Sneaky Dragon’s Personal Podcast for You!

by David Dedrick on February 18, 2018

As promised, Jason Dedrick, the winner of our Personal Podcast contest, has posted our special guest episode of The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure on the website and on their iTunes feed.

The Gentlemen wrote:

What is this? Didn’t the Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure already do an Episode 42? OF course they did, but it didn’t take! There was a microphone “issue”. It was a complete disaster, but then, fate stepped in. The timeline is as follows . . .

Jan 6 – Gentleman Jason is a guest on the Sneaky Dragon podcast, episode #318. While on the podcast, the hosts David Dedrick and Ian Boothby promote their “Personal Podcast” contest.

Jan 8 – Elvis Presley’s birthday.

Jan 9 – The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure record their episode #42, “Are You Thirsty Tonight?” The “theme” is Elvis Presley inspired cocktails. They record the entire show on the wrong microphone. They do not notice.

Jan 13 – The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure’s upload day! During the upload, the error in recording is discovered. At first there is sadness followed by anger, but then . . .INSPIRATION HITS! Jason records a super short, super quick version of Episode 42, and more importantly, ENTERS the “Personal Podcast” contest.

Weeks pass.

Feb 3 – The unthinkable happens. Jason wins the “Personal Podcast” contest! Dave is sad.

Feb 8 – The Sneaky Dragon podcast records a new G of EL episode #42.

And record it we did – complete with cocktails! Yucky, yucky cocktails… (Well, Ian liked one of them.) You can hear it all here on the website or, better yet, subscribe  on iTunes or via Stitcher.

Please give their other episodes a listen. We know you enjoy Jason on Sneaky Dragon so we know you’ll get a kick out of The Gentlemen!

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Louise February 20, 2018 at 11:21 am

I’m not much of a drinker either, but I enjoyed this bonus podcast. Thanks for your discussion of Elvis. My aunt recently passed away and she was a big Elvis fan from her teen years on. Her sons played some of his songs at the visitation at the funeral home the night before the memorial service. I didn’t know he never performed outside of the US aside from a few early concerts in Canada. And yet he became one of the most famous and recognizable people on the planet. No matter how strange his life got, his singing talent was formidable, that’s for sure.


HSCTY February 27, 2018 at 11:24 am

She says, “I started feeling yucky late in the afternoon, like an ‘ishy’ stomach.


Manub February 28, 2018 at 7:30 am

Thank you so very much 😘


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