Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 457: Stu Stone Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 457In this 457th episode, Mike chats with documentary filmmaker Stu Stone about Jack of All Trades, his relationship with Jamie Kennedy, 90s Cancon jams and a thousand other nuggets of nostalgia. This episode is exactly 2:14:17.

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Undoubtedly my favourite episode of the year thus far, and so hopefully Stu's next visit won't take
as long to gestate (9 months!) as the average newborn's first breath of precious air!! Five plus minutes of deep "Teen Wolf" universe discussion is always an excellent portent of greatness to come (or at least I'd like to think that it does!). P.S., "Win In The End" was performed by Mark Safan, and the other great track from the first Teen Wolf flick, "Shooting For The Moon", was vocalized by Amy Holland, perhaps known by more discerning music enthusiasts as Mrs. Michael McDonald.

A delightful and at times quite humourous conversation throughout, but of course this latest unofficial 'Throwing(!) Out of the Jams('90s Can-Con Edition)' was also a most-thrilling trip down memory lane. It probably goes without saying that the mid-to-late- nineties were probably the last golden years for alternative Canadian music.

April 29, 2019 @ 3:27 PM

Al The Royal Pain

Loved this episode! Stu needs to become a FOM "Friend Of Mike" guest on regular rotation along with Elvis, Ed Conroy and Marc Weisblott.

BTW Mike Cobra Kai is a quality show for anyone who values nostalgia (so, not for Elvis). I loved the first season and I'm looking forward to season 2.

May 2, 2019 @ 11:44 AM


Great guest, effortless chemistry here. Top 10ish episode. I think Stu could be a drop in co-host for any talk show- a show fixer of sorts (not suggesting this show needs a fixer).

Looking forward to a crash&dash of merch table at the Mike&Stu T.O.fyre festival.

May 4, 2019 @ 9:44 PM

Rick C in Oakville

As with the last appearance of Stu, totally in awe of the ease in conversation between you 2. Even though the Can Con is about 10+ years later than what I listened to, appreciated being introduced to these bands.
Looking forward to his next appearance and Jack of all Trades will be next on my list to watch.

May 8, 2019 @ 8:53 PM

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