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John Maynard, half of the Robin and Maynard team has been in radio for, well, a few years. We talk about his time at KJRB in Spokane, KJR AM, KXRX, KZOK, and The Buzz 100.7.
John Maynard started working in radio in the seventies as a DJ at Seattle’s KJR AM which at the time was the dominant AM station in the Seattle market. After a brief stint as a restaurateur and night club owner, Maynard returned to radio with Robin Erickson, creating the hugely popular “Robin and Maynard Show.” In the more than 20 years under that marquee, Maynard flew with the Blue Angels, piloted the Goodyear Blimp, sang with Donny Osmond and hung out in a Universal Studios bar with Kojak (Telly Savalas).
Roy Otis may or may not have made an appearance. Enjoy!
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Groz and Gas! I found a couple of Seattle radio legends who are reuniting for the first time in 4 years. Dave Grosby and Mike Gastineau did a show together for 14 years. They have just a couple of stories to tell about their time in radio.
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Stephen has to sit out this one because of a scheduling issue.
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The “Fish” Jeff Aaron, with lots of stories from the past, an update on what Jeff is doing these days, and we find out if he REALLY took a private jet to the Led Zeppelin reunion concert in London.
The guys are also visited by our resident movie expert Jason Kline, who stops by to discuss the summer movies with everyone. You can follow him on Twitter @jaskline2007.
Our pal Mitch Brotherton also stops by to play a movie trivia game with all of the guys.
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Mark “in the Dark” Allan and music by The Hollers. For those of you in Seattle in the mid to late 80′s, then you definitely remember listening to Mark in the Dark Allan from KPLZ. He stopped by to chat with us about radio in Seattle in the 80′s, dining with stars, where the name came from, and even the Moment of Mush. Perhaps he even humored us with a 2014 version. Listen and find out.
Also, the band The Hollers stopped by to play a couple songs for us. You can get all the info on their gigs at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Hollers/694450990575510.
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Ichabod Caine (twitter: @ichabodcaine) is a Seattle radio legend who worked with Stephen for three years at KMPS in Seattle. His wife Scallops was a co-host on the show as well. Listen while Scott and Stephen visit with a couple of old friends from radio past. Enjoy!
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Chris Cashman (twitter: @ChrisCashman) from The 206 TV Show stopped by to crack-wise with Scott and Stephen. You can watch The 206 on KING-5 in Seattle at 1:05 AM on Saturdays, right after SNL.
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Eddie Francis (twitter: @yourboyeddie) from the Kube93 days, joined the guys for the podcast. Marvel at our ability to hammer out an hour and 45 minutes without one word of substance. Also, listen to see if Eddie cries about losing his favorite wrestler.
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Kilbreath took a day off so my old pals Dave Grosby (twitter: @thegroz) and Trent Mitchell (twitter: @trentkmitchell) stop by and talk sports, some WWF, and a lot of music.
Dave Grosby is the co-host of “Bob and Groz.” The Groz has spent the last 22 years of his 40-year broadcast career as a Seattle sports talk show host. Dave is also the play-by-play announcer for Seattle U basketball on KTTH 770. Before coming to Seattle, Dave worked at KFI in Los Angeles and KFBK in Sacramento.
Here is that awesome OutKast “Hey Ya!” viral lip dub video from Trent’s students referred to at the end of the podcast, currently more than 700,000 views on YouTube!