808Talk Episode #20 – Royal Hawaiian Band

and yes we made it to show number twenty. In today’s show I have a guest host Andrew Coffey from Exit50 and I feature music from Ella, a local lady who plays at Park and Guy Cruz. In news today police and family are still asking for help in the details involving a local man who has been missing for a year now. Also is asking for help in locating the thieves who robbed a jewelry store in Mall in the middle of the day and a special re-enlistment ceremony for a local included Kobe Bryant of the LA Lakers. A reminder to the listener’s that there is now an 808Talk Hotline which you can call and leave questions, comments or information that may be used on the show. I also meantioned a request to all the Guy Cruz fans to send us an email with any question you may want to ask of Guy concerning his life, history, music or anything in general. We may use them on an upcoming album if we can get Guy to start working on one. So that all details today’s show and I want to once again thank Andrew Coffey of Exit50.com and thank you the listener’s for continuing to support 808Talk. Have a great week and be sure and tell a friend about 808Talk and stop by next week to once again hear the aloha from the .

Today’s podcast plugs are:
Guy Cruz
Exit50.com PodCast
Help Locate Missing Man (FindGilbert.com)
Robbery In The Middle Of The Day
Kobe Bryant Attends Sailor Re-enlistment Ceremony
The Royal Hawaiian Band
The DoctorTrey.com PodCast
808Talk Hotline – (206) 350-2668

Thanks again for tuning in to 808Talk.

Listen: 808Talk Episode #20 – 10/09/2005 (22.3MB)

Mahalo
V.Brown a.k.a. 808Rider
J. “BigDaddy” Plummer




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2 Responses to “ 808Talk Episode #20 – Royal Hawaiian Band ”

  1. Just listen to my first 808talk. Nice job. Keep it up. I’m headed for podcastalley right now.

  2. Thanks for letting me hijack the show. I still wish I was in Hawaii. Good luck with the remote podcasts.
    Ac

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