Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 577

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 577

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 577. Our featured interview tonight is with Tom Kuhn. Tom is a retired band director and a “professional pipe enthusiast”. He is the co-host of the weekly Pipes, Tobacco & Whiskey show on YouTube, which is described as “Impressions and helpful information on affordable and readily available pipes, pipe tobacco and whiskey from a perspective of multiple backgrounds and types of pipe enthusiasts.” They currently have 3.88K subscribers and 230 videos. At the top of the show, we’ll have an “Ask the Pipe Maker” segment with pipe artisan Jeff Gracik.

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Tom Kuhn
Tom Kuhn

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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

  • Funny stories from Jeff! And yes, Jeff, you can’t fix stupid.
    Tom’s musical backstory was terrific, with great trumpet mentors and influencers.
    His introduction to pipe smoking shows how beneficial having a good “guru” early on saves one from many of the pitfalls and wasted time and money new smokers face. Some interesting whiskey talk, suggestions, and pairings.
    A great Frank classic tune from a magnificent swinging live in Vegas album. Thanks for the shout-out.
    Good “hot rant.”
    Another always entertaining show, thanks.

  • Jeff had some nice stories about pipe smokers who think nothing is their fault. The extra mile jeff went for these guys was amazing. I would have told them to go suck eggs. I would lose customers but at least those fools might learn something.
    I used to listen to Tom when he first started his podcast show. I kind of liked the show at first but then I quickly noticed one or the other son was missing. It became apparent they just weren’t near as interested as he was. As their attendance waned so did my interest. Glad to see he’s doing well at it, though.
    Dino and Basie are a hard combo to beat. Truly a magnificent tune.
    About that home repairs rant of yours. You have to have at least 10% of the home value at the start of each year. I have been in my house 15 years, and I put on a new roof and a furnace when I moved in. Any year now I expect to hear the heating guy say I need a new furnace. Yowza!!!