Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 420

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 420! Our featured interview tonight is with Gina Roode. Gina is a full-time musician, a pipe smoker, and a former PipesMagazine Pipe Babe. Gina was one of two of our pipe babes that actually smokes a pipe in real life. She was last on the show 6-years ago, and she is still playing music, she has two albums out now, and she is still smoking her pipe. She has also more recently become a personal trainer. If that’s not cool enough, she is working on a new album that will solely consist of songs about her favorite alcoholic beverage, beer. After the interview, the music segment will feature Gina’s song, “I Wanna Find You” from her self-titled EP. At the top of the show, for our pipe parts segment, Brian will do a review of the new Peterson Flake Virginia.  Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Gina Roode
Gina Roode


Gina Roode Smoking a Pipe
Gina Roode Smoking a Pipe

Gina Roode YouTube Channel

Gina Roode Website

Brian’s Virtual Pipe Club Interview on YouTube

Gina Roode Smoking a Corn Cob Pipe

Gina Roode Smoking a Nording Freehand

Gina Roode Smoking a Pipe in the Forest

The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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Gina Roode Interview

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2 Responses

  • A very funny and fun conversation with Gina! It’s always nice to catch up with a returning guest.
    Her song was outstanding; loved it!
    Your rant: [B][I]Amen[/I][/B].

  • Don’t care for the Peterson Flake much but then I don’t like most tobaccos. That’s my loss, of course.
    Gina was a fun guest with a nice sense of humor.
    The song wasn’t bad.