Not afraid to bare my college soul on this week’s episode. Digging out some classic moments from my days at KCMU at the University of Washington. For a couple of quarters, I did a daily comedy bit called, “Return to Normalcy.” Don’t remember why I called it that. Cameo’s from friends of long ago, including Gale Ensign and Steve Fimmel. Basically, I’m putting this out there in the archives so that years from now, someone can ask the question, “Why didn’t they stop this?”
You’ll remember Will Johnson as part of the KLSY family that moved over to WARM 106.9 for a bunch of years. Where’s he at now? He moved to Florida to get away from the rain. It’s catch up time!!
It was around this time Will & I worked together. We were probably making Will take the picture.
Part 2 of our 2-part series called, “Go Date Yourself” as three single women from various ages talk about what’s going on out there in the dating world. And it ain’t pretty.
Part 1 of a 2-part series called, “Go Date Yourself” as three single women from various ages talk about what’s going on out there in the dating world. And it ain’t pretty.
The late James Doohan stops by KOMO, getting caught up with a former KLSY, Mr. Tom Hutyler and my Soundie-nominated song, “Somebody Farted.” And you were there!
Brock and Me, Hangin’ at the Sounders
A Larry Nelson mouth melt-down, great comedy from Studio B and the CD of Hawaiian music I brought back from the Islands.
Boy, a lot of the old gang in this one. Scott Burns puts on his Brokenjaw, Barry McKay puts on the Babyman and we have more KLSY voices from the past that were from those who couldn’t make our KLSY reunion.
“If I held you any closer, i’d be behind you!”
From my KOMO Days–a Ray Ramsey intro and a feature on the Ballard Seafoodfest when it first started….and Bill Swarts pops in with an episode of “Gardening With Frisco”
I’m the one on the left
A behind-the-scenes episode. Some rare lost recordings, including Jonathon Winters. Plus my step-son Nick and his wife-to-be Sam are featured in a bit with Mike Madeoy and Scott Burns.
This time around we play Big Fat Liar and Yakima buddy Gary Myhre reflects on our days together when I first cut my professional radio teeth.