Now that "Top Gun: Maverick" is about to finally be released, here's the two stars of the new film back in February 2020 at the Miami Super Bowl telling Nestor and Luke all about the legacy of the film and why you need to see the original.
After 16 years with the Baltimore Ravens, punter Sam Koch retired from the NFL this week. Luke Jones and Nestor sat down for their final "Ravens Live Show" ever with No. 4 and talked about his life in the land of Big Red.
Saving communities and saving lives. The middle part of our incredible chat with Marc Weller, who is leading the charge to create Port Covington, contains some deep thoughts on the future of Baltimore and inclusiveness and 21st century neighborhoods. (And a little rye...)
The Ravens head coach begins his 14th season at the helm in Owings Mills as the team prepares for another not-so-normal training camp in the summer heat. Don, Luke and Nestor spend some time discussing leadership, Lamar Jackson and earning the right to be a Super Bowl contender.
Over the years, the local sports and rock and roll connection of Nestor and Hootie And The Blowfish has led to several visits from the boys from South Carolina via the D.C. burbs. It gives him a chance to crush them about the Redskins.
Decorated author John Feinstein joins Nestor and Don for further discussion on a recent column in The Washington Post regarding Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks dispatching with an American tradition.
Legendary Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy joins Nestor to tell the parquet magic story of his hometown, Larry Bird, Bill Walton and building the NBA in Boston Celtics green in his new book: Wish It Lasted Forever
At some point, Nestor will find the old tape of his late 1980s #AlmostFamous chat with Schenker during the "Anytime" era but this was the grown up lock back at an incredible career as a metal guitar influencer.
Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis brings Nestor some fresh air and thoughts on the departure of Big Ben in Pittsburgh and how the cities are always in battle and the rivalry never dims. Not even to watch Cincinnati.
The first firewalk was in the summer of 1994. After that, Nestor invited Robbins onto the radio show to discuss athletes and peak performers managing their state and achieving success against all odds.