The radio tour 2019

In an effort to promote The Rise and Fall of the TEA Party, these are the radio shows with which I have spoken, beginning with my closest news-talk station shortly after its release. If I have a link to a broadcast or podcast, it’s included with the station name.

Friday, April 26: WGMD-FM, Georgetown, Delaware and host Mike Bradley. We discussed the book and Joe Biden, too. Here’s my account.

Thursday, June 20: WNTW-AM, W249CI-FM, and W224EB-FM, Richmond, Virginia and host Craig Johnson – “Brother Craig, The Hatchet Man.” My account and video.

Sunday, July 7: KNSS-AM and FM, Wichita, Kansas and host John Whitmer (The John Whitmer Show). Here’s the podcast of that live show.

Tuesday, July 9: KPEL-FM, Lafayette, Louisiana and host Carol Ross (The Ross Report).

Wednesday, July 10: KFKA-AM, Greeley, Colorado and host Gail Fallen (Mornings with Gail). Here’s the podcast for the morning.

Friday, July 12 (aka “Triple Dip Friday”): WKRC-AM (better known as “55KRC”) out of Cincinnati and host Brian Thomas (The Brian Thomas Show). Here’s my podcast for the morning.

KQAM-AM and K273CX-FM, Wichita, Kansas and host Andy Hooser (“The Voice of Reason.”)

KALZ-FM and KRZR-AM, Fresno, California and host Trevor Carey (The Trevor Carey Show). Here’s the hour I was on – my 10-minute segment began at the bottom of the hour so halfway through.

Tuesday, July 16: KXYL-AM and KXYL-FM, Brownwood, Texas and hosts J.R. Williams and Celinda Hawkins (The Morning Show).

Wednesday, July 17: KZIM-AM, KSIM-AM, and K269GZ-FM, Cape Girardeau, Missouri and host Faune Riggin (Real Talk with Riggin.) This is their podcast page.

Friday. July 19: WRNN-FM, Myrtle Beach. South Carolina and host Dave Priest (The Hot Talk Morning Show). Dave was nice enough to send this as an MP3 file.

Saturday, July 20: WEEO-FM, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania and co-hosts Michele Jansen and Clint Barkdoll (Political Vibe). It was a lot of discussion about Donald Trump and his role in, and support by, the TEA Party.

Thursday, August 1: WSPD-AM and W225AM-FM, Toledo, Ohio and host Fred LeFebvre. I returned to my birthplace, at least on the air.

Friday, August 16: WGSO-AM, New Orleans, Louisiana and host Jeff Crouere (Ringside Politics.) Out of the whole show, I come in just after the 3-hour mark.

Friday, November 1: KCPS-AM, Burlington, Iowa and host Fred W. Hofmann (The Big Show.)

Friday, November 29: Southern Sense Radio (online, emanating from Beaufort, South Carolina) and hosts Annie Ubelis and C.S. Bennett. I had a whole hour of discussion, coming in about the 63-minute mark here.

Total: 16 stops in 12 states. Not bad for a marketing department of one.