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SkidMarks Show is based on cool cars and rock stars all in the vein of comedy, a true light hearted approach with guests from race car drivers, rock and roll legends and celebrities. Join JEFF ALLEN (CNBC’s The Car Chasers) and Ethan Demetrius (FMX Rock SHOW and KISS FM) as they travel the globe laying tracks and screeching across America.

Season One of SKIDMARKS SHOW will consist of 12 thirty-minute episodes airing twice a month on iTunes, Soundcloud and SkidmarksShow.com

Listen in as they talk to Vaughn Gittin JR from Formula Drift, Tom Keifer from the rock bank Cinderella, the Band Hollywood Undead and even the man behind the Hot Wheels Double Loop Jump plus watch listeners challenge Eric “The Mad Scientist” to the craziest questions you can think of. Tune in for a good laugh as Jeff and Ethan lay Skidmarks across America.

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Episode 13 We Are back!! Eddie Paul the man behind “Grease” “Chips” “Fast N Furious” “XxX” movie Cars

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 Skidmarks Show Episode 13

 



Skidmarks Show Episode 5

 

 

 

We missed you guys…did you miss us!?!

 

This season we reach a little deeper and look for the people behind what you see, know and hear. We aren't just looking for the “face-of” we want the ones behind the scenes making it happen. Who made the “Greese" movie cars, who put together the deal that got James Bond to drink Heineken, what started the vision of Full Throttle Saloon to become the largest Biker bar and will they rebuild after it burnt to the ground, could Ethan actually have 6 kids…. maybe some things shouldn’t be talked about but we do anyway.

 

Episode 13, the first episode of Season 2, Jeff Allen returns from a car chasing spree in California where he finds two truckloads of gems including the lead actors car in the 2014 Movie RoboCop & a Tangerine 1971 Jensen Interceptor, you know the car that kinda looks like an egg that was made in Britain but came factory with an American V8 383 powerhouse… you know THAT car.

 

Mastermind Eddie Paul, joins us and shares his stories about robotic sharks, Jacques Cousteau, making “Grease" movie cars, “Chips” motorcycles, “xXx” (TripleX) GTO’s, “Fast N Furious” cars, and the making of the infamous “faux” seal that got great white sharks to breach in the air and is shown in the famous Discovery Shark Week intro. If you have wanted to hear someone smart, important and genius talk on our show, then you wont want to miss this episode.

 

Ethan D. gets you up to date with the rock news on Motley Crews farewell farewell (I know they signed a contract but we will see about that)

Now in Season 2, Skidmarks Show is a 30 minutes bi-weekly Automotive and Rock-n-Roll radio show with your hosts Jeff Allen from CNBC’s “The Car Chasers” and owner of Flat 12 Gallery and Ethan D. host of the morning radio show “The Rock Show” on FMX.

 

SkidMarks Show is about all things Cars and Rock Stars. Do you have oil running through your veins? Use Super Unleaded as Cologne? Play Air Guitar in the Shower?…… then you’ve come to the right place.

 

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Behind the scenes video and photographs at skidmarksshow.com Plus check out our SWAG section and buy a Tee and help support this adventure.

 

Special thanks to our friends over at Pennzoil for supporting this somewhat defunct idea of a rock-automotive show!

 


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