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The Indianapolismusic.net Podcast: Episode 202

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Wednesday, July 8, 2009 8:00:00 PM

    

No, you didn't pick up the wrong feed by mistake this week.  This is a linked post to one of my favorite podcasts and radio shows over at Indianapolismusic.net, where I had the honor of filling in this week for IMN editor Steve Hayes, or in reality, sitting there like a deer in the headlights and occasionally interjecting a few semi-relevant remarks while my buddy Ryan Williams does all the heavy lifting.

As most of you are probably already aware, IMN has been the premiere website for all things Indianapolis music-related, and the top Indianapolis Music podcast since 2005.  In my humble opinion, they have set and raised the bar for people like me several times in the ensuing years, so you can imagine what a thrill it was to get called up to the "big league" for an evening.  Surprisingly, the most-notable difference between what they do and what I do is that they carry a lot less equipment around than I do, and actually have notes and stuff written out in advance.  That's a concept I may have to look into.

Special thanks to Steve and Ryan for the opportunity ... and for buying me ice cream.  I had a great time.

For show notes, see the permalink at IMN's site.


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