Jack Russell – January 2017

On a recent stop in Chicago, Jack takes a few minutes to chat with Mike from PSYCHO BABBLE TV. Jack Russell talks about his life’s challenges including addiction and how it led him to shooting a woman consequently leading him to an eight year prison sentence. Jack also discusses how he first knew  that he was destined to be a rock star at the age of six and mentions a book that he is currently working on titled Dancing on the Edge.

Episode 394 Musical Guests Veilside

Justine Hartel talks to Mike Preston about her enjoyment of electronic dance music and then the rock band Veilside joins them in the studio for a live musical performance and interview where they discuss their Autism Awareness Benefit. Justine visits Exxxotica 2016 in Chicago and meets up with a bunch of porn stars. Krusty the Clown also calls into the show on the celebrity hotline.

Cast & Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel

Episode 393 Psycho Babble Rock Cookout

Justine Hartel talks to Rex Damage and Glenn Gilbert of the band Prophets of Addiction about what it’s like living on the road as a rock band on tour. Mike Preston meets up with pet psychic Dante Inverness down by the lake to tell us more about how he talks to the animals. Justine spends some time chatting with adult film star Lexi Belle and Lexi clears up rumors about wanting to become a dolphin trainer. Mike talks to Lesli Sanders about song writing, sobriety, some of the other musicians he has worked with as well as his new album Reunite the Sinners.

Cast & Crew
Mike Preston
Justine Hartel
Tim Baker
Rex Damage
Glenn Gilbert
Lesli Sanders
James Hogan
Dave Patterson
April Patterson
Erika Diehl
Mark Bianchi
Jessica Edwards
Jimmy Mess
Rex Damage

Chuck Negron 2006

Mike Preston talks with Chuck Negron of the band Three Dog Night about his book which discusses losing everything he had to the struggles of addiction. Chuck managed to get sober and change his life after going through recovery. Chuck also speaks about being a part of the Musician’s Assistance Program to help other artists struggling with addiction.