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Pistol and Dagger Society presented by Meltdown Comics

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The Pistol & Dagger Society Podcast is hosted by Sadie “Dagger” May, Ken “Pistol” Goldstein and Adam Silverstein and features interviews and live performances with legendary musicians, globally renown artists, producers and directors, emerging talent and passionate leaders and tastemakers in fascinating and inspiring businesses. The show focuses on its guests careers, past and current projects; and what makes them nerdy. It is taped live at Jack Dempsey’s place in Hollywood California. With surprise guests, contests and a podcast sponsored by “beer”, each episode is a “don’t miss” experience!

Customer Reviews

So much fun!

This podcast is very fun and the music element is fantastic!

The Tale of Pistol and Dagger

Weary from the trail, a dark figure emerges atop the Hollywood hill. The brim of his hat low as to block the harsh rays of the Indian Summer sun. His lack of vision gives way to an elevated sense of hearing as the sweet melody of six string fills the air. The rider lifts his hat and wipes the sweat from his brow. A dark haired beauty, sits, feet up on her luggage, plucking at the strings of an out of tune thrift store guitar. Now this trail is not unfamiliar with strangers. But something about this woman catches the riders eye. The way she plays... Complete disregard for the conventions of normal musical society. There is something hauntingly beautiful about the painful tune coming from the belly of the old wooden story teller. The rider, paralyzed by his pure curiousity, makes a determination and stops. He musters up a simple, "howdy.." The woman, without breaking focus from the guitar, as if there is no one else in the world but her and this instrument, mutters simply "roll tide..." - P&D