Broadcast Date – October 13, 2021
Our chats will be just that very conversational, not entirely sensible and with any luck totally enjoyable.
Now of all the guests I’ve ever had on the show – today’s is the one that has known me the longest. He was there the day they brought me home the hospital and – besides that one day he tried to get my mom to put me out for the mailman to ship away – he’s been a great big brother. He’s also been my go-to tech guy throughout the entire run of seaandbescene.com and now for East Coast Curator. Beyond that though he’s beyond busy – with his work in Public Relations and with his cool website and podcast – True North Country Comics through which he promotes Canadian comic book creators and their supporters. Born in St.John’s, Newfoundland, he hangs his hat in Ontario these days but during his trip back to Chester late this summer – we sat down at my kitchen table to chat about everything he’s got on the go and then some – including must watch movies, TV shows and must read comics. Plus we’ll hear about the impressive contingent of East Coast comic creators and spin some super cool soundtrack tunes along the way. So with all that ahead we best get to it – here’s my interview with my big brother John Michael Swinimer! (you’ll find the player at the bottom of the post)
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We played some great soundtrack tunes during today’s episode and they’ll all available on iTunes. To get a copy for your collection just click on the title “Sunflower” by Post Malone & Swae Lee, “Heavy Metal” by Sammy Haggar, “Can You Read My Mind“ by Maureen McGovern, “Main Theme from Jaws” by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and “Take Me Home Country Roads” by John Denver
To listen to our first podcast chat with John Michael click here