Monday, March 10, 2008

POWDER RIVER


For the next week you can hear POWDER RIVER - ON THE TRAIL OF THE BIG HORN in a stream on Jim French's IMAGINATION THEATER. This program actually contains two episodes from the series, "The General" and "On The Trail of the Big Horn."
Next month it will be one year since we went on the air with IMAGINATION THEATRE, and every month we get the same six people or so who leave comments like "This show sucks," "It's the worst thing on the air," "The writing is childish - in fact, my nine year old can write better," and "please, please, make this show go away!"

But then we get thirty or more votes and comments monthly from people who like the show, so that's more like it!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

i myself enjoy the powder river series more than anything else that i listen to on sonic theatre keep up the good work

Jerry Robbins said...

Thanks! Much appreciated! Make sure you let Sonic Theater know!

Anonymous said...

THIS IS THE ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS ON XM RADIO. PLEASE KEEP MAKING POWDER RIVER EPISODES. YOU ARE REALLY CREATIVE AND HAVE A GREAT IMAGINATION. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

JASON IN LYNCHBURG, TN.

Jerry Robbins said...

Thanks, Jason! I appreciate the kind words, and thank you for listening!

Anonymous said...

love powder river!!!...i drive a truck all day long and p/r helps the day go by much better...tac1861

Jerry Robbins said...

Thank you for writing, tac1861! Where do you drive? Thanks for listening!!

csstern said...

I think the great appeal of the Powder River series is the "old style" in which they are written. For those of us who are old enough to have experienced the joys of radio theater as children and even early television we relate on a visceral level and when you add in that western element, it is just pure joy for us. We all played at "cowboys and indians" growing up, so we can revel in the nostalgia of it while we enjoy the gifted performances by the cast and crew. I think as long as there is a baby boomer left with enough money in their IRA for XM radio or an mp3 download, Jerry Robbins will have a source of income! Great work, wish I'd stumbled onto it earlier. And now, onto all your other titles, as I wait for more Powder River... FEED ME! Oh dear, another obsession...