Huey: Off The Record
A culture, society, comedy, news, music podcast from Huey Morgan
Hey y’all, this is Huey, you know me, I’m that Fun Lovin’ Criminal rockin’ your radio waves every weekend, The People’s Champ making sure you stay classy. Or maybe you don’t, but that’s cool ‘cos thanks to the miracle of modern media we can get better acquainted … Join me every week for my brand new podcast Huey: Off The Record where I’ll be talking to some of the most interesting people I know - some you mighta heard of - the likes of Ricky Gervais, Iggy Pop, Scroobius Pip - and some you might not, but I think you should have, like my buddies Grammy award winning producer Tim Latham and legendary rock 'n’ roll photographer Danny Clinch.
Huey: Off The Record’s all about keepin’ it real with some of the illest muthafuckas around. We’ll be jammin’ on music, fame, politics, religion, the crazy shit we got up to on tour bus, that we don’t know more cos we’re too old…
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