This podcast was the best of the year. It was my first and strongest to date. I am sharing it again for those who loved it the first time and for those of you who may have missed it. The special guest: retired radio hall of famer, Bob Kevoian with his writing partner and long time voice artist (one of the Love Brothers) Whit Grayson recorded at Bob’s secret home studio. Hard to believe it’s been one year since Bob decided to retire from The Bob and Tom Show.
When we recorded this it was still fresh for both of us. Much has changed but the memories will always be the same. We reminisce, talk about the future, drink whiskey and take you behind the scenes of some of you favorite Bob and Tom moments...
You also get to hear some of those on air moments from the Bob and Tom archives. Disclaimer: the interview portion of the show was produced and edited by Bob Kevoian. Who did such a great job he now has his own podcast with his lovely wife Becky called June Bug Podcast find it on iTunes or at JuneBugJourneys.com.
If you are a regular listener to The Bob and Tom Show then my guest is no stranger. Dave Dyer hails from Michigan and has distinguished himself in the world of comedy as both a writer and stand up. He has written for Bill Maher on ABC’s Politically Incorrect and Jimmy Fallon on Late Night. He is a theater major from Michigan State and has also played drums in a band. His radio skills are not limited to Bob and Tom, he is also a regular fill in host in the Grand Rapids, MI area. On this podcast we discuss some of these things and a lot more. How did he get his start? The influence his dad had on his comedy. His favorite karaoke song. Plus the wonderful “Pillars” series he films for Youtube. You can find out more about Dave at: daviddyercomedy.com!
Tis the holiday season and along with it go the pressures of family, gift giving, traditions and more. What better way to talk about the stresses and fun of the holiday season than with Tiffany and your favorite guest, Britt. She's back and she's been laid on this Holiday edition of Shit with Britt.