Author Archives: James Spann

The A Side 21: Sean Michael Ray

This weeks guest on The A Side is Sean Michael Ray. Sean is an Alabama native and has been one of the states finest bass players for years. His amazing talent shows up in many types of music ranging from gospel, soul, jazz and funk to pop and rock. He has worked with great jazz artist such as Gerald Albright and Eric Essix, soul and RnB artist Maxwell to rock artist like John Waite. Sean is a true professional in every sense of the word!

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Matt and Matt 52: Son Of An Arkansas Bootlegger

If you have ever read the book, that’s Barry Switzer, former Oklahoma Sooners legendary coach. He had the same thoughts on Bob Stoops sudden retirement as Matty C. Matty A played nice guy on the topic,……for a while. The NCAA findings at Ole Miss are equally as puzzling. So is this, Matty A thinks Auburn may be the team to beat; he also reveals a “never been told” story of conning his way into the Denver Broncos camp. Matty C, an Arkansas native himself, admits he was not the son of a moonshiner. One year anniversary and perhaps the best show yet.

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Matt and Matt 49: It Was A Cute Little Belly

Antonio Cromartie, Colts DB is have his 14th child and there is a lot more to this story. Matty A and Matty C also talk about Alabama coach Nick Saban’s new contract and LB Rolando McClain’s continued trouble with the law. And how is this for timesachangin’? Two players on same team get married.

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Matt and Matt 48: James Spann

Matt A and Matt C have quite an insightful conversation with meteorologist James Spann. They talk candidly about his early days in radio/TV with Matt Coulter through his current role in youth church with Matt Allen, why does Matty A call him coach and how about James’ first Alabama football game? All questions answered and a WHOLE lot more, listen up!

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