Remix: The Devil’s Landlord of F. Street

Remix: The Devil’s Landlord of F. Street

The media sold her as the little old lady grandma that also turned out to be a serial killer: Dorothea Puente. But the truth was she was a lifetime grifter with a self-curated fiction. The crimes shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone following her – but that was the problem: no one was. Before the Netflix documentary, we had retired Detective John Cabrera on the show to talk us through the whole Dorothea Puente story. And in this Quintana Show Remix, we hear the whole saga from her origins through his discoveries of bodies to him chasing her down you will learn everything you thought you knew was wrong and more…

January 31, 2023

Welcome to the Quintana Show. Q has spent years in the political world so he knows how to ask questions. Listen as we bring you entertaining and insightful interviews from guests across the sports, music, entertainment, and news world. And we didn’t forget you either true crime fans! Listen and subscribe!

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This Song Changed Music Forever: “Believe” by Cher

This Song Changed Music Forever: “Believe” by Cher

Cher is waaaaay bigger than you thought! She has been a pop star, fashion icon, Oscar-winning actress, and cultural phenom since the mid-60s but didn’t have her biggest number 1 until she was 52 years old! Regrouping in London after being dropped by her label Cher worked with an innovative producer and a brand new technology: Auto-Tune to create the smash dance hit “Believe” which became not just her biggest hit, but one of the biggest selling records of all-time!! More than that, she introduced a new technology to the music world, and the music world would never be the same.

January 31, 2023

Welcome to the Quintana Show. Q has spent years in the political world so he knows how to ask questions. Listen as we bring you entertaining and insightful interviews from guests across the sports, music, entertainment, and news world. And we didn’t forget you either true crime fans! Listen and subscribe!

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How the @#$!% Was That a Hit: “My Ding-a-Ling”

How the @#$!% Was That a Hit: “My Ding-a-Ling”

In the summer of 1972, the US was withdrawing forces from Vietnam, there were talks of a mysterious burglary at the Watergate Hotel, the first episode of The Price is Right aired, and for two weeks Chuck Berry’s “My Ding-a-Ling” was the number 1 song in America. It was rock and roll progenitor Berry’s only number 1 and it’s awful! Or is it? Why did it go to number 1? A huge swath of folks in their 30s and 40’s were deeply nostalgic for the 1950s, radio DJs had a massive influence, and don’t forget the stunning work the crowd did singing in rhythm and on key!! Watch as Q and Tim dive in to figure it all out.

January 31, 2023

Welcome to the Quintana Show. Q has spent years in the political world so he knows how to ask questions. Listen as we bring you entertaining and insightful interviews from guests across the sports, music, entertainment, and news world. And we didn’t forget you either true crime fans! Listen and subscribe!

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