As the Morning Mouth of KRKO radio in Everett, Washington, Tim Hunter gets to play Everett's Greatest Hits and talk with some pretty interesting people. Listen to the music online, atkrko.com. These are the conversations Tim had with the famous and interesting, which are not always a combo.
Tim chats with his long-time radio buddy, Stan Orchard, who attended the Seattle Pop Music Festival in the Summer of '69, in Woodinville, Washington. It was basically the rehearsal for Woodstock, right here in the Pacific Northwest.
Imagine switching jobs, becoming the spokesperson for a grocery store and a pandemic breaks out. KRKO's Morning Mouth Tim Hunter talks with Tiffany Sanders, who gives us tips on modern-day grocery shopping and something new coming to QFC.
So, if your job required you to fly over to the middle of Coronavirus Country, would you go? Mark is over by Viet Nam on a cruise ship that holds 800 people, but has only 130 or so passengers. And we chatted with him!
Jim and Tim ignore their cold symptoms and talk about the Yardbirds upcoming show at the Historic Everett Theater. Tickets still available, last I heard. https://www.yourhistoriceveretttheatre.org/box-office/ticket-window/the-yardbirds-with-arny-bailey-s-fm69-feat-doug-heath-of-paul-revere-and-the-raiders
KRKO's Morning Mouth Tim Hunter has a long-standing friendship with channel 4 weather guy Steve Pool, who is hanging up his barometer this week. You may have heard the clips on KRKO, but here's the full conversation Tim & Steve enjoyed.
Paula, owner of the Wild Salmon Seafood Market at Ballard's Fishermen's Terminal, tells us about the 31st Annual Fishermen's Fall Festival, Saturday, September 21st. More details at http://www.fishermensfallfestival.org
Tim (whose dad was born in Scotland) chats with Skye Richendrfer, former mayor of Mount Vernon, Executive Director of the Celtic Arts Foundation and founder of the Skagit Valley Highland Games & Celtic Festival , celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend at Mount Vernon's Edgewater Park.
KRKO'S Morning Mouth Tim Hunter invite's our resident movie and media expert, Maury the Movie Guy, into the studio several times each week and whenever those two get together, you just never know what's going to happen. Here's a great example.