Ugh! You're So Good!

By Scott Hoying and Rozzi

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In search of what makes people the best at what they do, Scott Hoying & Rozzi join forces in a hilariously engaging, irreverent exploration of what creates and drives success. The two chat with 12 different masters of their unique crafts across twenty-six 20 minute episodes, giving a revealing look into what prompts creativity and makes them... so good. Guests include Michelle Kwan, Jonathan Van Ness, Christina Perri, Kevin Olusola, Rickey Minor, amongst many more. Scott Hoying is a three-time Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter from multi-platinum selling group, Pentatonix. He is a member of Forbes 30 Under 30 list, is Emmy-nominated, and has headlined arenas around the world. Rozzi is an acclaimed singer-songwriter who has collaborated and toured with innumerable artists including Kendrick Lamar, Maroon 5, Pusha T, Kelly Clarkson, and Don Henley. Recently signed to S-Curve Records, she has a new album coming in 2020. Instagram: @ughyouresogood @scotthoying @thisisrozzi

Episode Date
Betty Who: Smoke a Joint, Get Over It, Tomorrow's a New Day (pt. 1)
1796

Australian pop-star Betty Who tells Scott and Rozzi about going viral in college, the painful breakup with her record label, and finding her power as an independent artist. With a number one song and a devoted fan base, Betty shares the behind the scenes stories of her beginnings as a songwriter, life on the road, and her relentless focus.


Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Aug 11, 2020
Shoshana Bean: Time Is a Healer and a Revealer (pt. 2)
1427

Broadway star and recording artist Shoshana Bean tells Scott & Rozzi about ‘upper limiting’ herself, camaraderie with other singers, and where her flawless vocal technique came from. She expresses both the joys and struggles of releasing her songs under her own record label, and her powerful commitment to finishing what she starts. 


Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Aug 06, 2020
Shoshana Bean: Time Is a Healer and a Revealer (pt. 1)
1400

Broadway star and recording artist Shoshana Bean tells Scott & Rozzi about ‘upper limiting’ herself, camaraderie with other singers, and where her flawless vocal technique came from. She expresses both the joys and struggles of releasing her songs under her own record label, and her powerful commitment to finishing what she starts. 


Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Aug 04, 2020
Jonathan Van Ness: Nothing Is Broken Beyond Repair (pt. 2)
1301

Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness continues his discussion with Scott & Rozzi about growing up in rural Illinois, refusing to give in to gender norms, and chasing his ice-skating dreams. He shares how his high tolerance for rejection helped him find major success as a hair stylist, comedian, author, activist, and podcaster.


Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 30, 2020
Jonathan Van Ness: Nothing Is Broken Beyond Repair (pt. 1)
1209

Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness tells Scott & Rozzi about growing up in rural Illinois, refusing to give in to gender norms, and chasing his ice-skating dreams. He shares how his high tolerance for rejection helped him find major success as a hair stylist, comedian, author, activist, and podcaster.


Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 28, 2020
Rickey Minor: No Bad Days (pt. 2)
1430

Famed musical director Rickey Minor continues his discussion with Scott & Rozzi about going from being a kid in Monroe, Louisiana to working with Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, and Alicia Keys. The bandleader for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, musical director for The Academy Awards, and Beyonce’s right hand man for her Super Bowl performance, the legend among legends shares how gratitude taught him to have “no bad days”.

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 23, 2020
Rickey Minor: No Bad Days (pt. 1)
1564

Famed musical director Rickey Minor tells Scott & Rozzi how he went from being a kid in Monroe, Louisiana to working with Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, and Alicia Keys. The bandleader for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, musical director for The Academy Awards, and Beyonce’s right hand man for her Super Bowl performance, the legend among legends shares how gratitude taught him to have “no bad days”.

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 21, 2020
Scott & Rozzi Take The Enneagram Test
1560

On a break from guests, Scott & Rozzi take the famed Enneagram personality test together. The two discuss their natures and temperaments through intimate, revealing questions and laugh over the findings. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 16, 2020
Paul Nicklen: Born To Ice
1962

National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen tells Scott & Rozzi how he went from a colorblind kid on Baffin Island, to a Photography Hall of Fame inductee. Through his stories about drinking whiskey with wild bears, surviving multiple plane crashes, and treating his own broken leg in the wilderness, Paul expresses the importance of acknowledging progress, while never giving up on the future. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 14, 2020
Dr. William Dixon: Taking The Pulse on COVID-19
2710

In a special edition of the podcast, Scott & Rozzi speak with Stanford ER attending Dr. William Dixon about COVID-19. Dr. Dixon, a graduate of Princeton University and University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Medical School, shares his experience from the front lines of the pandemic and shares the best ways to help. Dr. Dixon asks anyone able to donate to SNMA, an organization that supports current and future underrepresented minority medical students. Donate here: https://snma.org/donations/

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 12, 2020
Isabella Boylston: Raise The Barre (pt. 2)
1297

Prima ballerina Isabella Boylston continues her discussion of the incredible physical toll and time commitment required to become a principle dancer at renowned American Ballet Theatre. Talking of sexism, body shaming, and love of the craft, Isabella, Scott, & Rozzi share personal stories and drink red wine in Isabella’s Brooklyn apartment. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 09, 2020
Isabella Boylston: Raise The Barre (pt. 1)
1342

