Some Mix jingles you may never have heard or have tried actively to forget, Cisco Morris and Meeghan Black, and my song, "Tired of the Snow."
A visit from President Bush (senior), the Sonics in the playoffs against Phoenix, and a Woody Allen Top Five List among the treasures you'll experience. Hang on.
Wow, here you go. Lots of names from the past (and their matching voices) including Anna D, Dana Deardan, Rick the Peanut Guyand even Richard 'friggin' Simmons!
I sit down for a walk down memory lane with Bryon Mengle, aka "Bryon the Producer."
Hear someone win a boat, my "Drivers in the Snow" song and Olympic Gold Medal Winning Skier Picaboo Street and, as they say, a lot more.
This could be called the "What could have been" podcast, as we give you a sneak listen into a pilot for a "Hunter & Alice Show" demo, we hear …
More fun from Holiday Seasons past.....
Hope you're ready to go all Christmas! Ho ho ho!
More holiday madness including a visit from Robert Stack and a call to that theater down the street.
Hang the lights (even if they're not guilty) 'cause here comes a holiday edition of the podcast. Ho friggin' Ho.....
The late Husky Football Coach Don James, the KQOT Sticker Man strikes again, and Murdock, Hunter & Alice to the rescue!
That time Tom Bergeron and Miss Piggy played "Battle of the Sexes" and Steve Pool is the winner in our Apple Cup Bet.
A fun interview with Sarah McLachlan and some Thanksgiving stuff from Larry Nelson.
A chat with Dick Clark. What a legend!
My gosh, "Werewolves of Enron", Robert Stack, vampires and the Singing Psychic Fran Baskerville all pop up in this week's episode.
The time I dragged Tyson into one of my radio bits, the history of the Stanford fight song from one of our KOMO Husky Tailgate parties, some …
Some Yakima radio memories, a Waterbeds Unlimited commercial from long ago, that time Rich Little brought his impressions into KOMO radio and my contribution to Halloween, "Bimbo #5."
A sit down with my brother from a different mother, Skip Tucker. See what kind of people I used to hang out with?
A chat with Jeff Probst, the host of "Survivor", Michael Jackson stops by, and the "Harper Valley PTL" makes its triumphant return.
Oh, my. Lots of little nuggets here. My Mariners song, "Faith", from that magical year of 1995, Scott Burns gives us his Tom Brokenjaw, Bill Swartz gives us a two-fer: Frisco the gardening expert and Bob, the Cougar …
Here comes a KLSY aircheck and that time when I stayed at the Thornewood Castle down by Fort Lewis. Yes, it was haunted.
Enjoy the Bill Clinton apology hotline and a catch-up with my former KMWX Yakima news brother, Tony Miner.
I call this a radio salad, because there's a little of everything here. A Murdco commercial I put together during my early days at KLSY, but the …
You'll hear an ancient clip from my KQOT days in Yakima, and I walk down KLSY Memory Lane with Amy Yamada. I am SO proud of what she has accomplished and done in her lifetime. Just one of the great people I had the …
Enjoy the demo for the radio show that was not meant to be, the "Hunter & Alice Show" with Bryon the Producer.
Here's part two of our "Go Date Yourself" series. Yeah, brief series. Three single women talk about their adventures (and misadventures) in the world of dating.
Oh, you'll like this one--we call it, "Go Date Yourself"--a panel of three single women talk about their challenges in the dating world. Here's part 1
Another nice assortment. A few campaign ads, an interview with Tom Hutyler--the Mariners' stadium voice and a former KLSY-kateer and my Soundie Award nominated song, "I guess I farted."
Oh, this is fun. A Larry Nelson breakdown, "Watching Paint Dry", a Gary Owens clip and musical memories of my trip to Hawaii.
More memories from the KLSY reunion we had several years ago, an episode of Roman Theater and One Man's Opinion. No puns were injured in the making of this podcast.
What a collection--Larry Nelson and Stan Boreson doing a Ballard Seafoodfest commercial; The KQOT Stickerman returns; and Mr. Classy, Dana Horner, …
Some clips of KOMO radio's Larry Nelson and Ray Ramsey playing around at that legendary 6:55am break...and audio of my very first professional day on the air at KQOT, Yakima. Scary stuff.
This one's really fun. You'll hear "Nick and Sam's Wedding List Draft"...a bit I put together with Scott Burns about my step-son and his wife having to choose who got to go to their wedding.....and, a classic radio …
An episode of "Big Fat Liar" and an interview with Gary Myhre and our days together at a Yakima radio station.
Another all-over-the-board adventure including some of my more forgettable moments when I cut my radio teeth at KCMU, there's an episode of Roman Theater in there (one of my personal favorites) and the lovely and …
Ah, the legendary Rug Doctor adventure with Alice, Pat Buchanan swings by (the talented Fred Bugg) and my song, "Do the Ichiro."
Another episode that's all over the board including some Bhagwan madness, a clip from a Husky Tailgate party during my KOMO radio days, and a dash of Groundhog's Day fun.
I drag my radio brother Scott Burns into this one, you'll hear an episode of "The Lion Food" and my "Where's Springsteen?" bit in honor of the graduates.
Some fun KLSY memories, including the listener that found love at one of our events and the Titanic Theme song, Simpsons style.
Episode 6 of my Wacky Week Podcast includes "The Big Seattle Goat Show", memories of Larry Nelson as we traced the history of the Stanford fight song …
More fun from the KLSY days, including Bryon the Producer talking about speed-dating, a Memory medicine, our sponsor, "The Dollar an Eye Store" and a …
Some more wacky madness with KLSY's Alice Porter explaining why she spends new $20 bills first, plus a couple of songs, including "Wishing Well" by Ronald Reagan and my Soundies-nominated song, "I guess I farted."
More holiday fun, including "Baby Got Nuts", a Harry Potter Christmas, and the Disgruntled Elf Hotline.
It's a Christmas spectacular, with moments from my Murdock, Hunter & Alice days at KLSY, including "The Buttcracker", "Reindeer #5" and some bad …
Here's the one that launched this podcast back in 2007.
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