Take a night off from diaper duty with the ‘Band of Mothers’ podcast
Both mothers of fresh-faced newborns, Shayna Ferm and Tracey Tee needed a night off from diaper-duty and created a new baby: “Band of Mothers.” Comedians Ferm and Tee decided to take their live comedy act, The Pump and Dump Show, directly to your ears. Their podcast is a face-first dive into what it’s like being a mom.
In September 2021, Warner Bros. Unscripted Television and Telepictures brought two of its awesome podcasts to Audacy: “Talking it Out with Bachelor Nation” and “Band of Mothers” are now available to stream on Audacy’s platforms, including the app.
Our two hosts have been friends since the eighth grade, and they obviously have the chemistry to prove it. Their live comedy show and their Band of Mothers App just weren’t enough for them, and we couldn’t be happier to have these two on a podcast.
The hilarious duo sets out to create a safe space for the parents who are truly going through it. While they parent their newborns, they want to both receive advice from those who have done it before, and give advice to those on the same path. They talk parenting in a pandemic, intimacy after birth, and so much more. This is a place for moms to refresh and rejuvenate, as well as laugh ’til they cry.
Their guests range from experts on topics like self-love, baby-making, and cooking. They talk about having a work-life balance with “Call Me CEO” podcast host Camille Walker, to setting boundaries with parents with HGTV’s Good Bones Mina Hawk. Learn the truth about snacks, breastfeeding, childbirth, and how to survive and thrive after a divorce. Hear hilarious parenting fails, and learn to love your body after creating life in it.
This is the perfect podcast for any parent who feels like they need an entire team behind them. The “Band of Mothers” podcast is all about finding support and ways to laugh through the trials and tribulations that come with parenthood. There is no topic too taboo, and no podcast more honest. So, get ready to share this adventure with an entire “Band of Mothers.”