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Ian Strong is a musician, former professional wrestler, world traveler, amateur stand-up comedian, and huge Atlanta Braves fan. Hear the amazing stories that he and the people he met along the way have to share from their entertaining careers, shows, and more including music that Ian personally records every instrument for every episode! Look for new, feature episodes every other Monday and catch a bonus episode every month where Ian tells you the story of a trip that he commemorated by buyi ...
 
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In today's volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls the trip he took on his 35th birthday with his friend Lydia to see the Braves play the Yankees in Yankee Stadium while doing some other things in "The Big Apple:" including touring Yankee Stadium, visiting Madamme Tussaudo's in Times Square, attempting to re-visit the same fire house used in th…
 
As Ian announced on the last episode, he will be among the comics performing next Wednesday, April 20th at the Harrisburg Comedy Zone as part of their monthly "Sh*t in a Hat" show where the audience submits topic ideas for jokes that are pulled at random while the comics are on stage. Today, Ian chats with the host of the show :stand-up comedian an…
 
Despite the very real threat to a 2022 Major League Baseball season, a new collective bargaining agreement between MLB and the players union was reached, ending a 99-day lockout and guaranteeing a full 162-game season. Ian welcomes back his good friend and former sports broadcaster for WINK-104, WITF-TV, and PCN: Mark Shuey to break down every face…
 
In this month's bonus episode, "Shot Glass Diaries" concludes last month's volume in which Ian spent a week in Iceland in 2018. In part two, Ian and his friend Lydia go on a walking food tour of the Icelandic capital city of Reykjavik, learning some of the culture and history of the island while sampling some amazing food, as well as visited a toy …
 
With Wrestlemania season around the corner, one of the often debated topics surrounding the mega-wrestling event is the WWE's annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony and it's inductees. Today, Ian and his panel consisting of the co-hosts of the "Falls Count Anywhere with Youngblood and Manny" podcast, Brandon Youngblood and Manny Santiago, as well a…
 
Last year, Ian was joined by his most knowledgeable friends when it came to football to recap the season before previewing Super Bowl 55. Now, JB, Phil, and Dan are back to recap this year's football season by talking about Super Bowl 56, the World Champion Los Angeles Rams and how their victory may or may not effect the legacy of quarterback Matt …
 
In this month's bonus episode, "Shot Glass Diaries" returns as Ian tells part one of a two volume story concluding his 2018 European vacation with his friend Lydia in Iceland. During the first few days of the last week of their vacation, Ian and Lydia sampled some of the beautiful views and tastes of the area during a day trip to the Blue Lagoon ou…
 
Since he was last on the show in November of 2020, Brad Gilmore continues to be one of the busiest men in entertainment and he catches Ian up on all the things he's been up to in that time: continuing to put out episodes of "Back to the Future: The Podcast," "The Hall of Fame Podcast" with 2-time WWE Hall of Famer, Booker T, the re-release of his b…
 
Last time Ian had the band Suicide Puppets on the show back in August of 2021, they had just announced that they were going on their first major tour in support of Soulfly. Now, Jonny Suicide returns with (making his first podcast appearance) guitar player Tattuicide to talk about the tour, what they've learned about being a touring band and share …
 
In today's volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls his first trip with his late wife Amy as part of her extended family's annual vacation at the Jersey Shore: offering up suggestions on where to get a giant slice of pizza, recalling a run-in with some cast members of MTV's "Jersey Shore," a drunken night of high-fiving, tab paying, getting lost…
 
Ian chats with the host of the "Traumahood" podcast, Dominique George about her beginnings in podcasting with her husband (and friend of the show) Pat George as part of their "Gross Domesticated Podcast;" the concept, naming, and process behind starting her own mental health-centric "Traumahood" podcast, her willingness to be open and honest about …
 
