Another week in quarantine means a brand new episode of the Real Life Podcast is here to try and keep you entertained for an hour while trying to ignore the real world. This week, the guys looked at podcast game, Live Nation’s new cancellation policy, fanless sporting events, and a lot more.
To kick off this week’s podcast, the guys started with a look at Chalmers’ brush with fame after he had a back and forth with a listener that recognized his name through email. While the story itself was majorly random, it was a confirmation that there are actually people that listen to this show despite the complete and total lack of format and consistency. Changing gears, Wanye told the story of Live Nation changing their cancellation policy for events affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and how one of the world’s biggest event promotors believes that there won’t be any events until the fall of 2021. Basically, according to some of the higher-ups in management at Live Nation, the company doesn’t foresee mass gatherings for concerts or events for a long, long time. Looking at how that affects sports, the guys then discussed whether or not they’ll have an easier time getting back underway seeing as they could play games with no fans in the building. Getting away from the negativity brought by world events, the boys discussed how they’re spending their free time and what they’re doing to combat the boredom. Finally, the boys finished up this week’s podcast by answering a few listener questions which will be a recurring segment at the end of Monday’s shows.
Listen to this week’s podcast below:
- Episode 172: Gretzky vs Ovechkin and the all-McDavid team
- Episode 171: Easter Weekend, Words with Friends, and Lucid Dreams
- Episode 170: Coffee, Biker Beef, and Tom Brady
- Episode 169: No Vest for Eric Clapton and Farewell Rexall Place
- Episode 168: NationBeer sells out, Tiger King fallout, and home haircuts
- Episode 167: Nation Beer, Tiger King, and the NHL Playoffs