We're joined by Christian Jacobs, aka MC Bat Commander. He's the frontman for the SoCal band The Aquabats. The band got their start in the ska scene in the mid 1990s. Today, they perform as a genre-bending, family-friendly band with a lot of theatrics, costumes and pageantry. Christian is also the co-creator of the The Aquabats! Super Show! and the beloved children's program Yo Gabba Gabba. Their latest album, "Kooky Spooky... In Stereo" continues the band's tradition of great rock sounds with superhero-themed fun! Christian joins Bullseye with guest host Jordan Morris to talk about his earliest musical memories, the theatrics of punk music and the origin of the band's name. Plus, we'll learn about how they booked their first show before writing a single song!
Episode #10 with Christian Jacobs aka MC Bat Commander from The Aquabats!
The Rick Thorne Show
On this episode I chat with musician, skater, television producer, voice actor and former child actor, Chrisitian Jacobs, aka the MC Bat Commander from the band The Aquabats!. We talk about when and how his band The Aquabats! was formed and what's coming up with the band, and how skateboarding and punk rock had a huge influence on him growing up as a kid. Also we talk about his career as an actor as a kid and all the movies and tv shows he starred in like 'Gleaming The Cube', 'Pretty In Pink' and 'Married With Children'. Plus we talk about the tv show he co-created, the award-winning televison series 'Yo Gabba Gabba!'. And we chat about the new season of his other show he created, 'The Aquabats! Supershow'. Make sure to follow him and The Aquabats! and check them out if they're playing in your town. Christian is a perfect example to never limit yourself to doing just one thing in life, so listen now to his stories of how he lives a healthy PMA (positive mental attitude) lifestyle and his approach on continually accomplishing his dreams. Stay Rad.
Episode #67 - Interview with Christian Jacobs the M.C. Bat Commander of The Aquabats
Bill & Dave's Excellent Podcast - DavidEastham.com
Christian Jacobs the M.C. Bat Commander of The Aquabats! calls in! We get caught up to speed on all things The Aquabats! Their extremely successful Kickstarter campaign, a new album, their new The Aquabats! Super Show! web series, their set at Riot Fest in Chicago, and more!Twitter: @theaquabatsInsta: @theaquabatsWeb: theaquabats.comKickstarter: bringbacktheaquabats.comIMDB: Christian JacobsYouTube: The Aquabats!
Episode 130 - Rebecca Hanson + The Aquabats' Christian Jacobs
The Damn Dirty Drive-In
On this episode of the Revival League Podcast, the gang chats with Rebecca Hanson -- also known as Gypsy and Synthia -- on the set of season 12 of MST3K! And Ron and Kate chat with Christian Jacobs of the Aquabats! Plus, Greg, Ron and Erik sample Fitz's Hip-Hop Pop to see if Missouri can bring the funk (spoiler: it can't). All this and way too much kazoo music, on this week's episode of the Revival League Podcast!(This podcast does not represent Alternaversal, Shout Factory or the Kickstarter campaign in any official capacity). EDITOR’S NOTE: In June 2019, this podcast merged with the Damn Dirty Geeks Podcast and became The Damn Dirty Drive-in. These are our classic back catalog episodes, dating back to March 2016. Please enjoy! The new Drive-In podcast opens for business with original sketches, movie discussions, interviews, weird food tastings and more at Episode 168.
“Picture Perfect” ( Chris O’Neal & Christian Jacobs), Episode 115
Shooting the Shiznit
It’s time for a brand new episode of “Shootin The Shiznit.” “Picture Perfect” (Christian Jacobs & Chris O’Neal) join Brian Tramel for episode 115. This is the third show in our “Memphis in May” series. Both guys talk about how they started as fans, training to be a wrestler, tagging with other guys, forming “Picture Perfect,” Chris joining the team, Memphis Wrestling, working WWE shows, two funny WWE stories, two stories with BT and more ! 41 minute packed episode !
Yo Gabba Gabba! was the first punk rock preschool show ever. When their radical series idea was rejected at every pitch, creators Scott Schultz and Christian Jacobs did a very punk rock thing and made the pilot themselves! Soon, kids and families worldwide were busting out their Dancey Dance moves! Scott and Christian talk with Hector about their DIY journey, their love of weird midnight movies, The Aquabats! Super Show!, and that damn arcade game at 7-Eleven that took all their quarters.