Welcome to Episode 100! We have been proud to serve Brown County for 10 years and triple-digit episodes! This show is a retrospective of our favorites, all the way back to 2010. We hope you love it as much as we do.
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Our show includes:
- Dave Gore and Robby Bowden sing the Slats Klug song “A Good Way To Die”.
- Poet Chris Curtain shares his piece “The New Bridge”.
- Bob Lucas plays the song “John Hardy” on gourd banjo.
- Kaylee Witt interviews Geoff Keller about the frogs of Brown County.
- Poet Gunther Flum talks about Flag Day.
- From 2010, a skit about the septic laws, “Urine is Healthy”.
- Jim Eagleman’s Nature News recalls favorite bumper stickers.
- The band Slip Me Five sings “Hit That Jive Jack”
- Poet Nancy Chin Long reads her poem “How She Discovered Sex”.
- Rick Fettig offers “How to Celebrate in Brown County”.
- Barry Elkins and Kenan Rainwater perform the John Prine song “Sam Stone”, from our 2019 show about the opiate epidemic.
- Poet Keith Kelly shares “What Shall I Do This Summer”.
- Dave Seastrom tells us about the love of the forest.
- Jeff Tryon reinforces the importance of local music.
- Chuck Wills recalls a frozen pond pump.
- Hank Swain tells about The Death of Sliver Milo, a story from 1939.
Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Chuck Wills, Jim Lemon, and Rick Fettig.
First aired Sunday, July 5th, 2020 at 9 AM on WFHB
✇ Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.
Our cover photo courtesy of Chuck Wills
Our Story Slam Podcast, and this episode are sponsored by The Brown County Inn