Strong Words is back for the first episode of 2022 with comedian and podcaster Charles Baynard, whom Ian has become friends with since appearing at open mics for comedy in the central Pennsylvania area. They discuss Charles' funny scenario which led to him doing comedy for the first time, bombing experiences, hecklers, fast food do's and don'ts, hi…
 
In this featured volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian invites on a guest to help him tell the story of a 2015 trip where they went to a Foo Fighters concert in Washington DC for the 4th of July. After going down a day early to sightsee, the all day concert put on by the Foo Fighters at RFK Stadium to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary as well as …
 
In this volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls the final leg of his 2013 Californian honeymoon with his late wife Amy in San Diego, California. After driving there from LA, the honeymooners spent the last few days of their trip enjoying their honeymoon suite, some time at Mission Beach (including a run-in with a VERY creepy store owner), a tri…
 
The very popular "Ranking Roundtable" segment returns as Ian and a group of panelists discuss and rank the five movies by the Broken Lizard comedy troupe: "Super Troopers," "Club Dread," "Beerfest," "The Slammin' Salmon," and "Super Troopers 2." The panel (made up of Baby Mermaid Productions' Pat George, "Captain Awesome" Dan Freet, "Professor" Pau…
 
Ian speaks with former catcher and now coach of the 2021 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves Eddie Perez in a return to the popular segment from earlier this year: Profiles in Immigration. After talking about the amazing season that saw the Braves win the World Series, as well as his role with the team as a coach, Ian asks Eddie about his journey …
 
In this volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls a day trip that he took with his friend Lydia during their European vacation to Brussels, Belgium. Among the activities they participated in while in the city for the day, they participated in a waffle making workshop, walking food tour, and sampled some of the history, views, and architecture....…
 
Now that the World Series has concluded and the Atlanta Braves are champions of the 2021 MLB season, Ian is ready to talk baseball with Mark Shuey, the former sports broadcaster for WITF-TV, PCN, and WINK 104. In this episode, Ian and Mark will discuss and recall the biggest stories on and off the field, revisit their pre-season division winner pre…
 
Coming off of last years very successful and personal "Mental Health Awareness with Tish and Peach" episode, Ian invites back mental-health professional and friend, Tish Weikel to discuss sobriety, substance abuse, and addiction awareness: topics which Tish has personal and professional experience. Through Tish's experiences with clients and loved …
 
In today's volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian pulls out one of (if not) his favorite shot glasses in his entire collection that he's had for almost 20 years and tells the story of visiting Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia with his then girlfriend's family. Along with providing some points of interests if you ever choose to go, Ian also shares a lot…
 
"Daunting" Dave Sharpe and "Captain Awesome" Dan Freet return to conclude their discussion and fill out the rest of their rankings with Ian for all 23 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In part two, they pick up right were they left off last episode by breaking down all of the movies from phase three: beginning with Captain America: Civil War…
 
In a discussion that some of you have been asking for, the Fab Three ASSEMBLE to break down, discuss, and individually rank all 23 movies in the first three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In part one of this two-episode conversation, "Daunting" Dave Sharpe (and his 30+ years experience working in the comic book industry, including for Mar…
 
In this volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian anecdotes a collection of stories from the closest major city to his home, Philadelphia. Included are some tales of going to some WWE, Ring of Honor, and TNA wrestling shows, some Phillies games at Veterans Stadium and Citizen's Bank Park, seeing some great concerts featuring bands like Volbeat, The Red H…
 
Strong Words with Ian Strong is celebrating TWO years of episodes! Thanks to all of you for making this little show of mine so meaningful and special. To say thanks, I’m turning the tables and letting YOU ask ME the questions in an episode where I invited you to #AMA “Ask Me Anything.” And boy have you all responded with some great questions that I…
 
Ian invites back one of his oldest friends from high school, Phil Keeling to talk about some of the entertaining things he's been up to since his last appearance on the show over a year and a half ago: including recently wrapping up acting in a stage production of the popular "Glengarry Glenn Ross," expanding more on his work as a writer for WineFo…
 
