Ralph Sutton

Host Ralph Sutton is a long-time veteran of television and radio with  his own built-in international fan base. Sutton for nearly two decades –  hosted – The Tour Bus, a nationally broadcast rock radio show that was  syndicated in 50 markets across the nation and re-broadcast worldwide on  the Internet. The show boasted over one million listeners nationwide,  ranking it number one with both men and women in several key age  demographics including the coveted 25-49 bracket.   In 2014 Ralph  started  The SDR Show,  a podcast with comedian Big Jay Oakerson, and  within months – it exploded into the #1 spot in comedy on iTunes and #11  overall, it spent all of April 2015 in the top 20 of iTunes comedy,  plus the show  was signed to All Things Comedy – one of the biggest comedy podcast  networks.  Then in 2016 Ralph decided to take matters into his own hands  and launched the GaS Digital Network –  with 11 shows and over half a million listeners a week network wide,  and The SDR Show has grown to over 200,000 listeners a month and has hit  #1 on iTunes comedy 2 more times!

Besides running the network, and his podcast – Sutton has become the  go-to guy to host rock events across the country including The  Shiprocked and Motorhead cruises since they both began, The Full  Throttle Saloon at The Sturgis Rally for 6 years, and The M3 Rock  Festival.  Ralph has been a host on VH-1 Classic and a celebrity  commentator on VH-1’s 40 Bad Metal Songs. He’s written content for  various websites and magazines, including Metal Edge, Social  Underground, and more.  Sutton was also the subject of the highest rated  episode of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy in the popular show’s  history, and now his Social Underground column has become their most  shared articles on the site, and he is a monthly contributor.

With the rise in popularity of his podcast, his newly found talent as  an auctioneer (quadrupling the money goal for Cancer Sucks charity  events three years in a row), two TV shows in development, and the  network growing exponentially.