To celebrate our 100th podcast, I'm telling a story I've referenced quite a bit over the years.
I actually told it once or twice when we were a mere mortal radio show.
A few years back, I told the story during a presentation at work.
You can still watch the video on YouTube, but the sound quality is not great.
Preparing to tell that story in front of a crowd inspired me to rethink how I tell it. I like to think the added context makes the story breathe, and that it could easily fit in amongst the many stories I've enjoyed over the years on The Moth or This American Life.
I hope you enjoy listening to it, and as much as I enjoyed telling it.
Here's to the next hundred episodes!
Hey everybody! My name’s Greenberg and this is my podcast. It started as a radio show in 2003. In 2020, it phoenixed into a podcast, thanks to our friends at NRM Streamcast.
If truth be told, the podcast is pretty much a glorified radio show. We play a lot of eclectic music (rest assured, we pay our yearly BMI/ASCAP fees), talk way too much about it, and sometimes invite other folks to talk with us about music & other things.
We’re equally excited about music’s past, present and future, and we hope you are too.