Prima ballerina Isabella Boylston discusses the incredible physical toll and time commitment required to become a principle dancer at renowned American Ballet Theatre. Talking of sexism, body shaming, and love of the craft, Isabella, Scott, & Rozzi share personal stories and drink red wine in Isabella’s Brooklyn apartment. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 07, 2020
Bobby Berk: No Dead Ends (pt. 2)
1106

Interior design expert and member of the Fab Five on Netflix’s Queer Eye, Bobby Berk continues an alcohol-fueled conversation with Scott & Rozzi. From living in his car to worldwide celebrity, Bobby tells an incredible story of escaping his past and never giving up on his dreams. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jul 02, 2020
Bobby Berk: No Dead Ends (pt. 1)
1202

Interior design expert and member of the Fab Five on Netflix’s Queer Eye, Bobby Berk joins Scott & Rozzi for an alcohol-fueled conversation. From living in his car to worldwide celebrity, Bobby tells an incredible story of escaping his past and never giving up on his dreams. 

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jun 30, 2020
EG Daily: 1000 Voices (pt. 2)
1602

The voice of Tommy Pickles (Rugrats) and Buttercup (The Powerpuff Girls), EG Daily continues her unbelievable story of a lifelong career in Hollywood. From wrestling stunts to singing heavy metal, EG shares how empathy and saying ‘yes’ can make magic happen and dreams come true.

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jun 25, 2020
EG Daily: 1000 Voices (pt. 1)
1347

The voice of Tommy Pickles (Rugrats) and Buttercup (The Powerpuff Girls), EG Daily tells her unbelievable story of a lifelong career in Hollywood. From wrestling stunts to singing heavy metal, EG shares how empathy and saying ‘yes’ can make magic happen and dreams come true.

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jun 23, 2020
Kevin Olusola: Extraordinary & Uncommon (pt. 2)
1288

3x Grammy award winner Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix continues the conversation about the immigrant mentality that fueled his remarkable success, both as the world’s most famous beatboxer, and as a Yale pre-med graduate. Fluent in Mandarin and a gifted cellist, saxophonist, and pianist, Kevin is the embodiment of hard work and what it takes to get ugh, so good.

Jun 18, 2020
Kevin Olusola: Extraordinary & Uncommon (pt. 1)
1626

3x Grammy award winner Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix discusses the immigrant mentality that fueled his remarkable success, both as the world’s most famous beatboxer, and as a Yale pre-med graduate. Fluent in Mandarin and a gifted cellist, saxophonist, and pianist, Kevin is the embodiment of hard work and what it takes to get ugh, so good.

Recorded and Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

Jun 16, 2020
Adam Rippon: The Power of Delusion (pt. 2)
1198

Olympic medalist Adam Rippon picks up where he left off in Part 1 with a riotous discussion on determination, work ethic, and ice-skating as a kid in Scranton. Fueled by margaritas, Adam shares both smart tips for success and spicy gossip. 

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge



May 28, 2020
Adam Rippon: The Power of Delusion (pt. 1)
1210

Olympic medalist Adam Rippon joins Scott & Rozzi for a riotous discussion on determination, work ethic, and ice-skating as a kid in Scranton. Fueled by margaritas, Adam shares both smart tips for success and spicy gossip.

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge


May 26, 2020
Christina Perri: A Cinderella Story (pt. 2)
1775

Singer-songwriter Christina Perri (“Jar of Hearts”, “A Thousand Years”) picks up where she left off in Part 1 with her incredible Cinderella Story. A hilarious and unbelievable tale, Christina reveals to Scott and Rozzi what catapulted her from cocktail waitress to superstar overnight, and how she’s been able to maintain and grow that success ever since.

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

May 21, 2020
Christina Perri: A Cinderella Story (pt. 1)
2100

Singer-songwriter Christina Perri discusses her international hit songs “Jar of Hearts” and “A Thousand Years” through the lens of her incredible Cinderella Story. A hilarious and unbelievable tale, Christina reveals to Scott and Rozzi what catapulted her from cocktail waitress to superstar overnight, and how she’s been able to maintain and grow that success ever since.

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

May 19, 2020
Meet Scott and Rozzi (pt. 2)
1475

Scott Hoying of Pentatonix and singer-songwriter Rozzi pick up where they left off in Part 1 with a one-on-one conversation about their childhood memories, careers, and the bad songs they wrote in college. Aided by a couple of drinks, the two have an open, insightful and irreverent conversation on what it takes to become really good at something. 

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge

May 14, 2020
Meet Scott and Rozzi (pt. 1)
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Scott Hoying of Pentatonix and singer-songwriter Rozzi debut their podcast with a one-on-one conversation about their childhood memories, careers, and the bad songs they wrote in college. Aided by a couple of drinks, the two have an open, insightful and irreverent conversation about what it takes to become really good at something. 

Recorded & Engineered by Jacob Prestidge


May 12, 2020
Trailer
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Scott and Rozzi introduce Ugh! You're So Good!

May 06, 2020