, 2022

Just me checking in.

Wednesday Feb 02, 2022

Thursday Jan 27, 2022

Please welcome my new sponsor to the Bobcast, HOT JAWN: Chili Sauce! Joe Norris has always been an entrepreneur for as long as I've known him. It was nice to catch up and taste his amazing new sauce. Order it below, mention BOBCAST and get a special %15 discount!

Thursday Jan 20, 2022

I replaced Thom Peeler at my current job. Never thought we would have so much in common. Join us for a deep-dive into pop culture. Check out his podcast, which is highly entertaining below:

Thursday Jan 13, 2022

Monday Jan 03, 2022

Actor Landall Goolsby (Marvel's Agents of Shield, 500 Days of Summer, The Eye) returns to review Spiderman: No Way Home  Check out his reel here:

Thursday Dec 30, 2021

Sunday Dec 19, 2021

Happy Holidays.

Monday Nov 29, 2021

In support of their joint show this Thursday at Ortlieb's, Kt Feeney (You Do You) and Maggie Mae join me for a hilarious podcast about various topics that cover a wide range of hysteria.    Buy your tickets here:  

Wednesday Nov 24, 2021

The sensational Mark Voger returns for an amazing podcast that dives deep into pop-culture. We brush up upon a slew of topics, including Boris Karloff, Muhammad Ali, Batman, Abbot & Costello, RetroFan magazine and more! TUNE IN.

Thursday Nov 18, 2021

Mayor Yaniv Aronson of Conshohocken comes back to celebrate his second term.

Monday Nov 15, 2021

Hailing from Philadelphia, America's City of Brotherly Love, Ryan Tennis' music is all about dismantling boundaries and bringing people together. Genre-defiant by nature and with diversity at its core, his rousing songs are infused with the rhythms from the many countries he’s visited during his extensive tours. While his performances are dynamic and danceable, Tennis’ voice and songs have a disarming sweetness that lowers your defenses and lets you breathe easy. A singer-songwriter and guitarist, Ryan Tennis' style bares a strong influence from the Folk and Rock he grew up with (Simon & Garfunkel, The Beatles, Crosby Stills, Nash & Young), a connection with roots soul music that grew in his youth (Bill Withers, Otis Redding, and Sam Cooke), and the energy and rhythms of Colombia, where he has toured and collaborated with some of the country’s finest artists. Despite a life that now circulates around music almost entirely, Tennis admits he was a late bloomer when it came to songwriting. Sports occupied much of his time during his teens and into college, playing as a 1AA All-American defensive lineman at Davidson College in North Carolina until the age of 22. That intensity and power that he channelled for football still comes through in Tennis' live performances.  Over the last 12 years, Tennis has played 100-200 shows a year and pulled off countless independent tours with shows in the US, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Thailand, and Australia.  Since then, Tennis has also released four full-length LPs and two EPs, has fronted a 10-piece "Graceland'' band with the Grammy award-winning South African bass player Bakithi Kumalo, collaborated with Latin Grammy winning artists Nidia Gongora and Hugo Candaleria, and regularly toured South America with Latin Grammy-nominated group "El Caribefunk”. Additionally, he won the Philadelphia Songwriters Project, was selected as a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition, and helped found “Sancochofest” in the City of Tuluá, Colombia. In his hometown of Philadelphia, he curates and hosts “Tracks at the Vale,” a vibrant concert series on the stage he built in his backyard, where the music and the crowd echo the warmth and diversity he has fostered in his music.  “Everyone’s struggling these days in their own way, including me” Tennis says. “The best way I’ve found to feel that joy, that flow, that freedom from worry, is when I’m performing, when I feel like I’m channeling something big. When I’m in that place I can open up my own groove, and open it up for other people too.” Ryan Tennis has achieved so much during his time in music and shows little sign of slowing down. His forthcoming single, 'Alligator' is scheduled for release in early September 2021; a taste of what’s to come from his forthcoming album later in the year.  

