Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 479

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Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 479
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Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 479! Our featured interview tonight is with pipe maker Brian G. Rowley of Growley Pipes. Brian is also a leather crafter and produces handmade merchandise in that area as well. He makes all types of pipe shapes, including some of the classics, but leans more towards the Danish freehand styles. He takes commissions on pipes as well. At the top of the show, We’ll have our “Ask the Pipemaker” segment with artisan pipe maker, Jeff Gracik.  Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Brian G. Rowley from Growley Pipes
Brian G. Rowley from Growley Pipes

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

Our show is sponsored by SmokingPipes.com, Cornell & Diehl, Missouri Meerschaum, Savinelli Pipes and Tobaccos. Please give them some consideration when making your next pipe or tobacco purchase.

We hope you enjoy our 1-hour show produced just for you—the pipe smoker and collector.

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2 Responses

  • Brian G. was a delight! Loved his story and how brightly he presented it. The show moved so well and was, as always, very entertaining.
    Jeff’s perspective on the questions presented, is great fun, while being highly informative.
    And, you can’t go wrong with Nat “King” Cole, ever.
    Thanks for a wonderful show.
    Dino

  • It was a good show. Brian Rowley was a charming guest. It was nice to hear about how he got into leather. Brian makes a nice pipe at an affordable price. Like so many of your guests he discovered how hard it is to make a living carving pipes.
    What can you say about the music. Just terrific to hear Nat “King” Cole. I don’t know why his contemporaries in jazz music thought he would be better giving up singing and sticking to playing the piano. Sad we lost him at age 45.

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