Ep. 46 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Gavin Rossdale

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill speaks to Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale about his 30-year-long career, his love of making music, getting back on tour, and crafting a spectacle you can't take your eyes off. Gavin also shares how living the rock star life comes with a cost no one sees coming and how he has learned to turn criticism to his advantage.

Wynonna Judd on Losing her Mother, Naomi Judd: 'She Was Not Her Disease'

In a recent episode of "The Pulse With Bill Anderson," country legend Wynonna Judd talked to Bill about the grief of losing her mother Naomi Judd, and being determined to help the stigma of her passing dissipate. Wynonna also explained that the reason she shares these struggles is to help other people not feel so alone.

Ep. 45 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Sheila E.

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill speaks to a music trailblazer. Sheila E. talks to Bill about her years collaborating with Prince and reminisces about how he helped her release her first Album. The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Vivica A. Fox, Bill Bellamy, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Ep. 44 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Wynonna Judd

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Country legend Wynonna Judd tells Bill why after losing her mother Naomi Judd, she is back on the road touring so soon and how she is healing through the music. Wynonna also talks about why her family remains so open about mental health challenges following the death of her mom. Nothing is off the table in Bill’s conversation with Wynonna Judd. The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Vivica A. Fox, Bill Bellamy, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Ep. 43 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Troy Vincent Sr.

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill is joined by former NFL All-Pro and current NFL Executive Troy Vincent. Troy talks to Bill about why it is important for him not to be an “armless chair” in his role as an NFL Executive. Troy shares with Bill how the abuse he watched his mother endure during his youth has shaped him in many ways as an adult. Troy stresses the importance of mentoring and sharing your stories, especially for those in high positions.

Ep. 42 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Treach and Flex Alexander

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill is joined by Naughty By Nature’s “Treach” and actor Flex Alexander. Treach talks to Bill about being part of Hip Hop History and why he believes some audiences are not comfortable seeing Hip Hop Stars growing into other roles as they get older. Flex and Treach also speak about their current roles on the New Jack City Live Tour and what it is like stepping into those iconic roles.

Ep. 41 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Kevin Eubanks

This week on The Pulse with Bill Anderson, Bill is joined by longtime Tonight Show Musical Director Kevin Eubanks. Kevin talks about his love of music, the challenges of launching a new show, growing up in Philly, working with Jay Leno and much more.

DJ Jazzy Jeff on his friendship with Will Smith

Iconic DJ & producer DJ Jazzy Jeff talks about his decades-long friendship with Will Smith, saying "I don't know anyone who has walked a straighter line than him." Jeff recounts the aftermath of the Oscars' slap, and he dives deep into his reaction to Will's very revealing autobiography.

Ep. 40 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Steve-O

Steve-O sits down with Bill to talk about his career. Since launching in February of 2022, The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy, Jeff, Vivica A. Fox, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Amanda Seales on Misusing One's Platform For Superficial Reasons

Some moments on The Pulse With Bill Anderson just can’t fit in the show due to time. In this The Pulse Overtime outtake, TV & radio personality Amanda Seales explains why she feels that a lot of people with a platform misuse it for superficial reasons, instead of taking their opportunity to speak on greater issues.

Ep. 39 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Bill Bellamy

Comedian, Actor, and Host Bill Bellamy joins Bill Anderson in this episode of The Pulse. Bill talks about what it was like being part of the phenomenon that was MTV in the 90’s, how the classic “booty call” phrase came to be, his current tour, and much more. Since launching in February of 2022, The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy, Jeff, Vivica A. Fox, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Ep. 38 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Brad Williams

Comedian Brad Williams joins Bill Anderson in this episode of The Pulse. Brad talks about how he got his start in comedy and what it is like being looked at as the spokesperson for all little people. Is that a title he really wants? Brad also talks about how his father helped him deal with being different and what it is like for him now being a dad. Since launching in February of 2022, The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, DJ Jazzy, Jeff, Vivica A. Fox, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Amanda Seales on Holding Celebrities Accountable

Comedian and TV & radio host Amanda Seales feels very comfortable holding celebrities and recognizable people accountable for things they say and do, including calling them out by name for things she considers especially egregious.

Ep. 37 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: DJ Jazzy Jeff

Iconic DJ and Producer DJ Jazzy Jeff joins Bill Anderson in this episode of The Pulse. Jeff talks about his career in music and how he dealt with the fame from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air TV show. Jeff was not always ready to embrace his new fans. Jeff tells Bill about another famous musician who changed his feelings about his “new” fans. Also, Jeff talks to Bill about Will Smith and “getting old in Hip Hop.” That is all in this episode of The Pulse.

Ep. 36 The Pulse with Bill Anderson: Amanda Seales

Comedian, Talk Show Host, Actress and Influencer Amanda Seales joins Bill Anderson in this episode of The Pulse. Amanda talks about her career and why it is important to her to use her voice on any number of topics. Since launching in February of 2022, The Pulse has welcomed names like Marlon and Tito Jackson, Macy Gray, Vivica A. Fox, Jay Mohr, Jerry O’Connell, Star Jones, Mo’Nique, Craig Ferguson, Darryl McDaniels, Iyanla Vanzant, Kyla Pratt, Kenny Lattimore, Bernard Hopkins, Lavar Ball and more. In addition to the Podcast The Pulse airs on TV in Philadelphia every Monday night at 6:30pm on FOX 29 as well as airing every Monday on FOX Soul.

Master P: 'I Leave Hip-Hop to Young People'

Master P talks to Bill Anderson about feeling like rap culture did not allow artists to grow beyond their success in music, and as a result, "You're only as big as your last record." Master P also shares how he set out to evolve past that by setting up his own company and building generational wealth while leaving hip-hop to young people.

Jerry O'Connell on the Effect 'Stand By Me' Had On His Life

Actor and "Pictionary" host Jerry O'Connell talks to Bill Anderson about starring in the beloved classic "Stand by Me," and how surprisingly little effect the movie had on his life when he was still a child actor. Jerry also credits "Stand by Me" for being married to actress and model Rebecca Romijn.