This is a special 2-part episode. Part 1 Janna Lopez interviews Patrice about Frank, life, loss, and love. Part 2, Guest Host Ty Hitzemann goes deeper into the Frank Zappa vaults of music, art, Patrice’s husband singer Nolan Porter, and the Zappa family.

Gabrielle Glaser is the author of “American Baby: A Mother, A Child, and the Shadow History of Adoption,” which tells the shocking truth about postwar adoption in America through the bittersweet story of one teenager, the son she was forced to relinquish, and their lifelong search to find each other.

John works as a wilderness guide specializing in outdoor education and self-awareness by enhancing the powerful human connection with nature, while navigating some of the most wild and remote places in existence. As the owner of Rocky Mountain Backpacking, an outdoor adventure company based out of Santa Fe, New Mexico, John strives to share his passion for the natural world.

No one knows Los Angeles like Hollywood location scout and director Jason Wisch. He’s a City of Angels native, but has also traveled the world. Between his love of photography, keen eye for what works on camera, and his motto, “I have never been to a place that I can’t find something I like” made him a perfect candidate as a location scout.

Eddie Martinez’s amazing musical career as a guitar player began in the 1960’s. He’s recorded and toured with dozens of legendary musicians representing numerous styles including Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, David Lee Roth, Mick Jagger, RUN-DMC, Blondie, Meat Loaf, and Robert Palmer, to name a few.

Renee Terrill is a highly sought-after spiritual psychic medium and intuitive counselor. Renee has been offering intuitive readings and psychic medium sessions for nearly 25 years.

In this episode I candidly talk with “Bernie,” a 30-year veteran of a metropolitan city’s police force.

Utilizing a broad mix of art media and techniques—including murals, prints, graphic design, drawing, and music collage—Ashley Montague creates pieces cut from the richest mental fabrics.

Michelle Sorro, former TV Host turned high six-figure Heart Centered Entrepreneur and Transformational Trainer, shares real talks with global game changers, spiritual luminaries, and high-performance experts in her Fire and Soul a weekly podcast filled with spiritual principles, personal development and business guidance.

In this fascinating conversation with Tim Proctor, a licensed funeral director and embalmer, we talk about death, guilt, the strangest thing he’s seen as a mortician, and how death informs life and identity