The Chris & Pop-Pop Show: Special Guest Duncan Phillips of Newsboys

On this week’s Chris & Pop-Pop Show, Chris goes outside of the sports realm and into the
music scene with Newsboys‘ drummer Duncan Phillips calling into the program.

Phillips talks about his 20 years with the famous Christian rock group, how the music industry
has changed, and why he and his band mates still love pumping out new records and touring all
over the world.

Newsboys’ new album Restart drops globally September 10.

After the interview, Chris and Pop-Pop get into a heated discussion when they argue if the
Phillies are primed for a playoff push beyond the All-Star break and if they should be buyers
or sellers if they continue to win games.

Lastly, Chris irks Pop-Pop when the topic of Ryan Braun and steroids comes into the mix.
This is a battle you don’t want to miss.


Let Chris and Pop-Pop know what you want to hear about. Contact them through their page,
or contact Chris through Twitter at @CDiFrancesco86.

Music credit: Story of the Year – “Tell Me (PAC)”; Newsboys – “Live With Abandon.”

Commercial bed music credit:
Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa”
Black Moth Super Rainbow – “Twin of Myself”
Atmosphere – “Musical Chairs”

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Chris & Pop-Pop will smack you right in the face with their own dose of reality on the Flyers,
Eagles, Phillies and Sixers. The Chris & Pop-Pop Show on Olio.fm delivers Philadelphia
sports talk in a way that you haven’t heard before, over the air OR online. Join the revolution
every Tuesday, only on Olio.fm.

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