Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 481

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 481

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 481! This week’s show is a unique holiday themed show with Brian’s Zoom Pipe Club looking at pipes and tobacco in a Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ sort of way. The guys will talk about pipes and tobaccos of the past, present, and future. Joining the discussion with Brian will be Fred Hanna, Tad Gage, Barry Goldstein, Ronni B, Rich Esserman, Fred Janusek, Brad Pohlmann, Dave in LAX, Rob Cappuccio, Dino Argyropoulos, and several others. At the top of the show in Pipe Parts, Brian found some old tobacco ads, which you can find at this link – Almay.com. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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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.

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2 Responses

  • That was fun to do, and more fun to listen to. I think your listeners probably enjoyed the reminiscences of us “seasoned” pipe smokers, and I look forward to the next part. You also must be commended for a very nice editing job.
    I don’t think Twisted Sister’s version will replace the Sinatra or Martin renditions, but it was fun.
    This is a very tough time of year for some, and your comments and outreach will go a long way to ease that discomfort. As my Yiayia might say, “What a mensch.”

  • It was a fun show. Pacing this show was very tough with about an hour to squeeze in all your guests. Their reminisces on their favorite tobacco and pipe that is now gone was very enjoyable. It would seem that the pacing would have been better had you simply excluded the two or three guys that “I’m good”. These guys have enough tobacco experience to start their own tobacco company.
    Twisted Sister left a little to be desired.