March Forth with Mike Bauman

A podcast featuring conversations with the common threads of perseverance and moving forward.

On this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Mike chats with Randy Reno!

A wrestler based out of Georgia, Randy Reno originally hails from the Reno/Las Vegas, Nevada area. After starting out as a referee in Face 2 Face Wrestling, Randy trained and eventually got the opportunity to wrestle. He went on to become the CWFG Passion of Wrestling Champion and the longest holder of the World Heavyweight Title in Face 2 Face Wrestling history, in addition to other titles across Georgia and the South.

In this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Randy talks with Mike about his journey to becoming the wrestler he is today (as Randy puts it: "The Best of Your Generation"), including those early days with Teddy Long and Face 2 Face Wrestling, the lawsuit that transpired, his transition to a wrestler and a champion, embracing the hate from fans, his feature film roles, and more.

Follow Randy Reno on Instagram @therandyreno and on Twitter @therandyreno. To stay up-to-date on all things Randy Reno, visit https://randyreno.com/

You can also check out Rand Reno's acting chops in Rex Park: Curse of the Golden Buddha, now available on Amazon Prime!

You can follow Mike on Instagram @marchforthpod, and on Twitter @mikevbauman. To stay up to date on the podcast, visit https://linktr.ee/marchforthpod.

Thanks for listening! If ya dug the show, like it, share it, tell a friend, subscribe, and above all, keep the faith and be kind to one another.

On this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Mike chats with Kellen McGregor of Memphis May Fire!

Comprised of McGregor (guitar), Matty Mullins (vocals), Cory Elder (bass) and Jake Garland (drums), Memphis May Fire has been a metalcore mainstay since 2007. Having released six full-length albums since 2009 - the latest being 2018's Broken - the band dropped their first single of 2021 on June 4th. Entitled "Blood & Water," that single has already amassed more than 2.2 million streams on Spotify.

On this episode of the podcast, Kellen talks with Mike about starting out on the drums when he was young, the success of "Blood & Water," persevering as a songwriter and producer, not letting giving up become part of his mindset, new Memphis May Fire music, and more.

Follow Kellen on Instagram @mmfkellen. To stay up-to-date on Memphis May Fire, follow the band on Instagram @memphismayfire and visit https://memphismayfire.com/. The band's latest single "Death Inside" is available now where you get your music!

You can follow Mike on Instagram @marchforthpod, and on Twitter @mikevbauman. To stay up-to-date on the podcast, visit https://linktr.ee/marchforthpod.

Thanks for listening! If ya dug the show, like it, share it, tell a friend, subscribe, and above all, keep the faith and be kind to one another.

On this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Mike chats with Sammy Boller!

Based out of Detroit, Michigan, guitarist Sammy Boller burst onto the national spotlight in 2012 when Joe Satriani picked him as the winner of Guitar Center's "Master Satriani" competition. He went on to play guitar in Citizen Zero, whose single "Go (Let Me Save You)" peaked at #17 on the Billboard "Mainstream Rock" chart in 2016. After his time with Citizen Zero, Boller continued to refine his guitar skills, releasing his debut instrumental album Kingdom Of The Sun in March 2020 on Candyrat Records.

On this episode of the podcast, Sammy talks with Mike about his love for music and guitar, including having musical parents, growing up in Detroit, the rich music history of the Motor City, being inspired by the late great Eddie Van Halen, being part of the Friedman Amplification roster, Kingdom Of The Sun, his new band Pharaohs, and more.

Follow Sammy Boller on Instagram @sammyboller. To check out his new music with Pharaohs, follow the band on Instagram @officialpharaohs. For all things Sammy, visit https://www.sammyboller.com/. Watch Pharaohs' New Years Live Set here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-b3WASj4GHY&t=27s.

You can follow Mike on Instagram @marchforthpod, and on Twitter @mikevbauman. To stay up to date on the podcast, visit https://linktr.ee/marchforthpod.

Thanks for listening! If ya dug the show, like it, share it, tell a friend, subscribe, and above all, keep the faith and be kind to one another.

On this episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman, Mike chats with Austin Gold and Eric Cassidy of Rushing Spring!

Comprised of Gold (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals), Cassidy (Drums), Jake Delventhal (Bass) and Rob Ettinger (Lead Guitar), Rushing Spring formed in 2018 in Danbury, Connecticut. Combining elements of 70's power pop, 80's punk, 90's indie, and 00's emo, Rushing Spring has songs which range from the introspective, slower tempo of their single "Somebody," to the more upbeat, rhythmic nature of "Journeys."

The aforementioned "Somebody" premiered on Alternative Press back in February, while the music video for "Journeys" premiered on New Noise Magazine on May 28th, one day before the release of their EP What We Were Is Not Who We Are.

On this episode, Mike talks with Austin and Eric about the origins of Rushing Spring and their sound, including Austin's sobriety, panic attacks, mental health, lyrics drawn from life experiences, punk's connection with youth, and more.

This episode of March Forth with Mike Bauman also features "Journeys" off Rushing Spring's latest EP What We Were Is Not Who We Are, available where you get your music!

Follow Rushing Spring on Instagram @rushingspring, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rushingspring/. To stay up on the band, visit https://linktr.ee/Rushingspringct.

You can follow Mike on Instagram @marchforthpod, and on Twitter @mikevbauman. To stay up to date on the podcast, visit https://linktr.ee/marchforthpod.

Thanks for listening! If ya dug the show, like it, share it, tell a friend, subscribe, and above all, keep the faith and be kind to one another.

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