IBJ Podcast: Tom Griswold isn’t ready to pass the torch on ‘The Bob & Tom Show’

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In a wide-ranging conversation with IBJ reporter Dave Lindquist, Tom Griswold of “The Bob & Tom Show” talks about working with his sons (one on the air and one off), recovering from heart surgery and the future of the iconic radio program.

Plus, Griswold offers his take on the show’s cast, including Chick McGee, Kristi Lee and Ace Cosby.

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2 thoughts on “IBJ Podcast: Tom Griswold isn’t ready to pass the torch on ‘The Bob & Tom Show’

  1. Q95 is still broadcasting? I would have never guessed, thanks to SiriusXM’s channel #26 — Classic Vinyl…read that: commercial free. At only ca. $0.57/day, nothing could convince me to listen to stations which have more airtime devoted to commercials vs. music.

    1. I enjoy SiriusXM when it’s free in my car a few times a year but even during that limited time, the selection of songs repeats itself.

      I would listen to local radio more if it was live local radio but there’s far too much voice-tracking going on and it’s rarely live. Theresa a brief window when 101.9 was run by a Bruce Quinn fellow maybe 20 years ago … that was the last local station I enjoyed listening to. Now I listen to WTTS if I’m doing lawn work for background noise and that’s about it.