Welcome back to The Townies Podcast and Episode 33, our very special season finale.
As we say goodbye to Season 1 and embark on the “Big What's Next” for Season 2, first and foremost we just want to say thank you all for making this first year and a half even better than we could have possibly imagined.
We are so grateful for all the storytellers who lent us their words and for all the listeners who took those words beyond the four walls of Kim Maxwell Studio. Thank you to our Songwriters and Guest Performers for contributing their amazing music and hilarious Townie Tidbits.
So, in celebration of what has been and what will come, in this episode we thought we’d have some of the spectacularly talented, tasteful and well-dressed Townies production crew talk about what Season 1 has meant to them.
We can’t wait to bring you even more stories from our amazing 805 in Season 2 of The Townies Podcast, returning in February 2019.
If there’s a particular story that you’d like to hear again but you can’t remember where you heard it, head on over to TheTowniesPodcast.org/Season1 for a list of names and pieces in alphabetical order.
This episode features the following music by the following talented artists:
by Julie Christensen & Scott Wilk
by Felix Penny
by Rain Perry
by Tom Lennon
by Ken Eros & Jeff Evans
by Perla Batalla
A hometown kind-of-storytelling podcast featuring the original stories of the Ventura County residents who have been in Kim Maxwell's writing & performance class over the last 25 years.
Some of her students are professionals, some have never been on a stage before. All stories were written, performed and recorded at Kim Maxwell Studio in Ojai, CA.
Created by Kim Maxwell
Co-Produced by Lily Brown, Ken Eros & Asa Learmonth
Studio Engineering & Mixing by Eros Creative & Sound
Theme Song Written & Performed by Rain Perry
Recorded & Mixed by Martin Young
Mastered by Mark Hallman at The Congress House