Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 523

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 523

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show. Not only is it the 523rd episode, it is also the 10th anniversary of the show! We never thought we’d go this long. Our featured interview tonight is with Professor Kelly Jolley. Kelly is a Professor at Auburn University in the areas of religion and philosophy. These are certainly contemplative areas, so it is quite fitting that he smokes a pipe as well. He has four books that you can check out on Amazon. In Pipe Parts, Brian will have Part I of a review of a quite large pipe collection. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Professor Kelly Jolley
Professor Kelly Jolley

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2 Responses

  • Wow! That’s quite a collection Victor has! Very jealous.
    The good professor was among the most interesting guests yet.
    His story is fascinating, and your conversation was scintillating. As usual, you held your own and asked just the right questions. Nice job, Brian. And a Jolley good tale, Kelly.
    I remember when you played that song the first time. I loved it then and loved it again. “Sitting on my derriere, blowing smoke into the air.” Indeed.
    OMG! Ten years! I’ve been listening to you and this show for way more than five hundred hours! WTF! Think of the things I could have accomplished. Well, actually, and most probably, “sitting on my derriere, blowing smoke into the air.”
    Congratulations on an awesome feat; best wishes for continued success. And thanks for an always entertaining show.

  • The collection of pipes you mentioned was simply over whelming. You name a quality brand this guy had it and we’ve only been through half of it. Very excited ti hear about the other half.
    Kelly Jolly was quite a treat to listen to. The guy seems like a real nerd but he didn’t talk like one at all. It would be nice to know if he has tenure. I loved his reminisces about trying to learn how to play a guitar. It really surprised me when he said he grew up in a family that played bluegrass music. For some odd reason Southerners are very reluctant to admit they like bluegrass.
    I think I have said my piece about this choice of music. Nice lyrics, though.