Jeff Roney – Host
A 40-something husband, Award-Winning Content Creator, Writer (stories, comedy, etc), Stand Up Comedian, Voice Actor, Audio Drama Director and Producer, Social Media Dude, Star Wars (not prequel trilogy, really)/Classic Movie/Spielberg/Hitchcock/Great Stories fan, Eclectic music lover (U2, Frank Sinatra, John Williams, Bryan Duncan, Earth Wind and Fire, Wagner, I could keep going, but we don’t have all day), Got engaged at Disneyland (Where we also had our first date, too btw), Lost and Once Upon a Time fan, tenacious podcaster and blogger with a wish to spread love and share TV geekery around the world.
Colleen Roney – Co-Host
Married to the the above Host. :This place will expand when she writes it:
Bob Crissman – OUAT Soundtrack Analysis/Reviewer
Bob Crissman’s love of music began all the way back in Middle School when he informed his Jazz Ensemble instructor that he was going to be a music teacher as a profession. Little did he know he was foretelling the future. Bob’s love for music continued through High School as members of the nationally awarded Webster High School Marching Band and the Webster High School Show Choir. After High School, Bob joined the Cadets of Bergen County for one summer, just before attending Roberts Wesleyan College. He graduated Roberts Wesleyan with a Bachelors of Science in Music Education. After two years of searching for jobs, Bob finally found a music education job in Terry, Montana where he led an award winning Concert Band and Pep Band along with a Concert Choir, Marching Band, Elementary Classes and was the Department Chair for the music department for three years. After a job search, Bob found a job back in New York State at the Binghamton City School District for the last ten years.
Bob has taught;
the award-winning Binghamton Marching Patriots,
classroom music (which is music theory and history for middle school students), and
helps to run the sound and light boards as the technical director for productions at East Middle School.
Bob not only has a history in music, but in podcasting as well. Bob started podcasting in 2005 as he hosted his own podcast known as “The Jedi Council Speaks”. He did several interviews on other shows and podcast dramas. In 2009, Bob left his previous podcast behind in order to pursue new adventures with the GalaxyCast Podcast, part of the 2 Guys Talking Network. If you don’t find Bob podcasting or listening to music, he’s usually very busy with his own family or is behind a Mandalorian or Tie Fighter Pilot helmet as part of the Star Wars costuming community.