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WizardCast Sing-a-Long Podcast with Apex & The Limits – Episode 26

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It’s a musical episode. Starting with a singing joke and leading into a parody of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long blog.

Interview – Apex & the Limits

WizardCast is proud to have three members of Apex & the Limits: Rachel Rogers (@rrogers09), Ryan Headley (@lifewithryan), & Mark Ross (@markross__c). They’re three of five members of a parody band that focuses on Salesforce theme music. They’s so big, they even have their own security.

We chat about how the band got started, Ryan’s “voices” that tell him what to do, and what’s coming up next. We also discussed some of the challenges behind trying to sell parody music.

Salesforce Video of the *Undetermined Amount of Time Until the Next One*

The video of this episode will be delayed… until May 4, 2016. You can hear the new Apex & the Limits song! Click here for the channel


Learn more about Apex & the Limits at their website: and come see them at MidWest Dreamin’ 2016 where Apex & the Limits have been exclusively sponsored by Better Partners

If you have a Salesforce video to share let us know! It can be a funny video; it can be a serious video; as long as it’s Salesforce related we’ll take it!. Send submissions to or click on the “Contact WizardCast” on the right sidebar from our show notes page.


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