Lost On The River Ep. 4

 
 Original artwork by Justin Lynch

Original artwork by Justin Lynch

Big thanks to our sponsors, the Thunderdome Restaurant Group - bringing you favorites like the Eagle, Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, Krueger’s and Bakersfield. Also, thanks to Ottos Covington, and Eli’s Bbq.
Intro/Outro music by All Seeing Eyes.

Noah Smith
Dann Woellert

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For Episode 4 we're joined by 2017 CEA Singer-Songwriter winner Noah Smith and "Cincinnati Candy: A Sweet History" author Dan Woellert. Did you know that Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs recorded one of the most recognizable and genre-defining Bluegrass tunes right here in Cincinnati at the Herzog space? We discuss other topics like hidden gems of Cincinnati's culinary history: the first commercial Peeps, Candy Corn and "Red Hot" sauce; we debate the refrigeration of ketchup; Noah shares tales of life on the road meeting Lynyrd Skynyrd's drummer; Elias delves into proper pronunciation of "anise" - and a whole lot more!

 photo by Matt Spaulding

photo by Matt Spaulding

 
 
Matt Spaulding