Live From The Brewery: Grizz Announcer Rick Trotter and Bongo Lady

Posted by Holly Whitfield | May 8th 2015 763 0

If you subscribe to the I Love Memphis Podcast on iTunes then you already know that the I Love Memphis podcast is taking the show on the road for April and May and broadcasting live from the Tennessee Brewery on alternating Thursdays.

Rick Trotter Malenda Meacham
L to R: Rick, Malenda 

If not you can subscribe for free right here to make sure you don’t miss a minute of Kevin Cerrito and me interviewing interesting Memphians.

Just press play below to listen right here on the site.

Tweet us your comments about the podcast @ilovememphis or @cerrito and/or tag #ILMPodcast, comment on this post, or email me here.

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Photo via @theoamnetwork

Here are some links to things we talked about in the podcast:

Rick Trotter on Twitter
Rick Trotter’s website (including shirts and posters)
Bongo Lady on Twitter
Last year’s interview with Bongo Lady
Photos from Bass Pro Pyramid

Our final Live From The Brewery podcast is May 21. Stop by and say hi while we recrod live at about 5 p.m. in the art atrium area by the cool staircase.

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We couldn’t do this alone. Here are some lovely folks we’d like to thank. 

– Gil Worth from OAM Network for making the live broadcast and recording happen. This wouldn’t be possible without his network – check out all the podcasts!
– Rick Trotter, announcer for the Memphis Grizzlies, for generously offering his amazing voice work
– Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau (my employer) for supporting the I Love Memphis blog and podcast
– Rick Trotter and Malenda Meacham aka “Bongo Lady” for taking time out of their busy schedules to join us
– Hope Clayburn, for making soulful funky tunes like “Love is on the Way”, which we sample on the podcast


Author: Holly Whitfield

I write about what’s going on with Memphis music, food, arts, events, sports, people, and culture. Memphians love Elvis and barbeque with a passion that must be seen to be believed, but there is so much more to this place.

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