Ya-ya, Milwaukee! It's time for our sophomore episode of Milwaukee Soundbites.
In episode one we chatted with Milwaukee Art Museum chief curator Brady Roberts.
Episode two brings us to to local radio legend Bob Reitman, and as you'd expect from a man with close to half a century of professional work around the world of music, he's got some fine stories to tell about his best and worst concert experiences, his first album (and its sad fate), how a Shorewood High School kid ruined The Fireballs' "Bottle of Wine" and plenty more:
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