Former WCCO radio personality Jason Jones and former KOOL 108 personality Bill Hermann (known as Tommy Cruise) start a podcast called "Those 2 Guys"
April 15, 2013 (Newswire.com) - The first words out of the audience's mouths are ... "those two guys ... ." Then they laugh so hard they cry.
When local entertainment personalities Jason Jones and Bill Hermann take the stage at a club, a fundraising event, on the radio or at a wedding, they always have one goal: to engage, amuse and entertain the audience.
Now the entertainers premiere a new way to keep us laughing. They are premiering a new fun, interactive podcast called, "Those 2 Guys." Jones and Hermann take a satirical look at life and current events from the perspective of performers.
In their first episode, Jason and Hermann talk about the death of Roger Ebert, talents of Johnny Holmes and hoarding Honey BooBoo style.
"We are very excited about our new podcast," said Jones. "We are planning on talking about life in pop culture and making it fun."
To listen to Jason and Bill's new podcast go to
About The Entertainment Experience
Jason Jones is a producer, writer, humorist and performer with over 20 years of experience as a mobile DJ. He hosted The Jason Jones Show on WCCO radio in Minneapolis, MN. Prior to that he produced and hosted a morning show rated number 1 among adults the "Jason Jones in the Morning" show in Duluth, MN. He also had the privilege of co-heading programming with Hermann on Disc Jockey America Radio. Jones's production company One Shoe Productions, LLC currently produces and hosts non-profit fundraising micro events, galas, interactive corporate events and weddings.
Bill Hermann is a professional performer with over 30 years experience and has performed for audiences all over the country on stage, in film, on television on radio and for private family celebrations. www.billhermann.com. Hermann is known for creating and performing new ideas in reception entertainment that surprise, delight and involve guests in the celebration. He has contributed to the book, "The Best Wedding Reception Ever" and served on the advisory board of the W.E.D. Guild, an exclusive organization comprised of the best and most talented wedding entertainers in the world.