This week, The Greatest Song Ever Sung (Poorly) finishes up its look back on its inaugural season, including the final four quickfire rounds. In these fifty-nine minutes, you'll hear from:
Terry and Naomi Clark (owners of Black Parakeetz in Nyack, NY): 4:33
Honey Leavitt (host, "The Honey Leavitt Show" podcast): 17:12
Christian Swain (host, "Rock N Roll Archaeology" podcast): 25:48
Douglas Wolk (author, "All of the Marvels"): 35:32
Then, Adam and Ed reveal some data from the first season, including this season's winner (loser?) of everyone's favorite karaoke question, "If you could magically strike one song from every karaoke playlist forever, which song would you choose?" They also wax nostalgic on some good memories from the first season, and cast their shiny, hopeful eyes towards what season two will bring this February.
As always, you can find more info on the website (https://www.sungpoorly.com), and on social media–the show is @sungpoorly on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and now even Tiktok. You can reach Adam and Ed via email by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The discussion continues at The Greatest Song Ever Sung (Poorly) Podcast Facebook group.
Theme song: "Gasoline" by Ben Dumm and the Deviants. Make sure to check out Ben's newest music at The Ben Dumm 3.