The Local Flavors podcast features Westerville and other Columbus-based artists of all genres. They talk about their time in the industry and banter with WOBN personalities about stories regarding personal experiences.
In the third edition of Local Flavors, host Tim Pennucci talks with the first Otterbein graduate guest to appear on the podcast, pop-blend artist JT Hillier.
The class of 2012 graduate talks Otterbein and its role in helping him exist in today's media landscape and how small cities like Columbus and Nashville provide better opportunities than Los Angeles.
Pennucci and Hillier also discuss a controversial opinion on Toto's hit "Africa", the mysteriously common genre known as "neo-soul", a tambourine man at one of Hillier's shows, and some of Hillier's first recorded demos that were uncovered by Otterbein facilities worker, Sean Moneypenny.