Dennis Quaid Has a Great Podcast 'The Dennissance' Check it Out!

Tonight, the one and only Dennis Quaid joined the Tim Conway Jr. Show to discuss his new podcast series. We could all use some good news during these difficult times. What a super cool guy! A movie star you know.

We all know Hollywood icon Dennis Quaid from his movies but now he can add interview talk show host to his long list of accolades.

Defining the modern day renaissance man, the actor, producer, director, singer and songwriter has partnered with Audio Up founder/CEO Jared Gutstadt to release his first podcast interview series appropriately titled,The Dennissance

The Dennissance is a raw, unfiltered and in-depth podcast series that will have Quaid interviewing a long list of high profile actors, politicians, personalities, musicians, and innovative business leadersThe show’s first guest is country music-superstar, Billy Ray Cyrus. 

Listen to the podcast HERE.

“I’m just as excited about what Audio Up is doing in the audio and podcast space as I was when I first moved to California to pursue acting” said Quaid. “What we are doing brings together so many of the things I love, blending stories, music, and insightful conversations across all genres. We are going to bring back the concept album by telling stories around records, much like the albums, Red Headed Stranger or Sgt. Pepper. Great ideas always come back around.”

Audio Up founder and CEO Jared Gutstadt added, “I do believe that we are living in a renaissance of Dennis right now. 2019 was a such a strong year for him with multiple films, television shows and his own Esurance ads. Podcasting is just another level that we are stacking on top. At this moment, a lot of people are struggling with connecting to the outside world. We hope that Dennis's voice will just be another beacon for people to look to during these dark times.”

Last week, Quaid introduced the podcast in the form of a hilarious, nearly two-minute promo video, timed appropriately to April Fool’s Day. Explaining to viewers why the podcast will only be available via cassette tape, Quaid reveals the perfect way to listen – via Walkman - and tests it out himself while working out shirtless. A phone number appears on the screen, which Quaid encourages fans to text in order to receive eight cassette tapes (matching eight episodes) in the mail, a testament to the quirky nature of the show as well as Audio Up’s innovative marketing strategies. Billboard online premiered the trailer last week which can be viewed HERE

Take a listen to our interview, me and my new buddy Dennis Quaid

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