One of our pandemic lockdown projects was starting a podcast.
Our host for The Boardr Bodcast is Scotty Conley, aka The Body. You can find him generally every two weeks with a new episode. It's a variety of guests, from pro skateboarders you know and love, to influential locals from the scene, to random business topics and behind the scenes stuff on our jobs here.
Check it out below or on Apple or Spotify Podcasts.
In this episode, Ryan Clements joins Scotty to discuss the first annual Miami Open that went down this weekend.
In this episode, Scotty talks with old friend Nick Matlin about his early days riding for Dogtown, going to Astro Skate, why Supernaut went out of business, and his insane number of jobs performed in the skate industry.
In this episode, Scotty talks to Lil' Wayne's Young Money Skate Team, aka the SQVAD about skate trips, how they ended up in the company of Mr. Carter, side hustles, and more. This is our first multi-guest episode featuring Tyreek Morrison, Edgar Benitez, Andre Colbert, YD, and Ricky Willis.
In this episode, Scotty talks with old friend Allen Russell about the early days of SPoT, being the first Man Am, his current job building skateparks, and both of their upcoming weddings.
In this episode, Scotty talks with famed pro skateboarder/announcer Tim O'Connor about New Jersey real estate, how Tim transitioned from pro skater to contest announcer, being a family man during Covid times, and the perks of being in Bam's crew.
In this episode, Scotty talks to Jason Rothmeyer about gambling, snakes, action figures, his approach to judging some of the biggest contests in the world, and why Dennis Busenitz is the best.
In this episode, Scotty talks to lifelong friend Steve Brandi about tennis, the early days at SPoT, and the lead up and aftermath of his coming out interview in Thrasher Magazine.
In this episode, Scotty is joined by The 9 Club host Chris Roberts. They discuss the ins and outs of podcasting and how they both failed at Tampa AM, with a special appearance by Larry the Cat.
In this episode, we talk to legendary Tampa bartender Haleigh Barchard about her first time meeting skaters in high school, why she thinks we are cool, The Senator, and which pros gave her the best and worst times behind the bar.
In this episode, we talk to Mike Rogers about defeating cancer as a young kid, skateboarding in the 80's, getting cancer again in his 40's, and how he used his personal story as inspiration to start the Grind For Life organization.
In this episode, we talk to Tampa rapper Big Baby Scumbag about being a skater before he was a musician, other skaters that can rhyme, his Baker fanhood, and how buying a Nascar jacket from a thrift store eventually led to his breakout hit and a trip to the Daytona 500.
In this episode, The Body talks to skater/actor Bo Mitchell about finding skateboarding in his hometown of Aiken, South Carolina, getting discovered by a talent scout at the mall when he was 9 months old, how he was a dick to him on his first trip to Tampa, and how losing a role in Talladega Nights led to him getting a role in Eastbound and Down.
In this episode, we talk to Josh Stewart about his roots in Tampa, some of my favorite Static parts, filming and skating at Tampa Am, and the one time Josh filmed me trying to fly down the old Ybor double set.
In this first episode, we get the backstory on who your host is, Scotty Conley, aka The Body. From Scotty’s early exposure to skateboarding at Skatepark of Tampa and the raw culture of skateboarding he was immersed in there to how things led to The Boardr today, Scotty reflects on it all to bring us to the first episode introducing your host.
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