In this volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," the most recent addition to the collection, Ian recalls a trip he went on at the end of June to Tampa, Florida to visit one of his oldest friends: Mitch Coleman as a surprise for his 40th birthday. Although Mitch's wife couldn't keep the secret, that turned out to be a good thing as they went all over Florida…
 
In this episode, Ian brings on one of his good friends, Lindsey MacDonell on to settle the debate between two similar, often compared, and (mostly) universally loved shows: The Office and Parks and Recreation. Since Lindsey and Ian are enormous fans of BOTH shows, they settle the debate by discussing 11 different facets of the shows (including whic…
 
For the first time in over a year, Ian sits down with his friends Jonny Suicide and Veritas of the band Suicide Puppets to catch everyone up on what the band has been up to and share some exciting news: from winning their 2nd consecutive CPMA for "Best Metal Band;" announcing new endorsement deals and brand ambassadorships; to their biggest piece o…
 
Ian sits down with comedian, podcaster, and host of the YouTube show "Hacks Comedy Golf," John Montague (That's Montag said; Montague spelled) to talk about all of the funny and creative content he's been creating. Among the topics discussed, John shares his beginnings in stand-up, his style of comedy, bombing experiences, meeting "Strong Words" al…
 
In this short and sweet volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian tells the story of a day trip he took in late June 2019 to see the Braves take on the New York Mets at Citi Field in Flushing, NY. Despite a thrilling ballgame that was decided in the late innings, this trip also includes a traffic delay, weather delay, highway singalong to System of a Dow…
 
"Captain Awesome" Dan Freet, the other half of the musical-comedy duo Awesomely Strong, is back to watch a movie with Ian for the first time since last year when they watched "Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny" on the show. This time, they're watching another movie with Jack Black: "Saving Silverman." Watch along with Ian and Dan as they provide y…
 
In this special, featured edition of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian invites the best man from his wedding, Mike Cook on to the show. In what was just going to be the story of the two of them attending the Colts vs. Ravens 2013 Wild Card Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium in Cook's hometown of Baltimore, Ian and Cook also reminisce about some other times t…
 
In this month's volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls the weekend he spent with his then girlfriend, Abby at Penn State University where she was going to school back in 2006. During this weekend trip, they toured the campus of one of the oldest schools in the country, sampled some of the treats and nightlife that the town has to offer, and to…
 
The very popular "Ranking Roundtable" segment returns to the show as Ian and a group of panelists and contributors rank and discuss a collection in entertainment; this time focusing on the ten studio albums released by Metallica. Ian welcomes frequent contributors "Captain Awesome" Dan Freet, "Daunting" Dave Sharpe, Professor Paul Miller as well as…
 
In this episode, Ian chats with singer/songwriter and guitar player Tyler Ransom about the documentary "In The Shed," for which his life so far is the focus. Among the topics they discuss are his musical influences, writing, composing, and collaborating, the book he co-authored when he was 16, earning a blue belt in Brazillian Ju-Jitsu and getting …
 
In this monthly edition of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls the first leg of the final road trip that he took with his late wife, Amy, in 2016. While going to St. Louis to catch the Atlanta Braves play the Cardinals in Busch Stadium, they also got to experience a bird's eye view of the city by going to the top of the famous Gateway Arch, sample so…
 
In this fun and uncensored (for the first time on Strong Words) conversation, Ian talks with WWE Hall of Famer, 3-time World Champion, and founder/CEO of DDPY: "Diamond" Dallas Page. After sharing a story of the time they met in 2017, Ian and Dallas talk about health (both mental and physical), grieving, and more including stories from his AWA and …
 
Ian sits down with comedian, podcaster, and podcast producer Pat George, whom you may remember as being a panelist on the View Askewniverse edition of "Ranking Roundtable" back in December. In this conversation, Ian asks Pat about growing up in Florida before moving to Pennsylvania and why, getting into standup comedy, who his influences are, and w…
 
