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Abbey Arts presents exclusive live recordings from THE ROUND, a music & arts event held monthly in Seattle since 2005. The Round's home venue is Fremont Abbey Arts Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 venue for intimate concerts, literary & visual arts, storytelling with The Moth, modern dance, and more. Download new recordings including rare collaborations between musicians. Past performers at The Round include: Damien Jurado, Mary Lambert, Rosie Thomas, Jesse Sykes, David Bazan, John Van Deusen (Th ...
 
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Episode 86 is jam-packed with barbecue and baseball history. Mikey Kay loves barbecue. It is his passion and he does it very well. As a talented pitmaster he is extremely willing to impart his knowledge and he is not afraid to speak his mind. Because of that, we the listeners are very fortunate. Mikey does not claim to know all, but he does know a …
 
We love our listeners and our guests so on this day of love we present you with a very special Valentine's Day episode, 85. Bobby Valentine or as most people call him, Bobby V is one of the most loved, well known, respected, colorful, and celebrated ambassadors of the game. His life has been what movies are made of and his incredible stories will k…
 
Our guests will surprise you as the long wait for episode 84 is over and the second half of each conversation is even better than the first. Thomas W. Gilbert is the author of How Baseball Happened: Outrageous Lies Exposed! The True Story Revealed. The book shatters the many myths which so many of us believe are true on baseball's origins, and it p…
 
Episode 83 has two phenomenal guests with so much to say that we did not have the heart to end the interviews, so we split the conversations into two parts. Thomas W. Gilbert is the author of How Baseball Happened: Outrageous Lies Exposed! The True Story Revealed. The book shatters the many myths which so many of us believe are true on baseball's o…
 
Join us for a show you never expected, but will thoroughly enjoy, as we bring you bonus episode 82. Brian LoPinto is a lover of baseball history as well as his hometown of Paterson, New Jersey. He has dedicated himself to the restoration of Hinchliffe Stadium where numerous historical events, many baseball related, have occurred. This 10,000 seat s…
 
They're baaack! Two great guests return for a spirited discussion on baseball, including who should get in the MLB Hall of Fame and, of course, barbecue. Kurt Bevacqua is a 15-year Major League Baseball veteran who played for five different teams, most notably the San Diego Padres. He not only played in the 1984 World Series, but he hit two home ru…
 
Ring in the New Year and celebrate by listening to bonus episode 80. Howard Johnson or HoJo as millions of baseball fans affectionately call him is another of our perfect guests discussing both baseball and barbecue. He was a member of two World Series winning teams, a three-time member of the 30-30 club, and a two-time All-Star. With numerous base…
 
Episode 79 is our holiday present to you, our wonderful listeners. Tim Kurkjian is a name you immediately associate with baseball. He is is a Major League Baseball analyst on ESPN's Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter. He is also a contributor to ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com. Before joining ESPN he was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated. He has…
 
Celebrate our glorious three-year anniversary with episode 78. We begin and end the episode with several celebratory anniversary messages and in the middle of it all, we release our long awaited and highly anticipated interview with a Hollywood legend. Robert Wuhl is an actor, comedian and writer. He is the creator and star of the television series…
 
Episode 77 is a huge bonus. Bryan Gryka and Bob Wechsler are two incredibly entertaining guests, and we did not want to wait any longer to release our wonderful interview, so we are releasing a bonus episode. Bryan is the executive chef and newest owner of Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed in Chicago, Illinois, but call him what he really is, an ou…
 
Episode 76 will make you very happy. Tim Reazor may be one of the few people who can make a discussion on cutting boards interesting as well as entertaining. As co-founder of Fifth and Cherry, makers of beautiful premium handcrafted wooden cutting boards, he has a fascinating story to tell. Tim served 10 years in the military and was deployed three…
 
It's episode 75 and you ain't seen nothing yet. Chad Ward is an incredible story teller and if you thought part 1 of our interview was fun and entertaining then be prepared to enjoy part 2 as much, or dare we say, even more. Chad is the director of marketing for Traeger Pellet Grills as well as the pitmaster and owner of the award winning, Whiskey …
 