Thursday Nov 11, 2021

A Brother Reflections reunion. Check out BROTHER here: Chances are you’ve seen BROTHER on NBC’s ‘ER’, maybe heard their music on the classic ‘Baraka’ soundtrack or UPN’s ‘ Twilight Zone.’ The band has shared stages with Joe Walsh, John Entwhistle, Linkin Park, and Alicia Keys and are the only independent band to have played the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  Fusing signature vocals and guitar with the deep pulse of the didgeridoo, the soaring highs of the bagpipes, and tribal percussion, BROTHER is wholly original. The band’s powerhouse live performances are an energetic celebration, captivating and engaging the audience from the first song to the last.  Angus, founding member of BROTHER, arrived in Los Angeles from Australia with his brothers a decade ago as little more than fresh-faced farm boys. In LA, they found themselves busking at Venice Beach, the Hollywood Bowl and Universal Studios to survive. Since those days, BROTHER evolved its trademark sound while touring extensively in the United States and in Canada, Japan, France, Egypt and Australia.  They did it all free from standard industry trends and pigeon-holes. BROTHER has self-released 12 albums, sold more CDs in the USA than any other independent Australian act and has regularly been cited as a role model within the independent scene. 

Monday Nov 08, 2021

Epidemiologist Kara Reid comes on the podcast to discuss the ongoing battle against Covid-19. We also totally nerd out on our mutual love for the film OUTBREAK. Tune in! 

Monday Oct 25, 2021

George Morgan loves film. He also loves live music. We discuss the Philly music scene, Downtown Harvest, memes and more. TUNE IN.

Thursday Oct 21, 2021

Judah Kim returns to the Lounge to talk about The Many Saints of Newark. Check out his amazing body of work here:

Monday Oct 18, 2021

Jenn Masse is a Mindset and Empowerment Coach and the Owner of Conshy Coaching. Jenn helps women and small business owners break free from limitations that are holding them back so that they can achieve success on their terms. Learn more about Jenn and her work at: You can also connect with her on Instagram: LinkedIn:  Check out her podcast at:

Thursday Oct 14, 2021

My neighbor Pat O'Shea wrote an amazing book of poetry with his Father called, "Conversations We Never Had", which in turn, inspired the creation of his band SHADES OF GREEN. Joining me is Scott Silber, Jim Briggs and Pat for a great podcast about Irish music, gigs and fast cars. TUNE IN. Check out Pat's book here:

Monday Oct 11, 2021

Will Drinker is an award-winning filmmaker and artist whose work has appeared on television, the web, and film festival screens around the world.  We have an amazing cinematic chat about THE SHINING, SIGNS and other spooky things. TUNE IN.  

Thursday Oct 07, 2021

I idolized Neil Ramirez in high school. Why? Find out by listening to this great podcast that dives deep into the decade we all love, the 1990's. Also check out Neil's radio show that airs every Saturday night.  Sound Burger with DJ Foggy Eyes on 97.3/107.9 The Rock Saturdays 5-7PM Pacific Time --  

Monday Oct 04, 2021

Jenni returns to chat about parenting during a pandemic. Great podcast! TUNE IN.

Thursday Sep 30, 2021

  Childhood neighbor returns to chat about the human condition and how to make it better. Scott Aaron is a 3X Best Selling Author, Speaker, Top Podcast Host, Human Connection Expert & Business Coach For Personal Branding & Growth. Check him out here:

Monday Sep 27, 2021

Wendy Rollins loves music. Former Radio 104.5 host returns to Philadelphia to chat about the sounds that made us. TUNE IN. Check out her stuff here:    

Friday Sep 24, 2021

Solo review of Nirvana's second album "NEVERMIND".

Wednesday Sep 22, 2021

John Faye & Brett Talley return to the Lounge in support of The Caulfields' new concert-rock-doc “26 Candles!” This 90-minute movie contains live renditions of 12 Caulfields originals and interview footage surrounding a most unusual birthday party during the height of the pandemic. TUNE IN:  Check out the premiere tonight on ZOOM:

Monday Sep 20, 2021

Man, I miss Chris Lee. He was the best live guitarist during the heyday of the mid 2000's 93.3 WMMR Local Shots scene. We talk like old men for a bit, reminiscing about the past before we dissect what music means to us in 2021. TUNE IN!  

Monday Sep 13, 2021

I got my front teeth knocked out when I was ten years old. For the last 31 years, I've dealt with dental PTSD. Recently, I found a dentist that really puts me at ease. Dr. Kenny Hobbs comes on the podcast to discuss dentistry, cavities, oral hygiene horror stories, baby teeth and more! TUNE IN! Book him today!

