Since I have a crazy schedule with my band Train, I don't really get a chance to meet new people or hang out with my friends.

I thought that a good way to do both would be to start doing a podcast called "Patcast" (appropriately so) in which I interview people and sing a song or two with them.

I hope this can help make your long car rides, commutes to work, or jogs more enjoyable.

Hosted by: Pat Monahan
Producer: Pergo
House Band: Jerry Becker

April 14th, 2014 at 11:10 AM

Bob Saget spent years being tv’s model of stable progressive parenthood in San Francisco. Now he’s the filthiest comic around. And this week on the Patcast we get to know both sides of Bob! Listen here. 

Bob Saget spent years being tv’s model of stable progressive parenthood in San Francisco. Now he’s the filthiest comic around. And this week on the Patcast we get to know both sides of Bob! Listen here


April 9th, 2014 at 12:39 PM

Did you listen to this week’s Patcast with comedian/actor Ken Jeong and his writing partner Mike O’Connell? If you can’t tell by this picture, it’s frickin hilarious. Listen here 
Also watch the video they made a while back for the song they sing on Patcast “What’s It Gonna Be?” below

Did you listen to this week’s Patcast with comedian/actor Ken Jeong and his writing partner Mike O’Connell? If you can’t tell by this picture, it’s frickin hilarious. Listen here 

Also watch the video they made a while back for the song they sing on Patcast “What’s It Gonna Be?” below


April 8th, 2014 at 2:06 PM

Anyone out there use Stitcher? You can now listen to Patcast on it! Listen to the latest episode with Ken Jeong.

Anyone out there use Stitcher? You can now listen to Patcast on it! Listen to the latest episode with Ken Jeong.


April 7th, 2014 at 10:34 AM

This week’s guest once made fun of me on national television. I’m still pretty mad about it, so I had him on the podcast to talk. Known best for his work in the Hangover movies and the television show Community, Ken Jeong has had maybe the craziest career shift in history. He tells us about that and introduces us to his friend and writing partner, Mike O’Connell, on this week’s Patcast. We also play a couple of songs, including this masterpiece that Ken and Mike wrote called “What’s It Gonna Be?”. Listen here.

This week’s guest once made fun of me on national television. I’m still pretty mad about it, so I had him on the podcast to talk. Known best for his work in the Hangover movies and the television show Community, Ken Jeong has had maybe the craziest career shift in history. He tells us about that and introduces us to his friend and writing partner, Mike O’Connell, on this week’s Patcast. We also play a couple of songs, including this masterpiece that Ken and Mike wrote called “What’s It Gonna Be?”. Listen here.


March 31st, 2014 at 2:03 PM

When you listen to Brett Dennen’s music, he comes across as sort of a laid back, easy-going hippy type of guy, which is why we never expected him to be the most sarcastic wiseass to ever appear on the podcast. This is the first time we have ever done a live podcast in front of an audience, and it comes to you from Train's Sail Across the Sun Cruise. It’s a conversation and live performance with Brett Dennen, on this week’s Patcast… Listen here.

When you listen to Brett Dennen’s music, he comes across as sort of a laid back, easy-going hippy type of guy, which is why we never expected him to be the most sarcastic wiseass to ever appear on the podcast. This is the first time we have ever done a live podcast in front of an audience, and it comes to you from Train's Sail Across the Sun Cruise. It’s a conversation and live performance with Brett Dennen, on this week’s Patcast… Listen here.


March 24th, 2014 at 10:47 AM

I’ve known Tom Arnold for years. But this week, I get to meet a few Toms I never knew. From his stand up comedy days in Minneapolis, to his writing and acting in tv and movies, his binge partying days to his getting clean and becoming a dad, Tom takes us through the crazy journey that brought him to where he is today. It’s Tom Arnold on the Patcast…Listen here
More on Tom Arnold here.

I’ve known Tom Arnold for years. But this week, I get to meet a few Toms I never knew. From his stand up comedy days in Minneapolis, to his writing and acting in tv and movies, his binge partying days to his getting clean and becoming a dad, Tom takes us through the crazy journey that brought him to where he is today. It’s Tom Arnold on the Patcast…Listen here

More on Tom Arnold here.


March 17th, 2014 at 12:15 PM

Jude toured with me back in the early days of Train. He is a great singer and songwriter with one of the craziest stories ever.  On this week’s Patcast, we get the whole story of how a label bidding war turned into a sabotage. Jude’s path has been a long and confusing one, and he shares his experience with us, and plays a new song.  Plus, for any Lost fans out there, he was half of the band Driveshaft. Listen here.

Jude toured with me back in the early days of Train. He is a great singer and songwriter with one of the craziest stories ever.  On this week’s Patcast, we get the whole story of how a label bidding war turned into a sabotage. Jude’s path has been a long and confusing one, and he shares his experience with us, and plays a new song.  Plus, for any Lost fans out there, he was half of the band Driveshaft. Listen here.


March 10th, 2014 at 12:20 PM

John Hamlin is a triple threat: he’s the brains behind the most popular shows at CMT Network, he’s a producer on 60 Minutes, and he manages the careers of musicians, including Hot Chelle Rae (hear their new song at the end). How does he find the time to do all that and still watch football? Find out here. 

John Hamlin is a triple threat: he’s the brains behind the most popular shows at CMT Network, he’s a producer on 60 Minutes, and he manages the careers of musicians, including Hot Chelle Rae (hear their new song at the end). How does he find the time to do all that and still watch football? Find out here


March 3rd, 2014 at 11:06 AM

Al Anderson, the genius guitar virtuoso behind the great NRBQ, joins me on this week’s Patcast. Hear Al talk about his 3+ decades on the road without a setlist, and his current career as a successful Nashville songwriter. We talk about his tiny guitar that he bought for 45 bucks, and wouldn’t sell for a hundred grand, and he plays the first song he ever wrote with NRBQ. Check it out! 

Al Anderson, the genius guitar virtuoso behind the great NRBQ, joins me on this week’s Patcast. Hear Al talk about his 3+ decades on the road without a setlist, and his current career as a successful Nashville songwriter. We talk about his tiny guitar that he bought for 45 bucks, and wouldn’t sell for a hundred grand, and he plays the first song he ever wrote with NRBQ. Check it out


February 24th, 2014 at 12:16 PM

Richard Marx is one sarcastic bastard, and if you’ve been listening to the Patcast for a while, you know that’s my all time favorite kind of bastard. He also happens to be a genius songwriter and an amazing singer. This week on the Patcast, Richard Marx talks songwriting, sings, and lays the sarcasm on thick. Listen here.

Richard Marx is one sarcastic bastard, and if you’ve been listening to the Patcast for a while, you know that’s my all time favorite kind of bastard. He also happens to be a genius songwriter and an amazing singer. This week on the Patcast, Richard Marx talks songwriting, sings, and lays the sarcasm on thick. Listen here.


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