After 22 years of broadcasting minor league baseball, 19 withthe New York Yankees Triple-A affiliate in Columbus, Terry Smithmade his Major League debut in 2002 with the Angels. Perhapshe brought them good luck as the Angels won their only World Seriestitle that year. Terry discusses how Rex Hudler helped himland the Angels job, the importance of family and what it was liketo have his broadcast partner, Rory Markas, pass away. Thisis one of the more emotional and rawest Voice Behind the Voiceepisodes yet. Follow us on Twitter at @thevoicebtv or onFacebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindtheVoice.
Ever wonder what Paul Allen would say if the Vikings win the Super Bowl. He tells us in this entertaining and informative chat. He is a self described cheerleader for the Minnesota Vikings and wears his emotion on his sleeve, but Paul Allen doesn't apologize for that. Many of his calls live on in soundbites across the internet. He discusses his most memorable and heartbreaking moment as a Vikings broadcaster (it's the same game), his first viral moment and how he juggles being the voice of the Vikings, doing a three hour show on KFAN and calling the races at Canterbury Park. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @TheVoiceBTV or on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheVoiceBehindtheVoice
He has spent 35 years with the LA Kings and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015 becoming the third Kings broadcaster to earn the distinctive honor. In 1990 he took over the radio duties and in 2012 called the Kings first Stanley Cup Championship, the first in franchise history. He had to wait just two seasons to call his second. He discusses the influence his father had on him in the business, how a minor league hockey coach helped him get the job with the Kings, what it was like when the Kings won the Cup, if he ever got to drink out of it and what it's like being among the pantheon of HOF LA broadcasters.
When you have a chance to sit down with a broadcaster that has called nearly every potential sport you jump at the opportunity. Ted Robinson is the voice of Wimbledon, the French Open, multiple Olympic events, NCAA basketball and countless other sporting events. He is currently the radio voice for the San Francisco 49ers and used to broadcast for the Minnesota Twins. Sean Aronson discusses all of this along with what it was like to be on the field, as a Notre Dame manager, for the Rudy game, having John McEnroe as your broadcast partner and replacing legendary broadcasters.
Mark Johnson, the radio voice of the University of Colorado football and men's basketball discusses what it was like to replace the legendary voice, Larry Zimmer in the booth. While he didn't go to Syracuse, he managed to land the basketball broadcasting job and discusses what it was like to get that position and call the Carmelo Anthony led championship team. Also, he discusses what it's like having former athletes jump into the booth and how good Peyton Manning might be as an analyst.
In the first ever episode with an actual guest, Bob Kurtz, the only radio play-by-play broadcaster in the Minnesota Wild's history sits down with host Sean Aronson. Bob talks about his time with the Boston Red Sox, why he decided to leave to take the Wild job and his time with the Minnesota Twins.
Welcome in to the newest podcast among a sea of podcasts in a world where anyone with a microphone, a recorder and a thought in their head can have a podcast. I get it. There are podcasts on top of podcasts out there. Pick a category, pick a topic and there is a podcast about it. Until now. This podcast, "The Voice Behind the Voice" takes sports fans into the lives of the people they grew up listening to. When you tune into your favorite team these voices are the one that bring you all the heart-stopping action. But what do you really know about them. This podcast aims to give you a little more information on the voices you've listened to for your entire life. This preview episode talks about how I came up with the idea and what to expect from the podcast moving forward. Feedback is appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org, following me on Twitter at @thevoicebtv, Facebook at www.facebook.com/thevoicebtv or on the website at thevoicebtv.libsyn.com.