Jack Inslee knew he wanted to be a producer for as long as he can remember, and has worked in sound and recording his entire life. At 13 years old, he built a home recording studio in Long Island, producing, recording, writing and releasing thousands of songs for himself and dozens of other local artists. In 2008, he graduated New York University's Music Technology program, combining his self-taught production and editing skills with specialized training in recording technology and media. In 2009, Jack joined Heritage Radio Network, helping co-design the studio and developing the initial lineup of programming. Currently, he is HRN's Producer-at-Large. In addition to his work in radio, Jack produces records, writes original music and runs Full Service Party, a DJ/production collective that has performed at events and festivals nationwide and curates its own stage at the Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival.
MIKE EDISON is the former editor and publisher of High Times magazine. He is a widely acclaimed musician, social critic and journalist, a ferociously dedicated spoken word artist, and a professional wrestler of no small repute. His books include the outrageous memoir I Have Fun Everywhere I Go, the sprawling history of sex on the newsstand Dirty! Dirty! Dirty!, and the X-rated political satire Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie. More recently he collaborated with television personality and restaurateur Joe Bastianich on his New York Times bestselling memoir, Restaurant Man, and co-wrote The Carnivore’s Manifesto with Heritage Radio founder Patrick Martins, named by The Atlantic as one of the best food books of 2014. Edison speaks frequently on free speech, sex, drugs, and the American counterculture, and is “proof positive that one can be both edgy and erudite, lowbrow and literate, and take joy in the unbridled pleasures of the id without sacrificing the higher mind.” (PopMatters.com) His new book, You Are a Complete Disappointment, will be published in Spring 2016. Please visit him at www.mikeedison.com.
Patrick Martins was born in New York City's Mount Sinai Hospital on February 10th, 1972. Later, he received a Masters' Degree in Performance Studies at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Patrick works with an excellent team to run a distribution business for heritage breeds of livestock and poultry. In 2019, The New York Times wrote that Heritage Foods is “— the company at the forefront of the nonindustrial meat movement —”. Patrick is a founder of Slow Food USA and the Heritage Radio Network and author of the Carnivore's Manifesto published by Little, Brown. In 2004 he and a friend produced the New York City Trivia Game. Patrick is a host of the podcast and radio show The Main Course O.G.