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the DiRT is hosted by Marie Lanza w/ Barry Funkhouser. It’s a variety chat show where no topic is off limits. Hear thought provoking talk, news and so much more!

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ABOUT MARIE LANZA

Marie Lanza is an author and radio producer/personality. She became part of the Sirius XM network in 2004 and left the network in February 2013. She could be heard in a variety of roles on various channels. Her voice was heard in imaging, promos, and weekly DVD Reviews. As a producer, Marie was part of some of the most unforgettable moments in radio, has booked breaking news interviews, created segments and brought topics that have become infamous among audiences.

Marie has produced remote shows in Hawaii, New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Vegas, Reno and The Playboy Mansion. Marie is most humbled to have had the honor to visit and broadcast from Fort Irwin for the Troops. She’s been featured on A&E’s Gene Simmons Family Jewels, BRAVO’s Orange County Housewives, PBTV and in March 2012 was named Industry Woman of the Month in XBIZ Magazine.

Currently, Marie can be heard on her radio show, The DiRT, available on iHeart Radio, Spreaker, and other various outlets. In 2013, Marie began her ongoing e-series The Colony. In 2014, she released her novel Fractured: Outbreak ZOM-813, and in 2016 part 2, Fractured: The Other Side. This series was picked up by the publishing house, Severed Press. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband and daughter.

For more on Marie Lanza visit her website.

 

ABOUT BARRY FUNKHOUSER

On July 13, 1981, the world met Barry Funkhouser, a future radio DJ and host with the most obviously made-up name ever. He got started with social media, like everybody else, on Friendster, but went on to create profiles on most of today’s popular sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, but not Google Plus, because nobody uses that shit. As the world of broadcasting began to faulter, a brilliant light was cast upon the world, and internet radio was created and Barry Funkhouser was pleased. For it was good.  He currently works for Iheartradio and hates writing bios. He loves long walks on the beach and lives with his two cats and a wild boar in Los Angeles.

#SaveBarrysBrain *written by Brian Parra and CJ Clarke