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TWR Listeners Lounge - Jeff Leiboff

The Wilder Ride

Release Date: 06/23/2021

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The Wilder Ride

In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray invite bassist, Philip Sanders, to chat about the group RUSH. With RUSH Cinema Stragiato opening nationwide for a one-night showing of the Director's Cut of their R40 tour, they decided to spend the episode discussing the band. Alan's younger brother Phililp, has a lot of musical talent and is a bassist in a number of bands. As they look back at their first brushes with RUSH, they all seemed to have started in 6th grade. As Alan states, the band has been part of the sountrack of his life. As they move through the episode, they look back at...

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In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray get a chance to interview the CEO of the , Stephanie Stuckey. After catching up on the last week since the prior show, Stephanie comes to the stage and takes us back 80+ years to the 1930's. He grandfather was carving out a life by selling pecan's to resellers. He eventually began selling them on the side of the road. Within a few years, he enlisted his wife to help bake Southern style treats, like pecan rolls to expand their offerings. As the business grew, they great to a store, added a restaurant and gas pumps. Pretty soon, they grew to...

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In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray meet the family members who make up the New Age group, 2002. The story begins with husband and wife, Randy and Pamela meeting in high school theater. They both had a love for music early in their lives. The two would go in separate directions after high school, getting involved with various bands as part of their musical journeys. After nearly a decade, circumstances returned them both to the Texas area where they reunited. That would eventually become the team who would create the New Age group, 2002. The choice of that kind of music...

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In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray sit down with Jeff Leiboff, one of the hosts of the Radio Labyrinth podcast. They start all the way back to 4th grade, when Jeff and Tim Andrews first became friends. As they got ready for college, Jeff was moving toward a journalism degree. He had taken a few early "graphics" classes in high school, but nothing was computerized at that point. Once in college, Jeff got involved with the campus newspaper and other publications. Within a few years, he found himself gravitating more toward layout and design. An opportunity opened and he spent...

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In this episode, hosts Alan Sanders and Walt Murray sit down with Jeff Leiboff, one of the hosts of the Radio Labyrinth podcast. They start all the way back to 4th grade, when Jeff and Tim Andrews first became friends. As they got ready for college, Jeff was moving toward a journalism degree. He had taken a few early "graphics" classes in high school, but nothing was computerized at that point. Once in college, Jeff got involved with the campus newspaper and other publications. Within a few years, he found himself gravitating more toward layout and design. An opportunity opened and he spent two years living on a Caribbean island. He enjoyed it, but after a few hurricanes and living hand to mouth, he returned to the states, moving to Atlanta.

As his graphic design career continued to grow, Jeff discovered the world of podcasting. Being forced to commute an hour each way to his job, he got hooked on listening to shows on-demand. Jeff tried for years to convince Tim to do a podcast. Finally in December of 2015, the first episode of Radio Labyrinth was released.

With the interview winding down, Jeff Leiboff sticks around to help with the rest of the show. Walt first dives into yet another terrible movie review. Then Alan and Walt do their news segment and close with an entertainment recap.

WATCHING

Walt gave WWII in Color documentary on Netflix a solid endorsement. He is suggested The Naked Gun and The Outlaw Josey Wales, both available on Netflix. Jeff highly recommends Alone on the History channel. He also just started Clarkson's Farm with Jeremy Clarkson. Finally, he liked the most recent episode of WWE Most Wanted on A&E about Andre the Giant. Alan got his visiting father-in-law to watch The Fellowship of the Ring. They also watched Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

READING

Jeff highly recommends the book, "Project Hail Mary," by Andy Weir. Jeff also loved the audiobook version of the story! Alan is reading, "The Fifty-Year Mission: The First 25 Years."

LISTENING

Walt continues to dive into the podcasts, Gangster House, Camp Hell: Anneewakee and Comedy Bang Bang. Jeff really liked the debut of Patton Oswald's podcast called, Did You Get My Text? Of course he likes Radio Labyrinth, The Office Ladies, Fake Doctors Real Friends and The Office Deep Dive. Alan does a shoutout for The Marriage Fit Podcast, Radio Labyrinth and 60MW Podcast.

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