Johnny, the Town Tamer, a pulp western by L. Ron Hubbard, has a cattle trail rider finding a town owned and ruthlessly run by one man.
And we’ll follow with some short stories produced by Yuri Rasovsky, one of the best audio dramatists of the last 40 years, who passed away this week.
The Great High Wind That Blew the Low Post Down – the story told by Bob Beers of his grandfather, George Sullivan, and how he was a seminal figure in the folk music renaissance of the 1960s. An audio story about Roots Music in America.
Act 2 of The Great High Wind That Blew the Low Post Down, the story of Bob Beers and how he got the Great McGinty fiddle, and with it the Scotch/Irish music that helped spawn the folk renaissance of the 1960s. From the One Act Audio Theater of San Francisco.