Thursday, April 6, 2017

Meet the "Pop Surgeons"

We're so excited that episodes are finally starting to appear, and we sincerely hope you're enjoying the show.

There's one episode we recorded that will not be published on our RSS feed, but we went ahead and put in on the YouTube channel and wanted to share it with you here. In this "extended teaser," we're taking the opportunity to introduce ourselves to our listeners, in case you wanted to get to know us a little better.

The official biographies are as follows:

Stacey Fearheiley was born and raised in Nashville, TN.   She grew up watching and critiquing old movies with her dad so much that it became second nature.  She then surrounded herself in high school, college and life with other "like minded" judgementals and has continued analyzing entertainment and pop culture since.  She is an actor, director, writer and former on-air radio personality and still hasn't figured out what she'll be when she grows up.

This is an old photo. It's old. Like us.

Eric Peterson grew up all over the world in a US Navy family, and initially dreamed of a career in the theatre as an actor, director, and writer. However, a job that required him to constantly look for the next job ultimately didn't appeal to him, so after getting his B.A. in Theatre, he started a new career as an educator and consultant in the field of Diversity & Inclusion. But he never stopped loving the stage, or the big screen. Or the small screen, for that matter.

We met when we were cast as twin sister & brother in a play in 1992. We got along so well and so immediately that our cast-mates began to refer to us as the "womb-mates," an homage to the relationship of our characters. Last fall, Stacey informed Eric that she was formulating a New Years' resolution, and that Eric was going to play a big part in it -- and the idea for POPeration! was born.

We get together on random Saturdays and record multiple episodes, and we'll be honest -- we're having a blast. And cracking ourselves up. And learning a lot. And hitting pause whenever Eric's crazy dog decides that she needs to be heard.

Please follow us on Facebook or Twitter, and we'll let you know when we start showing up on Stitcher, iTunes, Google Play, or wherever you search for podcasts.

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