We’re celebrating our eighth anniversary by replaying some of Bob’s best conversations with big-name guests. First, Bob talks with, “The CEO of Hip Hop,” Russell Simmons. He has helped create such ground breaking ventures as Def Jam Records, Phat Farm and Def Comedy Jam. Simmons talks about his book titled Do You!: 12 Laws to Access the Power in You to Achieve Happiness and Success.
Next, Robert Duvall’s filmography features some of the greatest movies to come out of Hollywood: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Godfather I & II, Apocalypse Now, Lonesome Dove, and Tender Mercies, for which he earned an Oscar. In his film Get Low, Duvall portrays the town recluse who stages his own “living funeral.” Duvall chats about his fifty-plus-year-career in-studio with Bob.
Then, in his memoir, Open: An Autobiography, Andre Agassi goes well beyond his on-court wins and losses to reveal some big secrets, like how much he hated tennis during the early years of his career. Agassi won eight Grand Slam titles before retiring in 2006. [Broadcast Date: October 4, 2012]
Listen to Open by Andre Agassi.
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