Berkshire resident and musician, performer, singer-songwriter, and producer Johnny Irion brings listeners an eclectic musical talk show Thursday mornings at 9:05 on 860 AM & 94.1 FM, WSBS.

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Johnny has teamed up with the Red Lion Inn (home of the Lion's Den and the Den Sessions and celebrating 250 years this year) to bring a show (show name coming soon) to the community that focuses on musicians both near and far, discovering new music, learning about upcoming shows at the Den and getting an inside look at the lifestyle. With a mix of talk, music, and even some live performances from the studio, Johnny is the perfect host to bring you this musical experience (episodes below).

On the June 29 program, Johnny's guest is Theo Kandel (audio below) 

On the June 22 program, Johnny's guest is Zan & The Winter Folk (audio below)

On the June 01 program, Johnny's guest is producer, arranger, songwriter, singer, and guitar player Ryan Hummel (audio below) 

On the May 25 program, Johnny's guests are Misha Piatigorsky along with Lisa Michelle Anderson (audio below)

On the May 18 program, Johnny's guest is Dave Wilson from Chatham County Line (audio below) 

On the May 11 program, Johnny's guests are folk icon Kath Bloom along with John Brodeur of the Bird Streets (audio below) 

On the May 4 program, Johnny's guests are the Berkshires' own Wanda Houston along with sound designer/songwriter I Am Snow Angel/Julie Kathryn (audio below) 

On the April 27 program, Johnny's guests are Greg Humphreys and Dylan Connor (audio below)

On the April 20 program, Johnny's guests include actor/teacher Ken Cheeseman along with jazz guitarist Michael Junkins (audio below)

On the April 13 program, Johnny's guests include Ivan Dalia (pianist/composer) from Italy along with Patrick Sansone of the band Wilco and the Autumn Defense (audio below)

On the April 6 debut program, Johnny's guests include The Sea The Sea along with Clare Maloney (audio below).

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