Brown County Hour
Brown County Hour
BCH Episode #122 - May 2022

Our May episode includes music from John and Terri Whitcomb as “The Married Band of Two”, as well as The Hammer & The Hatchet. We also have new pieces from Jim Eagleman and Rick Fettig, along with a radio theater piece from the “Unusual Suspects” from the Firehouse Follies. Stori Snider from the Brown County Library joins us to talk about their new solar energy project, and Karra Hammas from Purdue Extension talks about their new projects.

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Our show includes:

    • John & Terri Whitcomb are interviewed by Dave Seastorm about their music as The Married Band of Two, and they play three songs.
      • Between a Laugh and a Tear
      • Raggedy Man
      • The Lights of Town
    • Rick Fettig talks about a laugh and a tear
    • Jim Eagleman knows about May Apples
    • The Unusual Suspects perform “Fiddlin’ Joe” radio theater piece
    • The Hammer & The Hatchet talk about mushroom hunting and offer their new song about it.
    • Brown County Community Foundation has a mushroom sale coming up soon
    • Stori Snider from the library talks about their new solar project
    • Karra Hammas from Purdue Extension tells us about their new projects for the year.
    • Dave Seastrom shares thoughts solar power

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Sarah Lyttle Chuck Wills, Jim Lemon, and Rick Fettig.

First aired Sunday, May 1st, 2022 at 9 AM on WFHB

Engineering & post-production by Chuck Wills.

Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.

Our cover photo courtesy of Chuck Wills

This episode is sponsored by The Brown County Inn and Our Brown County Magazine

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