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  • One of the more esoteric shows from Shep's early days in radio.
  • Join Chef Nick as he chats with the masterminds behind the magnificent wines at 4 Corners winery on this special edition of Let's Eat
  • Shep describes his first night working on the open hearth.
  • Shep gets scientific about your chances of getting lucky.
  • WENDY DIO returns to chat once again with show producer/host Tom Lounges about her late, great husband Ronnie James DIO, who a dozen years after his death, still reigns as one of heavy metal's greatest vocalists and songwriters.Ronnie James DIO would have turned 80 years old this past Sunday (July 10th). Dio’s career spanned five decades, touched millions of fans and pioneered his signature “devil’s horns,” one of the most popular hand gestures in the world. Dio also provided vocals and lyrics for some of the most iconic rock albums of all time with BLACK SABBATH and RAINBOW, before establishing his own band DIO as a metal force with their 1983 debut "HOLY DIVER.""Holy Diver." was a platinum-certified smash and one of the late singer-songwriter’s most groundbreaking achievements. Rhino Records revisits this epic metal moment on "Holy Diver: Super Deluxe Edition," which became available on July 8 as a 4-CD boxed set, a 2-LP Vinyl collection and also in a digital formatThis collection comes with two versions of "Holy Diver."The first is a new mix of the album made by Joe Barresi (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age, Slipknot, etc.). Barresi used the original analog tapes to remix all nine tracks on the album. The second is a newly remastered version of the original 1983 mix.The Super Deluxe Edition also features unreleased live performances from the 1983 "Holy Diver" tour, along with some remix session outtakes, and a few rarities from the era.
  • Shep discusses the appreciation one gets for sleep after they join the army
  • From Meant to Live to Dare You to Move Switchfoot has made their mark on the music industry for rock and alternative music for years to come. Switchfoot Chad Butler joins Tom Lounges to discuss new music, new tour, and upcoming prospects for this San Diego based band on this episode of Midwest Beat.
  • Shep's college classmates buy a surplus PT Boat from the Navy.
  • A trio of Army stories in front of a live audience
  • Chef Nick is bringing on their favorite pizza parlor in this special episode of Let's Eat!