Bonus Episode! Bonus Episode! Jay Horwitz is the New York Mets beloved, longtime public relations director and as much a part of the franchise as any of the hundreds of players who have taken the field. His humble nature precludes him from admitting to the preceding, but he has spent a lifetime perfecting his dream job and has become a major part o…
 
Our Halloween episode is filled with a few tricks and plenty of treats. Ralph Carhart is the author of The Hall Ball: One Fan's Journey to Unite Cooperstown Immortals with a Single Baseball. Is there a guest better suited for a Halloween episode then someone whose book includes photos of the gravestones of Major League Baseball Hall of Fame members…
 
Fascinating conversations with wonderful guests. Mike Nola is the official historian of the Shoeless Joe Jackson's Virtual Hall of Fame, http://www.blackbetsy.com/shoeless.html and we had the pleasure of learning a great amount on one of the biggest known names in baseball history. We were joined by our friend Gary Mack from Mets Musings and The Ba…
 
A team chemistry filled episode. Joan Ryan is an award-winning journalist and author of five books. We were extremely fortunate to discuss her latest effort, Intangibles: Unlocking the Science and Soul of Team Chemistry. The book explains team chemistry through incredible interviews and stories helping to demystify this very real phenomenon. Are yo…
 
Launching a new show introduction while hosting some incredible guests. Be prepared to be amazed. Dave Dresser and Shel Krakofsky make beautiful music which has become integral to the show while providing us with an incredible ending for most episodes. They have gifted us an awesome introduction which will make you smile and sing along. We wouldn't…
 
Just when you thought the show couldn't get any better, episode 69 comes along with two amazing guests. John Shea had the enviable task of working with, perhaps the greatest baseball player ever, Willie Mays, as they wrote, 24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid. The book is filled with wonderful stories and thoughts from the mind of an …
 
Episode 68 is finally here and definitely worth the wait. Jeff Rice known to all as Ricer, is one of the special people we are extremely fortunate to meet in the world of barbecue. Look up his channel, Dead Broke BBQ on YouTube and you will discover incredible videos as well as a Sunday night live show, BBQ Tavern Talk where he interviews some of t…
 
Episode 67 will hopefully satisfy that insatiable hunger for baseball and barbecue which we try to so hard to feed. Jon Pessah took on a huge task by writing a book on one of baseball's most beloved icon's, whose reputation and life's work are part of historical lore. It is a project which could overwhelm some authors, but not Jon Pessah. In Yogi: …
 
Episode 66 features two great guests who will bring happiness to barbecue and baseball lovers everywhere. Ed Randolph is a restaurateur, cookbook author, and award-winning pitmaster, His two books, Smoked: One Man's Journey to Find Incredible Recipes, Standout Pitmasters and the Stories Behind Them and Showstopping BBQ with Your Traeger Grill: Stan…
 
Episode 65 is guaranteed to satisfy baseball and barbecue lovers. Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, https://nlbm.com/ was our very first podcast guest, and we are thrilled that he is back to talk more baseball history. He is a wonderful storyteller, and we ask him about the African American baseb…
 
Episode 64 features three great guests, two outstanding interviews and one spectacular musical ending. Ryan Cooper and Sean Ludwig are back by popular demand and make a triumphant return. Ryan is founder of the BBQ Tourist website, https://bbqtourist.com, dedicated to celebrating the best barbecue in America. Sean is the founder of NYC BBQ, http://…
 
Episode 63 is an interview trifecta and contains more excitement than many can handle, but be daring and give it a try. Wayne Randazzo is a treat to listen to. As one half of the New York Mets radio broadcast team, along with Howie Rose, he paints a word picture so clearly, vividly, and beautifully, that all you need to do is close your eyes and yo…
 
Episode 62 features some very special guests. Ed Hearn was a member of the 1986 World Champion New York Mets, but that is just a small part of who this amazing person is. Listen to our conversation with Ed and you will understand why his presentations impact countless lives and why he was the awarded the prestigious Certified Speaking Professional …
 
Episode 61 is SUPERSIZED as we bring you an exciting, but rarely turned, triple play. Brett Topel is a prolific author (When Shea Was Home: The Story of the 1975 Mets, Yankees, Giants, and Jets; So You Think You're a New York Mets Fan?; Miracle Moments in New York Mets History: Simply the Best: The Story of the 1929-31 Philadelphia Athletics) and m…
 
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