Ep. 285: "Indie-pendence" with Cameron Esposito, Wil Wheaton, Bill Plympton & Melissa Etheridge | Live Wire Radio
Ep. 285: "Indie-pendence"
Cameron Esposito, Wil Wheaton, Bill Plympton & Melissa Etheridge
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In a special "best of" show all about doing things your way, comic Cameron Esposito comes up with a completely original pronunciation for "guacamole," actor and gamer Wil Wheaton reads erotic fan fiction, animator Bill Plympton describes the awesomeness that happens when an artist doesn't have to answer to anyone, and Melissa Etheridge brings a song from her first independent album.

Cameron Esposito
Cameron is a regular on Chelsea Lately and has appeared at festivals across the country, including TBS’ Just for Laughs Chicago, SXSW, the Aspen Rooftop and Bridgetown Comedy Festivals. She is also the brains and voice behind revolutionary standup podcast Put Your Hands Together.

Wil Wheaton
Wil Wheaton is an actor and writer best know for his roles on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Stand By Me, The Big Bang Theory, The Guild, and, of course, Toy Soldiers.

Bill Plympton
Known as the king of indie animation, two-time Oscar nominee Bill Plympton has hand-drawn nine feature films. His latest feature, Cheatin' is about a woman who proves the depth of her love by enlisting the help of a disgraced magician to take the form of her husband's mistresses

Melissa Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge is kind of a big deal. Over her 25-year musical career, her smoky vocals and confessional lyrics have helped her sell over 10 million records and win multiple Grammy awards. Her twelfth album, M.E. is available now.