Sunday Aug 22, 2021

Hear a personal story of how Covid-19 interrupted my family vacation. 

Friday Aug 13, 2021

Kevin Tierney (More Than The Curve) and I chat about proof of vaccination, chicken sandwiches and more.

Sunday Jul 11, 2021

I shoot the shit with some friends for thirty. 

Thursday Jul 01, 2021

Philadelphia writing/producing duo, Rubber, creates a complex soundscape combining R&B, Funk, and Soul, but maintaining that hot-pink, dynamic feeling of pop music, anthemic and universal. Their live show is a unique combination of bass-driven grooves and vocal acrobatics.

Monday Jun 28, 2021

Justin is a guitarist based out of the northeastern USA. He is fortunate to tour the country and make music with all kinds of incredibly talented individuals.  Justin has been featured in national publications such as Rolling Stone, Relix, and Guitar Player Magazine. 

Sunday Jun 20, 2021

Check out The Rob Tait Band performing this summer! We had a great time chatting about a plethora of subjects that will appeal to the artist within. Enjoy!  6/26  Reading Distilling Guild, Reading PA 7pm-10pm 7/2 Lansdale's First Fridays, Lansdale, PA 6:30PM-9PM

Thursday Jun 17, 2021

Monday Jun 14, 2021

Over the pandemic, I allowed Spotify to take over my life. During the course of its audio dominance, I discovered an amazing band from Los Angeles called DE LUX. I love their music so much and their vibe speaks volumes to the way I wanna feel daily. (ALIVE) Please download their music and visit them on social media. Oh, and crazy coincidence. Sean used to practice at Bob's Disco House in Glendale, California. Small world. TUNE IN!

Wednesday Jun 09, 2021

Tuesday Jun 01, 2021

Some of you told me you like the solo podcasts... Here ya go.

Monday May 24, 2021

Trav makes me laugh. We talk about all sorts of shit. Tune in.

Saturday May 15, 2021

Jodi Lukens Griffis is running for the Magisterial District Judge position in Plymouth Township and the West side of Conshohocken this upcoming Tuesday! She has my vote. Take a listen and find out why.

Saturday May 15, 2021

Talented writer and verbal soothsayer, Nick Gregorio returns to the Lounge for an explosive hour-long chat about current events, pop culture and the human condition. 

Wednesday May 12, 2021

Frances J. Januzelli 1922 - 2021 Thank you for believing in me.

Monday May 03, 2021

John Gilbride returns to talk about his upcoming live album and concert film.

Sunday Apr 25, 2021

Jamie Victor (Alright Junior) blew me away the first time I saw him perform almost sixteen years ago. An amazing musician and graphic artist who always brings a smile to my face. TUNE IN!

Monday Apr 19, 2021

Landall Goolsby, actor, has appeared in Marvel's Agents of Shield, Longmire, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Eye and much more! We chat about how our childhood influences have taken over pop-culture, Hollywood today, The Snyder cut, Disney+ and more! Tune in!

Monday Apr 12, 2021

Sara from 93.3 WMMR stops into the Lounge for a great conversation about rock and roll. Truly was a pleasure to have the music maven as our guest! TUNE IN.

Monday Apr 05, 2021

The mayor of Bridgeport, the extremely friendly former Panera Bread co-worker, Mark Barbee returns to the Lounge for a wonderful podcast that explores the human condition as it relates to politics.

Monday Mar 29, 2021

Judah Kim, Kevin Cox, Isaac Windle, Jon McNally and I (Judah Kim & The Assassination) reunite and share a few laughs together. Also, Judah didn't know about the reunion, we surprised him. TUNE IN.

Monday Mar 15, 2021

Brett Talley's new album "NONLINEAR" is out now. He stops into the Lounge with his drummer, Jason Miraglia, to chat about recording, performing live and much more! Fun podcast!

Monday Mar 08, 2021

Ryan Lambert played “Rudy” in the film, “The Monster Squad”, a 1987 American comedy-horror film that has resonated with me for over 30 years. So it was truly a pleasure when I sat down with my favorite character from the film for an insightful podcast. We talk about Ryan’s audition for the role, our mutual love for music and the performing arts and much more. Turns out, we had a lot in common! Thanks to Lisa Cione for putting us in touch. 

