Ep. 7 Chillin' with Chili

Episode 7 July 23, 2017 00:57:18
Ep. 7  Chillin' with Chili
Peace, Love & Soup
Ep. 7 Chillin' with Chili
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Brian Delaney Tavé Fascé Drake

Show Notes

July 2017 – This month we’re doing things differently — we’re chillin!

We’re dedicating the entire episode to Tom Hood (Tommy Hollywood), Chief Engineer at KBOO radio. A man of many talents — Chili Champ, Composer, Producer, Humorist & all around nice guy— deserves this honor. Check out his self described “serious nonsense” @ TravelingRadio.com

** NEW 2021 EDIT + Bonus interview & music with Jai Hurdle. Find him @ “A Man Called JAI” on Soundcloud)

Peace, Love and Soup, along with Tommy, are guests on the Portland radio program, “The Monday Sampler”.  We have a big ole hoedown with their fine crew: Fortunado, Just Jess & PBK  http://kboo.fm/program/monday-sampler

Our “In The Kitchen” segment is on location this month, as we challenge Tommy to a sidewalk chili-cook off in front of the station:

Tave’s 6 Bean Vegan White Chili  vs  Tommy’s Texas Bowl O’Red

All music and sound effect were created and by Tom Hood & Spook The Cat!

Thanks again, Tommy!

It’s a beautiful summer day, go float on the river, enjoy some chili and chill.

Peace, Love and (of course)…. Soup!

Brian & Tavé

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