Chill Chat Podcasts

Chill Chat Podcasts

Sit Back and Relax

Evergreen Podcasts captures the everyday color and diversity of life with a range of categories, including some popular shows that are geared toward listeners who just want some chill chat.

Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and prepare to be entertained, or shift gears and dive into the pit for interviews with INDY and NASCAR greats. Like a good fight? Inside the Hexagon recounts the great fighters and matches of Strikeforce.

“A dynamic lineup of podcasts that appeal to listeners with a range of interests makes Evergreen a convenient stop to find something fresh to listen to,” says David Moss, Chief Creative Officer of Evergreen. “The hosts are experienced journalists, influencers and pros in their field, and they deliver a caliber of interview and storytelling that makes these podcasts smart, engaging and entertaining.”

Following is a menu of Evergreen Podcasts shows that have earned kudos from listeners.

Whiskey Business

If you want to learn all about whiskey, this is the wrong podcast. If you want to learn about topics WITH whiskey, then comedian and influencer, Dino Tripodis, invites you to share a pour with him and guests as he talks with distillers, taste-makers and other personalities. Aside from being a podcaster and funny guy, Tripodis is a self-described writer, actor, filmmaker, 24-year veteran morning radio host—and a terrible poker player. In Whiskey Business, he talks about everything from food-and-drink to sports and TikTok trends.

Pit Pass Indy

We’ve got your Pit Pass to everything behind-the-scenes Indy, from lively interviews with the biggest names in INDYCAR and NASCAR to look-aheads and post-race highlights. Pit Pass Indy host Bruce Martin is a journalist with 40 years of covering the Indianapolis 400 and IndyCar racing for outlets like NBCSports.com and ESPN Sports Ticker. Listen to Dale Earnhardt Jr. share thoughts about former teammate Jimmie Johnson switching from NASCAR to INDYCAR. Tune in to hear Johnson’s comments after his best complete race of the season at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

Inside the Hexagon

Some of the greatest mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters in the world took the ring in Strikeforce, one of the world’s most respected MMA promotions that folded in 2013. Strikeforce was the main event, and it helped launch women’s MMA. Host Phil Lanides rewinds to the famed hexagon, capturing its major moments and matches. Lanides is Crossfire Media’s owner and publicist, and he is keeping Strikeforce alive and known in the industry as a walking MMA encyclopedia. Tune in and get all of the Strikeforce highlights from Inside the Hexagon, which has a 4.9-star review from Apple Podcasts.

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