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Can You Don't?

Joe Paisley and Bryan Albrandt

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Can You Don't? is a weekly, comedic podcast where Joe Paisley and Bryan Albrandt delve into the depths of the Internet in order to retrieve the best and worst examples of humanity, while openly mocking themselves along the way for being complete idiots.
 
Robert Miller is a musician who followed his youthful music dream later in life and became a Rock Star in his 60s! In just 6+ years Robert and his band, Project Grand Slam, have released 11 celebrated albums including a Billboard #1, have over 5 million video views, more than a million streams, played festivals and concerts around the world, and shared the stage with Edgar Winter, Blues Traveler, Boney James and Mindi Abair. Robert is living proof that you’re never too old, and it’s never to ...
 
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Kate Taylor is the female star of the Taylor family which includes her brothers James and Livingston. Kate became a star with her 1971 debut album “Sister Kate” produced by Peter Asher. She took time off to raise her two daughters. Now she’s back with a new album called “Why Wait” again produced by Peter Asher. We discuss her career and do a Songfe…
 
Welcome again to the World Premiere of Robert’s new album, “Bobby M and the Paisley Parade”. This Episode 2 introduces the next two songs from the album: “Waiting For Me” and “Annie And Leni”. Robert’s Special Guest in this episode is Tristan Clark, his longtime guitarist in his band, Project Grand Slam, who played all the guitar parts on the album…
 
Is there any amount of money you would accept in exchange for having birds constantly try to land on you? Let's talk about that, Bryan's dad hiding batteries everywhere he possibly could, Joe's dad making the entire family sleep outside in the winter, hiding snacks from your partner, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become p…
 
Jeremy Clyde was half of the iconic ‘60s duo Chad & Jeremy. They had several big hits during the British Invasion era of the 1960s including “Yesterday’s Gone” and “A Summer Song”. They made guest appearances on the Dick Van Dyke Show, the Patty Duke Show and Batman. Jeremy became a film and stage actor and has appeared in several Broadway producti…
 
This is the first episode of the World Premiere of Robert’s new album, “Bobby M and the Paisley Parade”, featuring the first two songs from the album: “This Time” and “My Love”. Bobby M includes 10 new songs by Robert and features guest artists John Helliwell (Supertramp) on sax, Tony Carey (Rainbow) on keyboards, and international sensation Deobra…
 
Can you ride a unicycle? If yes, would you consider riding it over 1,800 miles along the entire eastern seaboard?! Let's talk about that, fishing for things inside your vagina, tying tiny backpacks full of meth to pigeons attempting to smuggle drugs into prison, one of the weirdest cashier experiences of all time, and more on today's episode of Can…
 
Suzi Quatro is a force of nature! She blazed a path as one of the first and one of the best female rock and rollers. She’s a singer, songwriter and bassist. She’s sold over 50 million records. And she’s equally famous for portraying the part of Leather Tuscadero in the hit sitcom “Happy Days”. Plus she’s an author and has an honorary doctorate in m…
 
Jeff Alan Ross is a multi-talented guitarist and keyboard player. He’s the Musical Director for Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon). He also co-produces with Peter their weekly Beatles radio show “From Me To You” on Sirius/XM. Jeff has toured with Badfinger, Mick Taylor (former Rolling Stone), Gerry Marsden (Gerry and the Pacemakers), Denny Laine (Moody…
 
How mad do you get when playing video games online? Ever thrown you controller off a balcony into the street? haha... let's talk about that, why Joe hates banks so much, getting insanely pissed that an ambulance is parked in the bike lane, what happens when you slow down Alvin and the Chipmunks, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wa…
 
Leslie Mandoki has been the leader of Mandoki Soulmates, the European-based supergroup, since he fled from Communist Hungary. He has assembled remarkable lineups of world class musicians. This is the band’s 30th Anniversary celebration. This episode contains EXCLUSIVE, PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED live recordings featuring Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull sing…
 
