The Pipes Magazine Radio Show – Episode 163

Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We broadcast weekly, every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern USA time and are available on nearly all podcast sites and apps. Listen on your computer, tablet, phone and even in the car! Our Featured Interview tonight is with Keith Moore. Keith worked in the pipe business for years at Uptown’s Smoke Shop in Nashville, and is a professional fulltime musician singer/songwriter. In "Pipe Parts", Brian will debut our new travel segment, talking about the U.S. states that are more smoking friendly. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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6 Responses

  • HI Brian,
    Ahhh for the old days when one did not worry about smoking regulations when you traveled. What about college campuses where smoking is verboten?
    Of course I know/knew Keith Moore. The videos he made for Uptown are excellent. He was one of the people for bringing in the high grade pipes into the US. As a consequence, this resulted in spurring on the high quality US pipe makers to achieve the levels of quality that they have. The pipe world’s loss is the education/music/cooking fields gain.
    Music – Keith Moore’s song “Landscape painted with Tea” was quite good. The pipe ashes related was quite unique.
    Rave – No restricted smoking at a public event – Amazing. Awards for flue cured tobacco – amazing again. I wonder if it is the same way at the PA state fair – I doubt it.
    Good show.

  • Brian, this interview went well. I could listen to another. Very easily.
    Keith has a way of relaxing conversation despite the pressures of time constraints.
    Rollie Fingers (pronounced raw -lee) was one of the more recognizable of Catfish Hunter’s teammates. Another was Reggie Jackson. Relief pitcher who helped establish the position as a specialty and wore a signature handlebar mustache.

  • The Smoking Nazi’s have just about wiped us out. It is just a matter of time. They might be given a run to see who kills us: Them or the people who want only smokers to pay taxes.
    Nice interview. Keith is so soft spoken it was hard to hear him at times. He certainly has had an interesting career so far.
    The music lacked a Halloween theme.
    Big ups to the NC State Fair people.

  • Hi Brian,another great show.I’m familiar with Keith, I heard his interview on the omm paul podcast a couple of years ago. Rollie Fingers is one of the greatest relief pitchers of all time with the Oakland A’s and the Brewers.Sounds like you had a great birthday. Looking forward to next week’s show.

  • Even though I’m not a baseball fan, I know who Rollie Fingers was. He had a legendary handlebar mustache.

  • I can also rave(not very often)that my local town had a craft beer festival and before I lit my pipe asked a police officer was there a designated spot. He said no. Smoke where I liked. Awesome. I did give space to people around me as a courtesy.