In this monthly edition of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian concludes his story of the Netherlands facet of his European vacation in 2018 with his friend Lydia by picking up right where he left off last month. After leaving the B&B in Northern Holland, Lydia and Ian spent the rest of their time in the Netherlands at The Toren, a 5-star hotel in downtown A…
 
In a new segment being introduced to the show in an effort to eliminate the negative stigmas centered around the word "immigrant," Ian sits down with a friend of his from Bavaria, Germany, Ülli Wohlfahrt, who is currently living in America because of a work visa.. In this conversation, Ian learns what Ülli does for a living, why Americans don't cal…
 
With the 2021 Major League Baseball season kicking off this Thursday, Ian brings back his friend, Mark Shuey, the former sports broadcaster for WINK-104, WITF-TV, and PCN to catch up on all the biggest news from baseball's offseason. From managerial changes, free agent signings, contract extensions, rule changes, to the Hall of Fame announcement of…
 
In this monthly edition of "Shot Glass Diaries" too big to be told in one volume, Ian tells the story of the first part of his 2018 European vacation with his friend, Lydia, to The Netherlands. While they began their trip staying at a bed and breakfast twenty minutes from downtown Amsterdam taking in the windmills and other sights, sounds, and tast…
 
For the first time since August of last year, Ian is reuniting the "Fab Three" as Marvel/DC comic book letterer extraordinaire, Dave Sharpe, and "Captain Awesome" Dan Freet return to the show to break down all of the Spider-Man feature films and discuss their individual rankings of the films. Along with breaking down the Sam Raimi Trilogy, Mark Web…
 
In this amazing interview, Ian chats with actor, director, podcaster, and author Brianne Davis, whom you may have seen in films or TV shows like "Jarhead," "True Blood," "Sinister," "Desperate Housewives," or "Six." After discussing some of her career on the big and small screen, including what her standards are for doing nudity on film, Brianne ta…
 
Ian chats with actor and director Andre Gower, best known for playing "Sean" in the 1987 cult classic and one of Ian's favorite movies as a kid: "The Monster Squad." Ian and Andre discuss the making of the film, how Andre felt about being cast as "Sean" after auditioning for the part of "Rudy," his relationship with some of the members of the cast,…
 
In this volume of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian recalls the first leg of his Californian honeymoon with his late wife, Amy, as they spent four days in San Francisco California. After telling the hilarious story of how he almost didn't make it on the plane, Ian talks about flying on Virgin Airlines and staying at the famous Fairmont before checking out …
 
Just like "Inside the NFL" has a JB and Phil, this episode also has a JB and Phil as Jason "JB" Black, Phil Daneker, and "Captain Awesome" Dan Freet join Ian to talk football for the first time on the show. After discussing what they learned from the 2020 season, the crew breaks down every team in the NFL as they discuss what went right, what went …
 
Ian sits down with stand-up comedian and podcaster, Brandon Youngblood. After meeting him while doing stand-up and being a guest on Brandon's "Falls Count Anywhere" podcast with Brandon's co-host and "Strong Words" alumni: Manny Santiago, Ian asks Brandon what got him into doing comedy, creating content, and staying creative while not being able to…
 
In this monthly, bonus edition of the show, "Shot Glass Diaries" returns as Ian tells the story of a packed weekend he spent in Atlanta, Georgia in April of 2017. After explaining how anxious he was to take the first solo trip of his life and his first trip since his wife passed away, Ian talks about getting off the plane and going straight to a bo…
 
In this first edition of "Settling the Debate," Ian invites his friend, band mate, and comic book letterer extraordinaire, Dave Sharpe back to the show as the two of them decide the legitimacy of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. After learning how the Hall was founded, why it's located in Cleveland, and how inductees are decided, Ian and Dave discus…
 
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