The Ryan Show (Syndicated)
the ryan show:
thursdays at 10 pm
The Ryan Show FM is a syndicated talk show broadcasting on over 100 radio stations both terrestrial and online. Every week host Ryan Verneuille discusses current events, music & sports with his co hosts NYC socialite Hamptons Dave, Grammy Award winning rapper Mr. Cheeks. Different celebrity guests join the boys in studio to discuss an array of topics and answer hard hitting questions. Segments placed in between interviews and banter includes news reports, event coverage and comedy sketches. Regular guests on the show include star of the Netflix documentary of "The Seven Five" Michael Dowd, hip hop pioneer Tragedy Khadafi, entrepreneur Jonathan Torres and rising comedian Big T.
A Hampton's sushi chef turned talk show host. Since Ryan founded The Ryan Show in 2015 he has gone on to interview countless legends in the entertainment industry. In 2018 The Ryan Show FM was first aired on 98.1 FM in Boston and has since syndicated to over 100 radio stations.
Simply "Google him"... Mr. Cheeks spearheaded a lasting movement in Jamaica, Queens and is still building his already established legend. After beginning his hip hop legacy as the front man of Lost Boyz he went on to lead a successful career as a solo artist. He then won Grammys with the Marley's in the 00's and created the strip club theme song, "Lights, Camera Action".
Formerly known as David Locascio, a high school basketball legend on the east end of Long Island. After years of living a life that would make a celebrity jealous hes earned the right to hone the title "Socialite". Since the ripe age of 14 he has found himself rubbing shoulders with giants in the entertainment business. In 2015 he became the co host of The Ryan Show Podcast.
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Co-host: hamptons dave | @hamptonsdave
Co-Host: mr. cheeks | @darealmistacheeks132
host: ryan verneuille | @theryanshow
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