The Y'all Lifestyle meets The Jambalaya with the Kingfish. That's right, none other than Bo Bounds appeared on the podcast. There is no shortage of topics as we discussed college football, early signings, NIL, Coach, and the local scene. Part one is posted below. The podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon. Enjoy.
Part 2 of the interview with former Hinds County Court Judge and JPD officer Bill Skinner. Judge Skinner tells horror stories from youth court, unloads on Bennie Thompson, and calls out Tomie Green. It's Judge Skinner, so the podcast will be anything but boring.
Attorney Don Barrett appeared on The Jambalaya with the Kingfish. Mr. Barrett represents a group of farmers victimized in the Express Grain fiasco. The Express Grain bankruptcy is going to have a $100-$200 million effect on the Delta economy. Mr. Barrett was quite candid the answer to any and all questions about the subject.
Former Hinds County Court Judge William Skinner appears on The jambalaya with the Kingfish. In part one, we discuss gangs, t. He Capitol Street shootout, some interesting episodes from the bench, and some rather unpredictable topics. Stay tuned for part two as it will be even better.
Here is part two of Joey Tannehill's appearance on The Jambalaya with the Kingfish. Joey is a local bartender, bass player, and street philosopher. Joey discusses the music scene and dishes the dirt on the restaurant business as well.
Joey Tannehill appears on The Jambalaya with the Kingfish this week. Joey is a local bartender, bass player, and street philosopher. We discuss the music business, horror stories from the bar, how the pandemic decimated entertainment, and his time in the Vice Lords as a kid.