Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 544

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 544

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 544! Our featured interview tonight is with Beau York. Beau is the co-host of the soon-to-be ending pipes and tobacco based podcast, Country Squire. After a 10-year run, and approaching their 500th episode, it was announced that Country Squire would record their last episode live on March 4 at a big party in Jackson, MS. Read the press release here. In addition to co-hosting Country Squire, Beau is the CEO of Satchel Player, creator of Podastery Studios, and host of several podcasts including Flash TV Talk and Panel to Screen. Brian has worked in the pipe and tobacco industry for the majority of his life, and at the top of the show, he will have an industry-insider story from his past. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Beau York
Beau York

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

  • Some wonderful behind the scenes patter about industry and internet adventures from both you and Beau.
    A very warm, funny, and interesting conversation about Country Squire and it’s coming sundown.
    Great music choice! (chuckle, chuckle)
    Your closing remarks about Valentine’s Day were so on the mark.
    Thanks for another always entertaining show.

  • As you know I am not enamored with Beau York. Not that he isn’t a very pleasant person. He is. But he talks more than any human on earth and knows next to nothing about pipes and tobacco even after spending every Wednesday with JD. How is that possible?? I figured that he did at least 75% of the talking on the show and that wore me down. So, I stopped listening after nine-and-a-half years. I wish him well, but I can do without his constant yammering. He is apparently very good at the back-end part of podcast.
    I always enjoy Sinatra as the music selection.
    Valentine’s Day is a pain in the ass.