Stories about music, radio, and stuff that is neither music nor radio, some first told at the non-award-winning website of the same name. To find earlier episodes no longer available here, visit my website (link below) and click "jb's Podcast" at the top of the page.
Episode 14: Overnights, Weekends and Holidays
Here are some stories about a radio person's life at different times of the day, week, and year: overnights, weekends, and holiday.s.
Episode 13: The Ravens, the Angels, and Me
"It sucked, and I don't recommend it. But it was not an entirely negative experience, either."
Episode 12: Late for Your Life
"This is the greatest time of day, when all the clocks are spinning backwards, when all the ropes that bind begin to fray, and all the black and white turns into colors." A podcast about October.
Episode 9 (repost): The Fair and the Farm
Although I never wanted to be a farmer myself, the farm is fine place to be from. This episode is about the farm I grew up on and my adventures at the annual county fair
Episode 11: Festival Summer
In 1970, 18-year-old Steve Benton attended two major Wisconsin rock festivals, Sound Storm and Iola. In this episode, he tells about his experiences.
Episode 10: Pressure Night
What's it like to introduce rock stars from the stage, or nearly kill one of your co-workers by accident? Listen to some more tales from my radio career.
The Hits Just Keep On Comin' is a great name
During the first couple of episodes, Jim wonders if there could be a better name for this podcast. I submit that it is aptly named as each episode is a hit. You can tell Jim has a background in radio as he is able to entertain the listener each time out. The only complaint I have is there are not enough episodes. This is definitely binge-worthy