Monday Mar 01, 2021

The Mayor of Conshy stops into the Lounge to chat about his upcoming re-election, deconstructing social-divide and bringing people together. We also nerd out about movies, screenplay writing and more. I BELIEVE IN YANIV ARONSON 2021.  

Tuesday Feb 23, 2021

Zil Fessler (Rusted Root, Pepper's Ghost), Paul Keen (Pawnshop Roses), Brynn Bailey (Legacy Lens Productions), Brian Weaver (We Are Harlot, Silvertide) and Nick Perry (Silvertide, Sinai, Perry Farrell's Satellite Party, Nick Perry & The Underground Thieves) podcast with me before heading out on tour. If you love music, this episode is for you.

Monday Feb 22, 2021

Andre Gower played "Sean Crenshaw" in the film, "THE MONSTER SQUAD", a 1987 American comedy horror film that influenced me greatly. In the years since its release, it has become a cult-classic among fans around the world. I have seen this film over fifty times and it continues to be a major source of inspiration in my life. In 2018, Gower directed and co-produced "WOLFMAN'S GOT NARDS", a documentary that explores the movie's impact over the last 30 years.  I was humbled, honored and unbelievably stoked to have a conversation with one of my childhood idols. Check out the documentary here:  

Friday Feb 19, 2021

My favorite Philly band returns to the Lounge to cheer me up. Check them out here:  

Monday Feb 15, 2021

One of the best podcasts ever. I usually don't say that, but it's true. John Gilbride enters the Lounge for a thoughtful conversation about the music biz, life after death, Brundlefly and more.  Check him out here:

Friday Feb 05, 2021

Ronald Smith enters the Lounge to educate The Bobcast about Rotary Club. What is it? What is its purpose? Find out more by visiting the link below:  

Friday Jan 22, 2021

An acoustic guitar and a looper pedal began Katie Miller’s 2016 project, Kate Dressed Up. The indie rock (with a hint of folk thrown in) solo artist has spent the last few years cultivating her passion. A singer, instrumentalist, lyricist and producer, Miller has created a space in which Kate Dressed Up thrives. Our podcast together manifested big ideas that can help create a better world. I really enjoyed this philosophical chat. TUNE IN.

Friday Jan 15, 2021

Butch Coll returns to the Lounge to chat about Conshy, Quarantine life, Catman's Lane & more. 

Sunday Jan 10, 2021


Friday Jan 08, 2021

It's not too often you get to be in the presence of 3 BOBS. Bob Gilroy and Bob Maxion join me from THE RED BARONS to discuss their new single, "DON'T CALL THE COPS ON MY PARTY." We talk about the fundamental differences between ROB & BOB, cops showing up at parties, Nirvana and more. TUNE IN.  

Wednesday Dec 30, 2020

Harold James, owner of Makosh clothing brand, steps into the Lounge to chat about 2020, medical marijuana, the future and more! TUNE IN.

Saturday Dec 26, 2020

In an alternate universe, Jamiroquai and Alanis Morissette had a child and named her Maggie Mae. She grew up right, making music that was both insightful and funky. Today, in this plane of existence, she enters the Lounge to chat about noisy neighbors, chakras and more! TUNE IN. Maggie Mae:  photo © Chris Sikich

Saturday Dec 19, 2020

Boba Swet returns to the Lounge to chat about Season 2 of THE MANDALORIAN.

Friday Dec 18, 2020

Philadelphia legends John Faye & Brett Talley re-enter the Lounge to chat about The Caulfields, Christmas movies, live music and more. TUNE IN!  

Friday Dec 11, 2020

I test a married couple's trivia knowledge of Christmas. TUNE IN!

Friday Dec 04, 2020

Fellow PW graduate, Christian Johnson returns to the Lounge with his band to discuss creating music, Covid-19, potential employment, Led Zeppelin and more. Check out HEX ENGINE's music below:  

Friday Nov 20, 2020

Walt is hands down, one of the most down to earth musicians I know. It was a pleasure to chat with him once again in support of his new single, "WAY BACK HOME". Hear us wax nostalgic on Silvertide, Kevin Pride from Townhall, Batman, Volkswagens and more. TUNE IN.

