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Beyond The Fame with Jason Fraley
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley picks the brains of the most influential filmmakers, musicians and artists of our time in the new podcast “Beyond the Fame with Jason Fraley!” Based in the nation's capital, Jason has interviewed just about every famous figure you can imagine: Aretha Franklin, Carol Burnett, Garth Brooks, Jerry Seinfeld, the list is endless! You’ve heard the highlights on the radio, but this is your chance to hear in-depth conversations about what makes these creative geniuses tick. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Google, Podcast DC or Spotify.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 15 ratings
Exceptional Podcast
Jason’s interviewing skills, preparedness and ability to make his guests feel comfortable and willing to be open about their lives and career make this podcast a great listen.
J Palumbo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/21
Excellent job
As a former podcast host, I have to say you were very good. Your interview with ann wilson was professional, the questions you ask are intelligent, and you have an excellent radio voice and personality. Keep it going
RadicalDelusion via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/21
Beyond the Frame
Jason Fraley knows and loves movies and that shines through in this podcast. Great interviews. If you love movies, you need to put this pod in your rotation.
The Grandstander via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 01/21/22
WTOP Entertainment Editor Jason Fraley celebrate National DJ Day with hip-hop legend Grandmaster Flash, who pioneered the genre with his 1982 hit "The Message" and later became the first hip-hop artist inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. They spoke in 2020 when he played the...
Published 01/20/22
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