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Then and Now With Brad Sham

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The iconic voice of America’s Team comes to VOKAL MEDIA with a show that goes beyond the usual Xs and Os and gets to the heart of the people who make sports a passion for all of us. “The purpose of the podcast series is to showcase the diverse interests of those I interview and break stereotypes. I want listeners to get past the public persona and get to know the person”, says Brad.

The 2018 season will be Brad’s 40th with the Dallas Cowboys. He knows alot because he’s seen alot. No one can bridge “Then And Now” like Brad Sham.

Emmitt Smith  As Cowboys Hall Of Fame running back Emmitt Smith approaches 50, #22 reflects back on his life and the decisions he made that led him to where he is today.

Sean Lee  Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee joins Brad to talk about his beginnings in the league and what drives him to succeed.

Rod Marinelli  Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli tells Brad how his philosophies prepare players for life after football.

Jeff Pearlman   Best  selling author and reporter Jeff Pearlman talks with Brad about his latest book: “Football for a Buck, The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL”. The book is outrageous and hysterical!  Get your copy today on Amazon Football for a Buck: The Crazy Rise and Crazier Demise of the USFL by Jeff Pearlman

Gary Myers Former Dallas Morning News Cowboys beat writer Gary Myers sits down with Brad to discuss his new book “How ‘Bout Them Cowboys?”
How ‘Bout Them Cowboys by Gary Myers

Troy Aikman  Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman talks baseball, meditation and what’s next after broadcasting.

Travis Frederick The Cowboys center opens up to Brad about the illness, gillium barre syndrome, that sidelined his season. Prepare to be inspired.

Al Michaels  Brad sits down to chat with the legendary broadcaster, Al Michaels, to talk football.

Bob Lilly “Mr. Cowboy” talks about life in the NFL when he was drafted and a rookie with the Cowboys and how much the game has changed since he played.

Dak Prescott  The current Dallas QB connects his leadership courses at Mississippi State to his current role as leader of the Cowboys.

Michael Irvin Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin open up on what it means to turn 50 and his relationship with Coach Tom Landry.

Will McClay Cowboys VP and Assistant Director of Player Personnel Will McClay joins Brad to talk about constructing the roster and how he became known as “The Jones Whisperer.”

Darren Woodson Former Cowboys DB Darren Woodson talks about what drove him as a player that ultimately led to the Cowboys Ring Of Honor. Plus, the one thing that still eats at him to this day.

The Musers- (from The Ticket) They’ve been a Dallas radio institution for a quarter century, and Craig Miller and George Dunham take it back to where it all began with Brad Sham. WATCH THE VIDEO

Dale Hansen  Dallas sportscaster and former Cowboys broadcaster Dale Hansen joins his former partner to discuss his early years in broadcasting.

Tony Romo  Brad talks with former Dallas Cowboys QB and current CBS broadcaster Tony Romo about life after football. Plus, how his playing career prepared him to talk to his kids about success and failure.

Daryl Johnston  Brad talks with Daryl about his role on those Cowboys teams in the ’90s, his relationship with Emmitt and his transition from the playing field to the broadcast booth.

Drew Pearson The Original 88 looks back at his playing career, getting booed in Philly last year and the moment that changed his life forever.

Charlotte Jones Anderson  As the host of the 2018 NFL Draft, Charlotte Jones Anderson talks about the process of securing and planning the three-day event.

Verne Lundquist Broadcasting legend Verne Lundquist joins Brad Sham to talk about the early years of his career in Dallas all the way to his farewell tour through the SEC.

Eric Nadel The legendary voice of the Rangers joins the legendary voice of the Cowboys.

Roger Staubach Brad sits down with Captain America about his early days with the Cowboys and the time he gave his GM a heart attack.

DeMarcus Ware One of the all-time Cowboy greats joins Brad Sham to reminisce about his career as “The Grinch” and a memorable game in New Orleans.

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