On this Halloween episode, Juliette experiences the real-life horror of Las Vegas flashing, severed limb clauses, an obstinate carny, sadistic skin punching, and a questionable blonde named Clarissa … All while drinking Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage bourbon.
Juliette is joined by singer-songwriter Don McLean on this interview episode. Don discusses the 45th anniversary of his iconic song, American Pie; recalls the turbulence of the 60s; and considers the changing landscape of music, society, and politics. Drink of choice: Jefferson’s Rye Whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette’s driveway drinking is interrupted by a four-legged intruder, people generally suck, the dickhead spectrum gets heavy, layers are shed, and a weekend getaway goes south thanks to dragon’s breath coffee and the Pinball Wizard. Drink of choice is Henry McKenna 10-year bourbon.
On this episode, Juliette combats bullying, shops for hillbilly treasures, locks eyes with a retail Nazi, throws out a few slugs, appreciates hedonism, evaluates her blood-alcohol content, and steps out with a whole new sweaty funk … All while drinking Belle Meade bourbon.
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On this episode, Juliette realizes when she is not at her best, falls victim to the rainbow connection, details the horrors of Hollywood, finds a funky sandwich, discovers her guy has super powers, and has a stingray incident ... all while drinking Town Branch rye whiskey.
Three legendary country artists come together for this interview episode: TG Sheppard, Janie Fricke, and Joey Canyon. From stories about Elvis to singing with George Jones and Lynn Anderson, this episode showcases the best of traditional country music and how Joey Canyon is bringing it back to the mainstream with his cable series The Joey Canyon Show. This episode is best enjoyed with a glass of whiskey. Juliette's "unconventional" choice is Clyde May's Alabama-stlyle whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette celebrates bourbon heritage month by telling the story of an unfortunate driveway drinking episode, dismisses a neighborhood imp, regrets giving away her phone number, and experiences a drug addled exorcism... all while drinking Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Juliette gets extra feisty on this episode and objects to a hipster bar, breaks out her emergency bourbon, gets sucked into a furry throng, respects the alligator, and calculates girl math in attempt to prevent a magical disaster ... All while drinking Old Weller Antique bourbon.
On this back to school-inspired episode, Juliette recalls the horrific consequences of a bad first kiss, creates a fake boyfriend, longs to be a part of the cool crowd, and takes shortcut to delinquency … All while drinking Widow Jane bourbon whiskey.
It’s the one-year anniversary of The Unwritable Rant! Juliette celebrates with her favorite bourbon from the past year, meets The Count, ponders a penetrating question, goes on a joyride, and revels in magical healing powers. Bonus outtakes and bloopers prove Juliette isn’t as ladylike as she’d like to think.
Legendary comic Reverend Bob Levy joins host Juliette Miranda to discuss his 25-year career in broadcasting and comedy. Levy is known for his work with Howard Stern, as co-host on the Miserable Men show, and regular guest on the Opie & Anthony show. He currently hosts The Bob Levy show on the Radio Misfits network. Listen closely to this interview, you may just hear the spark of a genius – or insane – idea... all while drinking Wild Turkey.
Country music legend Charlie Daniels joins host Juliette Miranda to discuss the Million Mile Reflections exhibition, being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Bob Dylan, his new cowboy-inspired album, and the latest news on his book. Juliette's drink of choice: Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select.
On this episode, Juliette find an unlikely surprise in a Tiffany box, learns sociopathic tendencies, and takes on Nashville the hard way... All while drinking a Paloma cocktail.
Juliette tests her culinary skills, hotwires a curling iron, puts Scrabble skills to mischievous use, and watches her town hit the brink of insanity… All while drinking Angel’s Envy bourbon.
On this episode, Juliette identifies a harbinger, knows her cheese, visits a truck stop, buys fireworks from a carny, and almost dies on a beach ... All while drinking Elijah Craig small batch bourbon.
On this episode, Juliette speaks with rock legend Chuck Negron. Chuck discusses his current tour and album, the ups and downs of Three Dog Night, his battle with drugs and living clean for 25 years, and shares stories he admits have never been told before.
On this special episode, Juliette shares her favorite clips of celebrity interviews, stories behind the interviews, archived segments never heard before, and some behind the scenes talk with the guests.
On this episode, Juliette reveals who won the creepy neighbor bet and why and celebrates the 4th of July early with pyrotechnic mayhem, all while drinking Corazon Blanco tequila.
On this episode, Juliette gets saved on Twitter, goes to a strip club with Jackass on her birthday, and has a charity fail, all while drinking Jim Beam Jacob's Ghost moonshine.
On this episode, Juliette heads to New Orleans, visits a dive bar, shares the legend of NOLA's greatest love story, and encounters a few ghosts, all while drinking an Irish Spring cocktail with Jameson whiskey.
On this episode, Juliette speaks with country music singer/songwriter Phil Vassar. Phil discusses his new web series, "Songs From the Cellar," talks about his American Soul tour, and offers insight into his new album and the current state of country music. This interview is all about #NoPHILter!
On this episode, Juliette lives up to the stereotype "bad female driver," discovers a pool of mushy goo, and finds herself in the middle of a New Orleans bar fight, all while drinking Ragtime Rye whiskey (though what she really wanted was a Vieix Carre).
On this episode, Juliette talks with Bobby Slayton. Known as the Pitbull of Comedy, Bobby has been performing stand-up for 40 years. He discusses his start in comedy, the influence of comedians like Richard Lewis and Robert Klein, and his role in the new Woody Allen show for Amazon.
On this episode, Juliette talks to comedian Steve "Mudflap" McGrew. The hellbent southern gent has being doing stand-up for more than 30 years, and shares his experiences breaking into comedy, touring as the opener for Dolly Parton, working in radio, and his views on the current state of country music and comedy.
On this episode, Juliette sinks her teeth into love, meets a young Jedi, learns piano the hard way, and gives cover bands some helpful tips.