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

July 28th, 2014 at 11:10 AM

This week, we have a conversation with one of the best music writers in the world—David Wild. In addition to being a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and Huffpo an authoring numerous books on musicians, he is one of the main writers on many of the biggest award shows, and he’s a regular on Adam Corolla’s podcast. His son Alec drops by as well, and clues us in on what the kids are listening to these days. Listen below

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This week, we have a conversation with one of the best music writers in the world—David Wild. In addition to being a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and Huffpo an authoring numerous books on musicians, he is one of the main writers on many of the biggest award shows, and he’s a regular on Adam Corolla’s podcast. His son Alec drops by as well, and clues us in on what the kids are listening to these days. Listen below

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July 21st, 2014 at 11:16 AM

Mark McGrath became an enourmous pop star as the lead singer and frontman of Sugar Ray. He went on to host a number of tv shows, and now he’s back on the road with Sugar Ray and curating the Under the Sun Tour, which brings lots of 90s bands back together for the first time in a long time. He’s also starring in a movie that’s about to come out. And this week on the Patcast, he talks about his path to pop stardom and how he feels about the music and entertainment industry from the 90s to right now. Listen below:

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Mark McGrath became an enourmous pop star as the lead singer and frontman of Sugar Ray. He went on to host a number of tv shows, and now he’s back on the road with Sugar Ray and curating the Under the Sun Tour, which brings lots of 90s bands back together for the first time in a long time. He’s also starring in a movie that’s about to come out. And this week on the Patcast, he talks about his path to pop stardom and how he feels about the music and entertainment industry from the 90s to right now. Listen below:

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July 17th, 2014 at 6:31 PM

#tbt to when the hilarious Ken Jeong was on Patcast

#tbt to when the hilarious Ken Jeong was on Patcast


July 16th, 2014 at 3:44 PM

Did you hear my band Train play “Angel In Blue Jeans” on the last Patcast? Listen to the full episode below:

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July 14th, 2014 at 11:39 AM

This week it’s a very special Patcast with a very special guest. This band started in San Francisco in the 90s, and has been touring the world ever since. They are also 6 of our favorite people. This podcast started a year ago. So for the one year anniversary of this podcast, our guest is Train. Listen below
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This week it’s a very special Patcast with a very special guest. This band started in San Francisco in the 90s, and has been touring the world ever since. They are also 6 of our favorite people. This podcast started a year ago. So for the one year anniversary of this podcast, our guest is Train. Listen below

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July 10th, 2014 at 5:57 PM

#tbt to when Jonathan Cain of Journey talked about his vineyard and sang “Don’t Stop Believin’” on the Patcast!

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#tbt to when Jonathan Cain of Journey talked about his vineyard and sang “Don’t Stop Believin’” on the Patcast!

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July 8th, 2014 at 3:23 PM

If you listened Travie McCoy’s episode, you heard us perform “Billionaire”. If you didn’t, you can hear it above. Listen to the full episode below:

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July 7th, 2014 at 11:23 AM

Travie McCoy started as the lead singer of the band Gym Class Heroes. He had several huge hits with them, and several huge hits on his own as a solo artist. With Gym Class still active and his solo career moving ahead at the same time, his music career has kept him very busy. This week, we talk about how he got into art and music, what he’s into now, and how he juggles having one foot in the hip hop world and one foot in the pop world at the same time. Listen below:

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Travie McCoy started as the lead singer of the band Gym Class Heroes. He had several huge hits with them, and several huge hits on his own as a solo artist. With Gym Class still active and his solo career moving ahead at the same time, his music career has kept him very busy. This week, we talk about how he got into art and music, what he’s into now, and how he juggles having one foot in the hip hop world and one foot in the pop world at the same time. Listen below:

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July 2nd, 2014 at 2:18 PM

Welcome to Part 2 of the #PergoJerryChallenge: Han Solo and the Lost Room Key.

Listen to this week’s episode with Lee Leipsner & Pete Consenza (Columbia Records Radio Promotion execs) below:

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June 30th, 2014 at 12:10 PM

Lee Leipsner and Pete Cosenza are relatively unknown outside the music industry, but within the industry, they have an important influence on the careers of many of the artists on Columbia Records. This week we sit down and talk about what it means to work in radio promotion at a major label, and we find out how Pete and Lee found success in one of the wildest and most unpredictable parts of the music industry. Listen below:

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Lee Leipsner and Pete Cosenza are relatively unknown outside the music industry, but within the industry, they have an important influence on the careers of many of the artists on Columbia Records. This week we sit down and talk about what it means to work in radio promotion at a major label, and we find out how Pete and Lee found success in one of the wildest and most unpredictable parts of the music industry. Listen below:

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