LEGENDARY VOICES. NEW LIGHT.
George Grande has just about done it all in broadcasting. He's a play-by-play announcer for the Cincinnati Reds, he's been the "mc" for the Baseball Hall Of Fame, and was one of the first anchors in the history of ESPN. A former baseball player at USC, his...read more
Mizzou football kicks off their season this weekend and once again Mike Kelly will be calling the action. He’s widely considered one of the great voices in sports and he’ll be joining me before every Tigers game this season. In this podcast, Mike details his rise as...read more
Jim Hayes is one of the funniest people I get the chance to work with. In this podcast you’ll hear about his entertainment background and what brought him to St. Louis. He’s a great talent and we are lucky to have him in St. Louis. Enjoy!read more
Bob Costas has done just about everything you can in broadcasting. Bob will be inducted into baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown later this summer. From his love of the game, his upcoming speech, to his top moments, it’s all covered here. Enjoy!read more
Brian Anderson has called the play-by-play for the Milwaukee Brewers telecasts since 2007. In addition to those duties, he’s been one of the voices for the NCAA tournament and the NBA. You will hear Brian calling MLB playoff games again this fall. I really enjoyed...read more
Marty Brennaman has been the “voice” of the Cincinnati Reds since 1974. He’s never shy with his opinion and that’s certainly the case in my visit with Marty.read more