Sheldon Epps is one of the all-time most influential African American theater and television directors. He’s directed major productions on and off Broadway, in London and at many theaters across the U.S. He was the Artistic Director of the Pasadena Playhouse for two decades and is now Artistic Director Emeritus, and currently serves as a Senior Art…
 
What if you found out the person that had been cyberbullying you and your friends for YEARS was actually your own mother?! Let's talk about that, only being able to orgasm after hearing bad news, printing your own face on a potato, why are sleeping bag storage bags so Goddamn small, and more on today's episode of Can You Dont?! *** Wanna become par…
 
Bob Gruen is one of the most famous rock and roll photographers. He’s known for his photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Elton John and Kiss. He’s also photographed some of the great New Wave and Punk bands like the New York Dolls, The Clash, Sex Pistols, Ramones and Blondie. We discuss his entire …
 
The theme of this Music Day episode is Singles. Back in the day - before albums took over - the record business was all about singles. An individual track put out as a 45 RPM record, the kind with the big hole in the middle for the turntable. There was always an A side and a B side to each single. The A side was the featured song. But sometimes a r…
 
Last episode of 2022, coming in HOT! Let's talk about that, having flaccid teeth that only get hard when you're hungry, getting cum on your aunt's hoodie, why do certain businesses feel it's necessary to send out year end emails, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become part of The Gaggle and access all the extra content on t…
 
Kenney Jones is rock and roll royalty. He’s played drums with the Small Faces, the Faces, The Who and many others. He’s in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. He talks about those bands, the British Invasion era, Steve Marriott, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Pete Townshend, Keith Moon and much more. My featured song is “I Can’t Explain” the live version of…
 
Welcome to our first CHRISTMAS SPECIAL featuring six terrific artists performing wonderful seasonal songs! Here’s the lineup: Sara Niemietz, a spectacular singer, together with Robby Robinson, keyboard player extraordinaire and Frankie Valli’s longtime musical director, combine on “Sound Of Christmas”, a sentimental, fun, feel good holiday song. Ch…
 
Have you ever stopped and truly thought about how creepy the concept of Santa really is?! It's insane. Let's talk about that, getting pubes stuck to your face, a toilet that either hates or loves you pooping in it, pumping 69 babies out of your vagina, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become part of The Gaggle and access all…
 
Marc Blatte is a songwriter and jingle writer extraordinaire. He’s written major hits for artists like The Four Tops, Celine Dion and Kenny Rogers. One of the hits he wrote for The Four Tops, "When She Was Mine", has just been covered by Bruce Springsteen. He’s also created commercials for Prudential, Oldsmobile, Pepsi and Pizza Hut among many othe…
 
The theme of this Music Day episode is Cover Songs. A cover song is when an artist performs a song that someone else has already performed. Most artists have done covers. The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, for example, both started out exclusively playing covers before they began to write their own songs. This episode presents two of my covers. I …
 
Can you imagine reaching a stage in your life where you're totally cool with unplugging someone's oxygen breathing machine because the noise was bugging you? Let's talk about that, everyone in the world being way happier than you, bringing your dead dog into an Olive Garden, the stupid shit we all did as kids, and more on today's episode of Can You…
 
Alexandre Da Costa is that rare classical musician - an internationally renowned violinist and conductor who does both at the same time. He’s performed over 2000 concerts in over 30 countries with a host of major orchestras. He is the Music Director of the Longueuil Symphony and the Artistic Director of the Stradivaria Festival. And he plays a 1727…
 
Lisa Hurwitz is the director of a wonderful, sentimental, new documentary called “The Automat”, which features an all-star cast including Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Colin Powell and Elliott Gould. The movie is all about Horn And Hardardt, which for a time was the biggest restaurant chain in the United States. They operated automa…
 
What's the deal with fingerless gloves? Do you want your hands to be warm OR NOT?! Let's talk about that, a lady getting away with straight up punching a baby, selling your roommate's car without his permission, getting a nice spanking after each time you sneeze, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become part of The Gaggle and…
 
