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

October 20th, 2014 at 10:52 AM

If you were wondering what Pat’s favorite treadmill company is, it’s Lifefitness. Chris Clawson came from being a minor league baseball player to becoming the president of the company. Hear his story on this week’s Patcast, listen below
patcastpodcast:

Chris Clawson is the President of LifeFitness, a company that makes Pat’s all-time favorite treadmills. On this week’s Patcast, we sit down and talk to Chris about how a career in minor league baseball led to him being one of the most influential people in the fitness world today.

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If you were wondering what Pat’s favorite treadmill company is, it’s Lifefitness. Chris Clawson came from being a minor league baseball player to becoming the president of the company. Hear his story on this week’s Patcast, listen below

patcastpodcast:

Chris Clawson is the President of LifeFitness, a company that makes Pat’s all-time favorite treadmills. On this week’s Patcast, we sit down and talk to Chris about how a career in minor league baseball led to him being one of the most influential people in the fitness world today.

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October 20th, 2014 at 10:45 AM

Chris Clawson is the President of LifeFitness, a company that makes Pat’s all-time favorite treadmills. On this week’s Patcast, we sit down and talk to Chris about how a career in minor league baseball led to him being one of the most influential people in the fitness world today.

Listen on iTunes
Listen on Stitcher

Chris Clawson is the President of LifeFitness, a company that makes Pat’s all-time favorite treadmills. On this week’s Patcast, we sit down and talk to Chris about how a career in minor league baseball led to him being one of the most influential people in the fitness world today.

Listen on iTunes

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October 13th, 2014 at 10:18 AM

Lewis Black is one of our favorite comedians of all time. From his outrageous standup to his ‘Back in Black’ segments on The Daily Show, he has spent decades making people laugh and fiercely editorializing the world around us. And this week, he’s our guest on the Patcast. Listen below
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Lewis Black is one of our favorite comedians of all time. From his outrageous standup to his ‘Back in Black’ segments on The Daily Show, he has spent decades making people laugh and fiercely editorializing the world around us. And this week, he’s our guest on the Patcast. Listen below

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October 9th, 2014 at 4:02 PM

#tbt to when Butch Walker did a Patcast. Even though he was Episode 7 he actually was the first Patcast ever recorded! Listen to his new song “Chrissie Hynde” here.


October 6th, 2014 at 1:41 PM

Sammy Choi is the head of entertainment for the NFL. Anytime you hear music or see an entertainer at a football game, Sammy had something to do with it. He has a crazy job, and he’s a fascinating guy, and this week he tells his story on the Patcast. Listen below

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Sammy Choi is the head of entertainment for the NFL. Anytime you hear music or see an entertainer at a football game, Sammy had something to do with it. He has a crazy job, and he’s a fascinating guy, and this week he tells his story on the Patcast. Listen below

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September 29th, 2014 at 10:47 AM

This week on the Patcast, Jakob Dylan sits down with us to talk about his huge successes with The Wallflowers, his take on the past, present and future of music, and what it’s like to grow up around some of the most influential musicians of all time. Listen below

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This week on the Patcast, Jakob Dylan sits down with us to talk about his huge successes with The Wallflowers, his take on the past, present and future of music, and what it’s like to grow up around some of the most influential musicians of all time. Listen below

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September 22nd, 2014 at 11:08 AM

This week, it’s a 2-for-1! We talk to some of the people that helped in making Train’s new album—Bulletproof Picasso—and we sit down with Pat’s ‘Wonder What You’re Doing’ duet partner, Marsha Ambrosius, and find out how she ended up working with the biggest singers in the world. Plus, we’ll hear lots of new music from Train. It’s a making of/behind the scenes episode of the Patcast! Listen on iTunes
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This week, it’s a 2-for-1! We talk to some of the people that helped in making Train’s new album—Bulletproof Picasso—and we sit down with Pat’s ‘Wonder What You’re Doing’ duet partner, Marsha Ambrosius, and find out how she ended up working with the biggest singers in the world. Plus, we’ll hear lots of new music from Train. It’s a making of/behind the scenes episode of the Patcast! 
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September 18th, 2014 at 6:22 PM

#tbt to when Martina McBride joined the Patcast! Listen below:
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#tbt to when Martina McBride joined the Patcast! Listen below:

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September 15th, 2014 at 10:43 AM

This week on the Patcast, we sit down with Gabe Saporta, lead singer and philosopher of the band Cobra Starship. He tells us about his early days in Midtown and Humble Beginnings, and the path that led him to Cobra Starship’s electro-pop-punk sensibility. Live from New York, it’s another session of conversation and live music on this week’s Patcast.

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This week on the Patcast, we sit down with Gabe Saporta, lead singer and philosopher of the band Cobra Starship. He tells us about his early days in Midtown and Humble Beginnings, and the path that led him to Cobra Starship’s electro-pop-punk sensibility. Live from New York, it’s another session of conversation and live music on this week’s Patcast.

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September 8th, 2014 at 10:41 AM

John Fox is one of the nicest and most charismatic people in the entire NFL organization. As head coach of the Denver Broncos, he’s built a team in the mile high city that’s a serious contender and under his leadership, his team is poised for another great year. He happens to be a Train fan as well, and he came out to see us play at Red Rocks, and sat down for a conversation about football, life, and what it’s like to have one of the craziest, most stressful jobs in sports. Listen below

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John Fox is one of the nicest and most charismatic people in the entire NFL organization. As head coach of the Denver Broncos, he’s built a team in the mile high city that’s a serious contender and under his leadership, his team is poised for another great year. He happens to be a Train fan as well, and he came out to see us play at Red Rocks, and sat down for a conversation about football, life, and what it’s like to have one of the craziest, most stressful jobs in sports. Listen below

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