By Brian Kramp Special to Published Jul 09, 2013 at 6:09 AM

It’s bizarre interviewing someone that’s on the radio when I have spent such a long time working in the industry. The conversation moves at a quicker pace and there never seems to be enough time to talk about everything I have planned.

I remember hearing Erich "Mancow" Muller in the late '90s on Milwaukee’s Rock 102.1 doing over the top radio bits with members of his "Morning Madhouse." It was a loud, in your face show that some hated and some still talk about today. Either way, it was successful enough to be syndicated out of Chicago and all throughout the country.

Ten to 15 years later Mancow is still on the radio, not nearly as popular as he once was, but his success has allowed him to invest in several businesses during his radio career. One business that he co-owns with his brother Mark is Max Motors in Butler, Mo. Mark runs the dealership, which is known for blowing up cars and staging a fake UFO landing to drive sales. It’s these crazy antics that can be seen on History Channel’s "God, Guns and Automobiles."

In today’s Kramp Cast I talk with Mancow about the status of radio, his unique family’s new TV show and whether or not he’s witnessed more people that are opposed to God, guns or automobiles. Enjoy!

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Over the past 16 years Brian Kramp has been a dedicated, recognizable and award winning personality on the Milwaukee airwaves. From his time on WLZR 102.9 and most recently on WLUM 102.1 he has been committed to Milwaukee and wants you to continue to be plugged in about our great city.

Kramp's podcast consists of original programming on Milwaukee news, events,  entertainment, sports, food and fun in a relaxed format.

As the winner of 10 Wisconsin Broadcaster Association Awards including Best Large Market Morning Show in 2008, 2010 and runner up in 2011, Kramp is ready to bring quality broadcasting back to your ears via the podcast.