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The Show with Austin Huff is a late night talk show for your ears. Each episode brings a fun, easy-to-listen conversation with a guest who's much more interesting than Austin, with a mix of sports, pop culture, movies and music.

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Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes), The Patriots Are Jason Voorhees, And WTH Is The Transfer Portal?

Steve Gorman (drummer for The Black Crowes) talks about losing the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1990 to Mariah Carey, who his least favorite band of all time is, how The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville is not what people think it is, the time he nearly joined the Counting Crows, the story of how The Black Crowes basically inspired Chris Martin to start Coldplay, playing Saturday Night Live, and a classic game of "Is This On Steve Gorman's IMDB Page?" Plus, Austin explains how the Patriots are Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th, and tries to make sense of whatever a transfer portal is.
01:22:36 1/14/2019

Past Episodes

Derrick Mason (former Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens All-Pro WR) joins Austin to talk about the famous people who went to his high school - including Jerry Bruckheimer, playing for Nick Saban, how the Music City Miracle was originally designed to go to him, whether he feels he gets enough respect as one of the NFL's all-time great kick returners, switching teams to play for a rival, whether Jeff Fisher gets a bad rap, Steve McNair, making the transition from playing to sports talk radio, being mistaken for Vanderbilt's Derek Mason, and what his favorite uniform combo he ever wore was. Plus, Austin shares his thoughts on the NFL suddenly turning towards really young and really hot head coaches.
01:05:25 1/8/2019
Peter Burns (SEC Network) joins Austin to talk about the awesomeness of working in sports media, being an LSU fan married to an Alabama fan, winning a national sports talk radio competition which led to his career in sports media, how the SEC is like George Clooney, if the Big 12 really has bad defenses or just really good offenses, and what was his worst take of all time. Plus, Austin shares his thoughts on the greatness of New Year's Eve, but the terribleness of Facebook that comes on New Year's Day.
01:10:16 12/31/2018
Tom Sandoval (Vanderpump Rules on Bravo) joins Austin to talk about his marching bands, his first modeling gig, how Vanderpump Rules started, what it's been like opening his bar TomTom, Andy Cohen, dressing up for Halloween, Martin Scorsese, becoming friends with Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, and his upcoming event at Ballpark Village in St. Louis on New Year's Eve with Schwartz, Ariana and Katie. He's a battered wife... LOOK AT HIM!
01:08:14 12/27/2018
Joe Posnanski (The Athletic and MLB.com) joins Austin to talk about Mark McGwire being taken off the Today's Era Hall of Fame Ballot, if steroid guys will and should ever get into the Hall of Fame, what he thinks of Patrick Mahomes and this year's Chiefs team, how he got into sports writing by chance, what we can expect from the book he's currently writing about Harry Houdini, his former love of Diet Coke, and why the Browns helmets are orange. Plus, Austin shares some heartbreaking news of the divorce between a 46-year-old Irish woman and her 300-year-old pirate ghost husband, and gives his thoughts on Knicks owner James Dolan playing his guitar on team flights after losses.
01:21:13 12/17/2018
Steve Carbone (RealitySteve.com) joins Austin to talk about his life of spoiling The Bachelor, getting sued by ABC (twice), receiving scoops from random sources (like ex-girlfriends), working for Jim Rome right out of college, his persona as a caller on The Jim Rome Show, his love for Taylor Swift, and what reality shows he'd like to see be rebooted. Plus, Austin talks about how offensive VeggieTales is and compares each college football conference to a major holiday.
01:57:57 12/10/2018
Dawn Davenport (SEC Network and 104.5 The Zone in Nashville) joins Austin to talk about having to ask Nick Saban questions when his team was tied with The Citadel 10-10 at halftime, why Nick Saban always awkwardly looks at the camera during interviews, what happens in those sideline injury tents, going to bed at 6pm when you work in morning news television, quirky coffee mugs and Taylor Swift. Plus, Austin tells you why the Texas Longhorns aren't necessarily back and gets hyped about the XFL's announcement of starting a team in St. Louis.
01:09:12 12/3/2018
Andy McCullough (LA Times national baseball writer) joins Austin to talk about R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series, Ned Yost's affinity for beat writers pants, Farhan Zaidi being a bigger offseason signing than Bryce Harper, where Bryce Harper will sign, where Many Machado will sign, the Royals hiring Mike Matheny, Adrian Beltre, and what music we should all be listening to right now. Plus, Austin shares why he thinks the NFL's Mic'd Up segments are the dumbest thing in the sport.
01:12:15 11/26/2018
In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, Austin invites back six previous guests on to the show to share what they're thankful for. Benjamin Hochman (St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist), Spencer Graves (host of Spencer's Neighborhood on 106.7 The Arch), Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes), Charlotte Wilder (Sports Illustrated), Kyle Gibson (Minnesota Twins starting pitcher), Kyle Brandt (NFL Network), and Austin's mom, Lisa, all join Austin at the hypothetical Thanksgiving dinner table to share what they're thankful for this year. It's beautiful. And funny.
01:20:45 11/20/2018
Blaine Bishop (former Tennessee Titans strong safety) joins Austin to talk about his 10-year playing career in the NFL, playing in Super Bowl XXXIV against the St. Louis Rams, who the toughest receiver he ever faced was, what kind of music he would listen to before games, what to make of this year's Tennessee Titans team and what the expectations are for Mike Vrabel, and what his transition into sports talk radio was like. Plus, Austin brings in The Show regular Spencer Graves to break down the most punchable faces in sports.
01:14:26 11/12/2018
Andy Benes (14-year MLB veteran, former #1 overall MLB Draft pick) joins Austin to talk about winning a gold medal in the 1988 Summer Olympics, throwing the first pitch in Arizona Diamondbacks history, striking out Ken Griffey Jr., playing with Ken Griffey Jr., what his pitch would be to get Bryce Harper to join the St. Louis Cardinals, and the beauty in adopting children. Plus, Austin breaks down the weird shopping habits of Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco.
01:10:23 11/7/2018

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