The Fred Minnick Show Podcast

The Fred Minnick Show Podcast

The Fred Minnick Show features spirits author, historian and curator Fred Minnick, who interviews musicians and pairs whiskeys to their palates. Through the journey, the artists open up to Minnick about life tribulations, what it's like on the road and their favorite foods. Really, it's just two people tasting and talking.... Show More
June 11, 2020 70 min
Darryl Hall, one half of legendary hitmakers Hall & Oates, talks with Fred about his transition from wine to whiskey, the transformation of how modern listeners find music, five decades of entertaining fans both young and old and, of course, his favorite bourbons. During the chat, they sip Wild Turkey Revival, Four Gate, vintage Old Shenley and a couple of craft distillery bourbons. The two also bonded over a common tragedy in their life--Lyme disease. Yeah, they agreed, that sucked. FOLLOW FRED Twitter: https://twitter.com/FredMinnick Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/ SPONSORS 291 Colorado Whiskey B-Line Michter's Rack House Whiskey Club See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
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