Bruce Belland was a member of The Four Preps - America’s first boy band. Their 1958 million selling hit “26 Miles Across The Sea” made them into international pop stars. The song influenced Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and inspired Jimmy Buffett. The Preps were featured on the Ed Sullivan Show and had a recurring role in “Ozzie And Harriet”. They…
 
What would you do if your doctor informed you that you're going to die, but then hired a barbershop quartet to explain all the details? Let's talk about that, lopping off someone's appendage without their consent, a happy ending to a doggie pane crash, pranking your loved ones on Christmas, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna b…
 
John Hall and his band Orleans had big hits with “Dance With Me”and “Still The One”. He’s co-written or recorded songs with a host of artists including Janis Joplin and Chaka Khan. And he’s toured or recorded with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt and Little Feat. My featured song is “Spring Dance” from the album of the same name by my band, Project Gra…
 
Steve Hackett of Genesis is an international superstar guitarist. He’s a legend from prog rock to classical. Listen again to this Encore Episode as we discuss Genesis, his current world tour which is coming to the U.S. shortly, and much more! ------------------------------------------ Steve Hackett is a prog rock Superstar. He was the guitarist for…
 
Did you think you could clinch your butthole hard enough around some anal beds to stop yourself from falling to your death? Let's talk about that, an underwater museum that we had no idea existed, a lady using bees as an attack animal, accidentally coating your own sunglasses in semen, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't? *** Wanna become …
 
Tommy James is one of the most iconic artists of the rock era. Here’s all you need to know: 23 Gold singles, 9 Platinum albums, and over 100 million records sold. "Hanky Panky", "Mony Mony", "Crimson And Clover", "I Think We're Alone Now". In this episode Tommy tells stories and talks about his hits, his career, his relationship with Morris Levy of…
 
Peggy March is a singer best known for her 1963 million selling hit at age 15 called “I Will Follow Him” which was released under the name “Little Peggy March”. She continues to hold the record as the youngest female artist to have a #1 record. The song reached the top of the charts in the U.S. and in many foreign countries and was featured in the …
 
Deobrat Mishra is a Superstar sitar player. I call him the “new” Ravi Shankar, who was the chief exponent of Indian music and the sitar in particular in the 1960s. Like Ravi Shankar, Deobrat has kept Indian music on the world map. He’s an international star on his instrument playing throughout Europe and elsewhere. My featured song is “It’s The Bea…
 
When's the last time your girlfriend's mom invited you to suck whipped cream off her toes? Never? Right. Let's talk about that, having to flip a coin to make any decision, sticking your peen in a hot cup of coffee, being able to smell Parkinson's disease, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become part of The Gaggle?! Our Patre…
 
Welcome to the second Music Day episode! The theme of this episode is Latin Music. I grew up in New York City. My father - who played the trumpet - loved Latin music and used to keep the car radio tuned to all the Latin stations. So that’s how I first became exposed to this great music with its fantastic beat and feel. Later on, when I formed my ba…
 
David Libert has had an extraordinary career in music. He was a member of The Happenings, the group which had million selling hits with “See You In September” and “I Got Rhythm”. He was the Tour Manager for Alice Cooper. He was the Music Manager for George Clinton of Parliament-Funkadelic and Sheila E. And along the way he worked with "Supermensch"…
 
John Helliwell is an acclaimed saxophonist and a member of Supertramp, one of the greatest bands of the rock era. In this wonderful Encore Episode from May 2022 John talks about the band's massive 1979 hit album "Breakfast In America" and much more. Robert ------------------------ John Helliwell is the saxophonist for Supertramp, one of the greates…
 
What would you do if you woke up one day, looked outside, and someone had set up an entire yard sale in your lawn selling none of your items? Let's talk about that, hitting 5th graders in the head with a baseball bat, headlights for your Crocs, being run over multiple times by the same car, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna b…
 
