Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 575

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 575

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 575. We have a special show tonight to celebrate the start of our 12th year. In lieu of an interview, Brian will be joined by another popular pipe podcast host – Jon David Cole. JD is the Owner/Tobacconist at The Country Squire in Jackson, MS, and he is the former co-host of the now discontinued podcast, Country Squire Radio. Country Squire Radio ran for 10-years and is still one of the most popular pipe-niche podcasts. Having these two pipe and tobacco brainiacs bouncing off of each other for over 45-minutes will be a blast. We will be preempting our usual first segment to start right off with JD. We will have the usual music, mailbag and rant at the end of the show.

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Jon David Cole
Jon David Cole

Here is the YouTube video of the full music piece.

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2 Responses

  • The segment with J. D. Cole that I found most Interesting was the discussion of “limited edition” tobaccos. Also, the comments about pipe shows were right on point.
    That was an achingly beautiful Bach piece by Pablo Casals; and yes, everyone, watch the video.
    Thanks for an obviously heartfelt expression of appreciation to those who have helped keep this show always entertaining. (And thanks for the shout-out to Dan and me.)

  • It was a wonderful show highlighted by a visit by the Country Squire Hobbit, Jon David Cole. It is always a pleasure to hear his voice. The discussion of limited-edition tobaccos was very informative. I find limited editions to be very aggravating. I have tried a number of these and found them rather pedestrian, but every now and again there is an occasional blend that I really like. Fortunately none of them have been the “white whale”.
    I really enjoyed the music piece. Casals can play the phone book and I’d turn up to listen. The Great Masters are just amazing.
    Nice of you give me and Dino a shout out. I’d be remiss if I didn’t say you are the key ingredient in holding this show together. Kudos to you and hopefully another 11 years to boot.