One refreshing aspect about living in New Orleans is that although you can sit back and relish in an amazing year, you know the upcoming one has the potential to be even better. For this GoNOLA Radio episode, our hosts look back at the past year of recordings and highlight their favorite episodes, while also touching on the evolution of our beloved New Orleans podcast.
To give you a little taste, George Ingmire touches on the Spanish Heritage episode when John Lawrence played live on a whim. Lorin Gaudin explains why her favorite guest was actually not a chef. Mikko then explains his top podcast moment was when he was able to sit with Roy Markey and talk to him him about his cultural hot spot. And that’s just scratching the surface. Our hosts then go on to tell us about what was a highlight in New Orleans for them over the past year. From the success of Fringe Fest, to free House of Blues tickets to see John Hyatt, to how the Bywater has evolved to be a cultural destination for many, their favorites over the past year are equally as diverse as they are awesome. To wrap it all up, we hear each hosts’ resolutions for ringing in the 2013 year and they’re great ones I think we should all add to our list!
To catch this complete year in review – and a few awesome throwbacks from top recordings in 2012 – listen to this episode of GoNOLA radio!
GoNOLA Radio is a free New Orleans podcast hosted by Sunpie Barnes, Lorin Gaudin, George Ingmire and Mikko about the food, music and culture of the Crescent City. Subscribe to GoNOLA Radio on iTunes or download to your mobile device on Stitcher. GoNOLA Radio features music by Cale Pellick.
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