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June in Music History on The Takin A Walk Podcast

1 Jun, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Join @TheBuzzKnight as he takes a look at June in Music History.Support the show: for privacy information.

Classic Replay/Hall of Fame Guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter

31 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Join your host @TheBuzzKnight on this Classic Replay episode with a man who has been a part of #MusicHistory.  Jeff "Skunk" Baxter is one of Rock Music's Finest guitarist's known for playing with Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers. He is a member of The R...

Walking in Joy, Spontaneity, and Friendship with Cheryly Richardson and Beth Platow

29 May, 2024 · This Morning Walk
Libby welcomes two of her closest walking partners - Cheryl Richardson and Beth Platow - to the show this week for a conversation about friendship, joy, self-care, and a sense of belonging. Cheryl Richardson is a pioneer in the practice of self-care and Ne...

Jay DeMarcus-Member Rascal Flatts, Musician, Songwriter, Label Founder

28 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Join your host @TheBuzzKnight on the Takin A Walk episode with one of the most respected folks in the Nashville Music Scene. Jay DeMarcus shares his vast career in this episode, from his beginnings in Columbus Ohio, to his success with the legendary band R...

Classic Replay with Country Music Singer Songwriter Drew Baldridge

24 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
A Classic Replay with Country Music Singer Songwriter Drew Baldridge. Drew is forging is own independent path and has cracked the top 20 Country charts.Support the show: for privacy information.

Bonneville Salt Flats Raceway

22 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Buell (historical), United States. Numerous land speed records have been achieved at Bonneville, on the vast and flat natural pavement of salt: the 300, 400, 500, and 600 mile per hour land speed barrier were all broken here over the years.

Bonneville Dam

22 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Stevenson, United States. Bonneville was the first of eight federal lock and dam structures built on the Columbia and Snake rivers, which are now the largest source of electricity on the continent.

Walking Through The Loss of a Beloved Pet

22 May, 2024 · This Morning Walk
Libby welcomes her dear friend Becca Skinner to discuss the loss of Becca's dog and walking companion, Veda. They discuss how Becca established trust and exploration with Veda during their walks, how she’s dealt with Veda’s passing by temporarily stopp...


21 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Diocese of London, United Kingdom. Contemplating a wall plaque in Walthamstow, north-east London, to commemorate victims of a fatal bomb raid by the Luftwaffe in 1940 during the London Blitz.

Beneath the City by the Chester Canal

21 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Chester, United Kingdom. The original Chester Canal runs deep below the city centre in North West England, next to the Roman city walls. The canal was one of the first to be built in England in the 1770s and has had a chequered history whilst leaving its m...

Beloved Hollywood Actor/Steve Guttenberg

21 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Steve Guttenberg is known for his role in films including Diner, Police Academy, Short Circuit, Three Men and a Baby, and television shows including Ballers and Veronica Mars.  He is the author of the book "Time to Thank", the story of caregiving his late...

A Walk-through Maine Rock & Roll Music History

17 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Buzz Knight is joined by the author of the book" A Long, Long Time Ago", Ford Reiche and legendary music executive Andrew Govatsos.Support the show: for privacy information.

Megson on Teesside

16 May, 2024 · Folk on Foot
Our wettest episode ever features the wonderful duo Megson (Stu and Debs Hanna) walking, talking and playing along the River Tees between Stockton and Middlesborough. This is where Stu and Debs grew up, began making music and fell in love. Their powerful s...

Bombay Beach

15 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Squeaky Springs (historical), United States. A partially-flooded trailer community with a few hundred homes, on the east shore of the Salton Sea, Bombay Beach is one of the lowest communities below sea level in the U.S.

Boldt Castle, a Gilded Age summer house

15 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Black Lake (historical), United States. A huge Gilded Age summer house on an island in the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River.

Boise Meridian Initial Point

15 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Murphy, United States. The selection of this volcanic butte 20 miles from Boise City as the Initial Point for a survey of the Idaho Territory in 1867 was due to the isolation of its prominence, and that it was far enough west that the meridian would extend...

Fivebough Sunrise

15 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Fivebough Wetlands is more than a swamp, it’s a jewel in the Riverina’s crown. In a comparison of 360 wetlands as part of the Murray-Darling Basin Waterbird Project, Fivebough recorded the highest number of waterbird species and it ranked second fo...

Classic Replay with singer songwriter Paul Rodgers

15 May, 2024 · Takin’ A Walk
Paul is one of the most influential figures in rock history known for his work with Free, Bad Company and The Firm.Support the show: for privacy information.

Destigmatizing Menstruation with August Co-Founder Nadya Okamoto

15 May, 2024 · This Morning Walk
Libby welcomes Nadya Okamoto, the co-Founder of August, a lifestyle brand working to reimagine periods to be powerful. This episode is an invitation to reflect on the shame that we as a society have put on menstruation and how we think and talk about it. T...

Boeing Main Assembly Plant

14 May, 2024 · Placecloud
Everett, United States. Often cited as the “largest building in the world,” Boeing’s aircraft assembly building in Everett, Washington, where commercial airliners including the 747 were built.

mindful walking

A form of mindful movement. It uses the everyday activity of walking as a mindfulness practice to help you become more aware of the sensations in your body. By tuning into your environment and the sensations in your body as you walk, it can help you to focus on the present moment.

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