Tuesday Nov 17, 2020

It's hard making friends as an adult. Luckily for me, I had the pleasure of meeting Richard Dean years ago at Comics and More, he returns to chat about Superman, Covid-19, literature, Ireland and more! Tune in...

Monday Nov 16, 2020

Talented Josh Stein enters the Lounge for a great conversation about live shows in the post Covid-19 world, Led Zeppelin, Ween, messing up onstage, LCD Soundsystem and more! I'm sorry about the audio. I used the wrong headphones! The microphone rubs up on my jacket! This chat was too good not to publish. Enjoy.

Friday Nov 06, 2020

Former student, Michael Stingle enters the Lounge with his band, MIGHTY JOE CASTRO AND THE GRAVAMEN. I had a great time discussing live music, set-list creation and rockabilly.  Check out this link: BIO: Based out of Philadelphia, PA, Mighty Joe Castro and the Gravamen is the latest musical project from accomplished collage artist and musician Joe Castro (ex-The Situation, The Lift Up, Nero /OPF). Heavily influenced by the sound of rockabilly as well as ‘50s rock-n-roll and doo-wop, the band takes that vintage rock and roll sound but updates it with a modern lyrical approach and a healthy dose of post-modern guitar effects. Consider it a house that resides at the cross roads where Sun Records and Creation Records meet. The Gravamen were formed after doghouse bassist H00V3r reached out to Castro about forming a new band. H00V3r enlisted Dallas, his band mate in Philadelphia punk rock stalwarts Thorazine, to play drums and later found hot-shot lead guitarist Michael Stingle floating around Mount Airy. The full band held it’s first practice together in January 2018 and shortly after recorded their debut EP, Wake Up, You’re Rockin’! that May with Grammy nominate producer Jim Salamone at Cambridge Sound Studios in South Philadelphia. The 4 song EP was released in July of 2018, followed by a limited edition vinyl 7” release in October 2018. According to Joe Castro: “We define ourselves as a rockabilly band because the term rock and roll these days has become so broad that it’s completely meaningless. But I consider us to be a rock-n-roll band in the truest sense of the word, in the tradition of the pioneers of the genre like Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Bo Diddley and Johnny Burnette. My Dad grew up in Brookyln in the’ 50s, and would tell me stories about going to the Alan Freed shows at the Paramount and seeing Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly. As a kid, those guys were legends to me. Couple that with being taken to the drive-in to see films like American Hot Wax, American Graffiti and Grease – that beat was in my ears from a very early age. It’s in my blood. I’ve always loved it.” Influences include Sun Records, Stray Cats, The Cramps, Buddy Holly and Richie Valens, combined with elements of punk and shoegaze with a lyrical influence of Morrissey, Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Bob Dylan. Mighty Joe Castro is an accomplished Philadelphia based collage artist, musician and graphic designer. His work has been shown in galleries and art spaces across the United States, Canada and Europe and featured in numerous books and magazines including The Age of Collage (Gestalten), Glamour, GQ Style, Arkitip and The Baffler. They have been described as “a controlled explosion, aggressive and pensive (Kolaj Magazine)” and “bold and diverse… one of those collage artists whose works you recognize immediately… (” He is a signature member of the National Collage Society. For more information, visit

Saturday Oct 31, 2020

Today on a very special Halloween episode of The Bobcast, my old pal DidgeriDrew and I travel to Centralia, Pennsylvania to investigate the abandoned town and infamous Graffiti Highway.  

Wednesday Oct 21, 2020

Mark Voger returns to the Lounge to talk about his new book, "HOLLY JOLLY: CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS PAST IN POP CULTURE", an amazing collection of holiday inspired art; featuring choice selections from magazines, periodicals, comics, toys and more. Hear us wax nostalgia on Charles Dickens, Boris Karloff and our chance encounter almost 30 years ago.  Purchase his book here: Check out his website here:  

Friday Oct 16, 2020

Coop a Loop enters the Lounge to chat with B.o.B about bass guitar, cruise ships, gear, Nirvana and more. Featuring a live four song set with tunes off his brand new album! Listen here:

Friday Oct 09, 2020

Ultra MK and I discuss how a fly came into creation that changed the world, law of attraction, Ace Ventura and more. 

Friday Oct 02, 2020

Friday Sep 25, 2020

Thursday Sep 17, 2020


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