Welcome to the first Music Day episode! As a professional musician I’ve written more than 100 songs, and I feature a different song in every episode of the podcast underneath the introduction and at the end. Each Music Day episode will feature two of my songs that fit the episode’s theme. Today’s theme is breakup songs. Breakups are very emotional.…
 
Ted Nugent - the Motor City Madman - has had an extraordinary rock and roll career, first with the Amboy Dukes and then as a solo performer. In this incredible Encore Episode from February 2022 Ted talks all about his career and performs a mini-concert. Robert -------------------------- Ted Nugent is a Rock 'n Roll force of nature!! The "Motor City…
 
This Special Episode celebrates an incredible milestone - 500,000 downloads for the podcast! Robert reviews what has made the show such a success including being ranked in the Top 1% of all podcasts and having listeners in 200 countries! My featured songs are “Spring Dance” from the album of the same name by my band, Project Grand Slam (Spotify lin…
 
How frustrating would it be to call 911 and have to navigate robotic menu options in order to get the help you need? haha let's talk about that, throwing your own son under the bus to save face, barking like a dog at other people's kids, pushing old people over, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *** Wanna become part of The Gaggle?! Ou…
 
Jesse Colin Young had a massive hit during the 1967 Summer Of Love called “Get Together” with his band The Youngbloods. The song became the anthem for the Woodstock generation. He’s a pioneer in American roots music and an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. My featured song is “Trippin’” from the album of the same name by my band, P…
 
This is the only time of the year you get to potentially see Yoshi beating the crap out of a vampire. And there's something special about that opportunity. Let's talk about that, accidentally inviting all of Hell into your home, doing a half-ass job at taking out the trash, having sex in a Gravitron, and more on today's episode of Can You Don't?! *…
 
The New York Yankees - America's best known baseball team - just lost to the Houston Astros in the postseason baseball playoffs in terrible and ignominious fashion, being swept in 4 straight games, thus eliminating them from a possible World Series Championship. Immediately afterwards there has been a great hue and cry to fire everyone connected to…
 
Richie Furay is the father of Country Rock music. He was a founding member of three Supergroups: Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Still and Neil Young, Poco with Jim Messina, and the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band with JD Souther and Chris Hillman. If not for Richie Furay there might not have been the Eagles or Jackson Browne or Linda Ronstadt or many …
 
Shane Mitchell is the accordionist and co-founder of Dervish, the award winning traditional Irish folk band. The group has been together for 33 years, all hailing from County Sligo. They’ve toured the world playing the Great Irish Songbook. In 2019 Dervish received a Lifetime Achievement award from the BBC, and the band has been described by the BB…
 
Remember that one time you were showing your friend pictures of your car on your phone but he kept scrolling and then unknowingly called you super sexy because of a different picture he saw? Let's talk about that, revenge among siblings, everything you touch always being just a little sticky, where to buy dried out beaver balls, and more on today's…
 
This Special Episode introduces “Live At SteelStacks”, the new 5-song EP by Robert and his band, Project Grand Slam. The release captures the band at the top of their game in performance at the SteelStacks concert venue in Bethlehem, PA. The EP features five of the band’s Greatest Hits written by Robert: “Redemption Road”, “I’m Falling Off Of The W…
 
Andrea Osvart is an award winning Hungarian actress, film producer and fashion model. As an actress she’s been in over 50 films opposite stars like Robert Redford and Brad Pitt. As a producer she’s made feature films that were sold to Netflix and HBO. And as a fashion model she has appeared on many magazine covers for Cosmopolitan, Glamour and Mari…
 
Imagine a world full of food delivery robots... however, they always fall over and scream for "HELP!" all day long. Sounds so peaceful. Let's talk about that, the Mariners finally making it to the post season for the first time since dinosaurs were alive, yeeting your baby into the grill of a truck, singing John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt while mas…
 
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