#170 Joe Soucheray

It’s an in-depth discussion about the radio biz between two of Minnesota’s long-time veterans of the topic.

Joe Soucheray is a radio talk-show host syndicated throughout the American Midwest on the Hubbard Radio Network. He broadcasts his show Garage Logic from KSTP 1500 in Saint Paul, Minnesota. It currently airs from 1 p.m to 3 p.m. CST Monday through Friday. His other show, Sports Talk (co-hosted by Patrick Reusse), airs from 3 p.m to 4 p.m. CST Monday through Friday.

14 thoughts on “#170 Joe Soucheray”

  1. Darin Stranberg

    A am a 34 year old from Bird Island, MN. Not really the normal demographic for either of your shows. KQ is hit and miss out here for reception and not to many younger people listen to Sports Talk or Garage Logic out this way. I listen to the podcasts of all the of those shows every day. It wrecks my week when one of you are on vacation, although I have started listening to this podcast when that happens. It was a lot of fun to hear you two together and I hope you are able to get Reusee on here, I think it would be a lot of fun.

    Thanks for all the entertainment.

  2. Fabulous! The morning and afternoon voices in my head, uncensored! You guys should do this one at least once a month. It would go viral!

  3. As you are well aware, Joe Soucheray is probably the best story teller in the area, which is why his show has enjoyed such longevity. Tom, I understand it’s your show, and you too, tell a great story. But please, please have Joe back and just let him have at it. It will be pure entertainment. Thank you so much for this particular podcast!

  4. Thanks Tom for an unproductive hour at work 😉 – felt as if I was in the room with you guys. Please have Joe on again!

  5. This unconfirmed but. I believe the lady that ran over the people in vegas was black and the people hit were white. WHITE LIVES MATTER TOO.

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