BPC - Episode 117 - Jockey Box Hero Part Hung
We had the utmost pleasure covering Indiana On Tap’s inaugural Jockey Box Hero at The Hatch in Broad Ripple a few weeks ago. It was the perfect day for craft beer and karaoke…behind a live band! A special occasion is certain way as our very own Cowboy got to perform against some talented Indy folk and the one and only William Hung. We enjoyed talks with old friends from The Moontown Brewing Company, Mackenzie from The Roundtown Brewery, Nikki Reed and Carter, and our new friends at 99.5 WZPL, Toni Dekeyser and Dave Smiley of the Smiley Morning Show we all know and love. The WZPL folks got very comfortable speaking their minds with the Pigs… and we enjoyed every minute of it. We get some dirty secrets about Nikki as well as some awful driving tips from Dave. And of course we had to have American Idol’s, Mr. William Hung hang out (no pun intended) with the boys for a round as well as some jeering from Cowboy. Hung is Mr. Infotainment! You won’t want to miss Part Hung of Jockey Box and we better see all of you there next summer! Cheers!!
A special thanks to the fantastic Cyrus Youngman of Cyrus Youngman and the Kingfishers for the opening and closing tunes for this episode. And stay tuned for an upcoming show with this rare Indy talent we can’t wait to join us for a few brews and to talk about life and music.
Shout out in this episode include: Four Day Ray Brewing; Jonathon Mullens and Broad Ripple Brew Pub; Metazoa Brewing Company (who will join us for Part Two); The Bier Brewery; Redemption Alewerks; and The Indiana Whiskey Company
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