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 second episode of Local Flavors, WOBN General Manager Tim Pennucci sits down with Brady Fulton, a folk and traditional renowned in the Westerville open-mic scene.
The Shadyside, Ohio native talks with WOBN about his new E.P., "Songs with Friends" and the copious amount of cover songs he plays, ranging from the mid-19 century to YouTube parodies.
Fulton also talks about his time in Haiti building an orphanage, singing acapella with two of his favorite artists during a storm at a renaissance festival, super bowl parties, and being embraced by "Java Family" and becoming one of Java Central's most prominent open-mic artists.