Radio City with Jon Grayson and Rob Ross:  Episode Thirty Eight (Version 2.0) – “The .38 Special #2”

Due to an unexpected technical disaster, the originally-recorded edition of Episode 38 was lost – this was the “38 Special” because it came about in an unusual manner.  Episode 37 was interrupted by weather (!), which caused us to have reconvene later than usual – we record the show on Sundays; we had to do this over a Wednesday and Thursday night, instead.  Electrical storms halted 37 in the middle and we came to the conclusion we’d have to finish on the Sunday, which left little time to devise what topics would be discussed for the upcoming episode.  The show isn’t scripted, but we do trade ideas during the week as to what we’ll tackle but in this case, it was decided “let’s do an improvised show” – and so we did.  It was wonderful, ripe with astute observations and humor and…  it was lost.

Once the problems were worked out, it was decided to do it again – lo and behold, it was to be, again, a spontaneous show.  So with a great deal of pride, Jon and Rob present to you Version 2.0 of Radio City 38.  You may be awakened; you may be offended – but you’ll really enjoy this as much as we did.

Taken in or out of context, this is entertainment at its best, wisest and most forward thinking.

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Thirty Eight

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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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