This week on The Sound of Young America: two guys I’ve always wanted to have on the show.
Chuck Klosterman is one of America’s funniest and most perceptive writers on popular culture. His best-selling books “Fargo Rock City,” “Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs,” and most recently “Killing Yourself to Live” are favorites for hipsters across the nation. We talk with Chuck about what rock journalism means to him, and how he deals with being a grown-up who cares about music like an 18-year-old.
Dave Foley is one of our finest comic actors. He co-founded the Kids in the Hall, whose television show re-introduced weirdness into the world of sketch comedy. Shortly thereafter, he landed the lead role in Newsradio, one of the finest sitcoms of the 1990s. Lately, he’s made a living hosting a celebrity poker show as well as acting and writing. Believe it or not, he’s a Sound of Young America listener.
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