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Michael Miley, Drummer for Rival Sons
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ABOUT THE PODCAST
The Catholic Man Show started in May of 2016 when Adam Minihan and David Niles realized, after running a Catholic radio station in Tulsa, the need for Catholic radio programs for men. Real, relatable, and often comical, Adam and David have a conversation promoting the lost art of living virtuously.
David is a cradle Catholic, born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He attended All Saints Catholic grade school and Bishop Kelley high school before studying finance at the University of Central Oklahoma. During his college years, while maintaining his Catholic identity, David stopped practicing his faith.
Adam is the Vice President of an award-winning local Catholic radio station and the host of The Catholic Man Show. Adam and his best friend/co-host, David Niles, had 0 experience in the radio business before being presented with the opportunity to start a Catholic station in 2014.