Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Sixty Two

The country is firmly gripped in a pandemic, political and social upheaval and a relentless heatwave.  Yet, Jon and Rob are here to, once again, offer a salve on an open wound with thought, humor, patience and (above all else) rationality.  Hence, the vibe of this particular episode is one of positivity and as upbeat as one could wish for, with all things being considered in reality.

Listen in as Jon and Rob mull over the introduction of the new Seattle hockey team; the return of Major League Baseball and the possible implications in the face of COVID-19; the demise of British music magazine Q; Rob’s review of Paul Weller’s new album, a shout out to The Tapes Archive podcast; the passing of Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green; the creation of a forward-thinking music-oriented business in Asheville, North Carolina and a lot more to help sustain you.

Things aren’t easy right now, but it helps knowing that you have the comfort of Jon and Rob doing this to try and bring you some relief (and hopefully a few laughs) – which is the perfect reason to listen to Radio City…

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross:  Episode One Hundred Sixty Two

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About the Author

Rob Ross

Rob Ross has been, for good, bad or indifferent, involved in the music industry for over 30 years - first as guitarist/singer/songwriter with The Punch Line, then as freelance journalist, producer and manager to working for independent and major record labels. He resides in Staten Island, New York with his wife and cats; he works out a lot, reads voraciously, loves Big Star and his orange Gretsch. Doesn't that make him neat?

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