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November 3, 2011 at 5:52pm

Volcano Radio debuts tonight on NWCZ Radio

Volcano editor Matt Driscoll (left) and the Volcano's Brett Cihon share some "witty banter" during last night's maiden voyage of Volcano Radio.

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TUNE IN FROM 8-9 PM OR REGRET IT FOREVER >>>

Last night was big for us. Tonight will be even bigger.

Crossing a long-desired item off our collective bucket list, last night the Weekly Volcano recorded the very first episode of Volcano Radio - the Volcano's new Internet radio show and podcast.

It was the "maiden voyage," as I pointed out at least 87 times during last night's taping.

Don't believe me? Think I couldn't possibly use the classification, "maiden voyage" 87 times in a one-hour show?

You can listen yourself, tonight from 8-9 p.m., at NWCZRadio.com. Think of it as your chance to get in on something special before it sells out, moves to LA, gets bloated and eventually drinks itself to death.

While our first take was, shall we say, occasionally rough around the edges, I encourage everyone to tune in tonight. Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist was cool enough to stop by as Volcano Radio's very first guest, and it only gets better from there. A big thanks also goes out to the show's amazingly capable producer, Wonderboy, and the NWCZ's Darrell Fortune - without whom none of this would be possible.

Here are some pictures from last night's fun, courtesy of the one-and-only Bandito Betty.

Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist appears on Volcano Radio

Steph DeRosa and Rev. Adam McKinney listen to Matt Driscoll say something awkward

Bandito Betty was in the house with a "Dating Disaster" story

Fun was had by all

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Brought to you by the same questionable folks who make the Weekly Volcano, the South Sound's only alternative newsweekly, Volcano Radio is designed to be an every-Thursday audio companion to the arts, music, dining, entertainment and local current events coverage you've come to depend on from the paper and website. Occasionally it even succeeds.

Hosted by Volcano editor Matt Driscoll and Volcano music columnist Rev. Adam McKinney, and featuring regular contributions from Volcano scribes like Steph DeRosa, Jennifer Johnson, Christopher Wood and more, Volcano Radio airs every Thursday from 8 - 9 p.m. on NWCZRadio.com. Volcano Radio is also available for download as a podcast every week at weeklyvolcano.com

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