The Meyer Chronicles

The Meyer Chronicles, hosted by Hollywood executive producer Andy Meyer and television and music producer Jon Rubin, takes listeners on a journey behind the scenes of the film and music industries. Over his 50 year career, Meyer produced films and cult classics such as "The Breakfast Club," Sting’s Grammy Award-winning film, “Bring on the Night,” "Fried Green Tomatoes," "Better off Dead," "Breaking In," "One Crazy Summer," "Birdy," "The Milagro Beanfield War," and many others. The Meyer Chronicles shares the inside scoop on making iconic films and projects. From being the head of Robert Redford’s Wildwood Production company to Norman Lear’s Act III Production company to founding the film division of Herb Alpert’s A&M Records, Andy has seen it all and is now ready to share it all with you! The Meyer Chronicles is edited by two-time Emmy Award Winner Shasta Ford.
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    May 21, 2021



    The throwback episode provides an inspirational message giving hope to the younger generations to give back and try and make a difference, much like Andy as a young high school and college student! Join Andy Meyer and Jon Rubin on a journey back in time with visually enticing descriptions of Andy’s parents’, “bright yellow, linoleum, rotary phone in the 1950’s kitchen,” and “the bullhorn at The Grateful Dead Concert at Bucknell in Davis Stadium.”


    From Mafia-esque encounters with the one-and-only Jimmy Hoffa, to transporting suitcases of money after the Bucknell Concerts, Andy recalls his days on the Bucknell Concert Committee transitioning from being “student 7962” to suddenly becoming a one-manned COMMITTEE. Andy and Jon look back at the legacy Andy created by booking memorable, historic, and wildly popular concerts at the little Bucknell University with 2,500 students with insanely popular bands like: The Grateful Dead, The Band, The Beach Boys, Sly and The Family Stone, Donovan, Levon Helm, Miles Davis, The Association, Judy Collins, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, and Robbie Robertson! Andy even ingeniously included the students 30 minutes down the road from Penn!


    Tune in to learn what happened when Sly and the Family Stone demanded $2,500 cash before performing and who Andy had to get involved to make it happen. Andy explains why he ended up in the geographical location he was in and the history that played into him writing Dancing in the Seats, which was published by Billboard and put him on A&M Records’ rad

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    January 12, 2021

    In this episode of The Meyer Chronicles Andrew Meyer interviews Emmy award-winning, Travel Expert for CBS Sunday morning and the host of the hugely popular Travel Detective Podcast series about… not what you think.


    Andrew Meyer interviews Peter Greenberg about his first job in 1971 when Andrew hired Peter to be a college rep for A&M Records in the midwest. Craziness ensues including having to buy dope for Cheech and Chong and… a very young Peter Greenberg asks…”how can I expense it”. And there is so much more. Enjoy!


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  • #5 – Fried Green Tomatoes

    January 12, 2021

    “Secret’s in the Sauce!”


    In this podcast Executive Producer Andrew Meyer talks about the making of Fried Green Tomatoes and how he believes that the movie would have never been without a bit of “luck”. He also talks about the five years it took to make the film, shooting through the rainiest summer in Georgia in 25 years, and how they started shooting even though they didn’t have enough money to make the film!


    Tune in to hear all the stories on The Meyer Chronicles: Fried Green Tomatoes.

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  • Andy MeyerHost

    Andy has over 30 years’ experience as an entertainment industry executive, film producer and educator. He has served as the President of Herb Alpert and ...

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  • Jon RubinHost

    Since 1999, Jon Rubin has been developing and producing pop culture-based television programming for Vh1/MTV, truTV, People Magazine’s digital network and most recently NBC, where ...

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  • Peter Greenberg Guest

    A multiple Emmy-winning investigative reporter and producer, Peter Greenberg is America’s most recognized, honored, and respected front-line travel news journalist. Known in the travel industry as “The Travel Detective,” he is the Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning. The consummate insider on reporting the travel business as news, Peter Greenberg hosts the public television show The Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg. The series offers 27 half-hour episodes that seek to empower audiences with travel news, must-have information, insider tips known only to a select few, and hidden gem destinations not found in traditional guidebooks or brochures.