Where have we been and where are we going?.

By Posted in - Guests & The Schedule & The Show on July 18th, 2016

Not sure if you have noticed or not, but Stew and The Nunn has been off the air the last two weeks. It is summer and like many of our fans, life gets busy in the warm summer months. Once school was out for the kids, we were dealing with weddings, birthdays, vacations, etc. and since there are only two of us running this show, something had to give. We had to put our families first for a little while, so we hope you can forgive us.

Also as part of this summer break, we took this opportunity to work out the details for our transition to a new radio medium. Starting on Tuesday, July 19th 2016, Stew and The Nunn will be featured on the Veteran Radio Syndicate (www.vetrs.com). We are honored and excited to move to this new venue and broadcast alongside so many other popular shows like FemVets, Drunk Tank by 5Bravo, Revolution Radio 7/14, Short Timer Radio and many others.

There is a chat room on there so our listeners, fans, and even guests can continue to text-chat during the show. Be sure to visit www.vetrs.com or vrs.podomatic.com to setup your stream, iTunes feed, and to listen live. Also check out Veteran Radio Syndicate on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Dzoneradio.

On August 11th, 2015 we started Stew and The Nunn radio with a great first guest, Mr. Dave Bray who was the lead singer of the patriotic rock band Madison Rising at the time. Now on July 19th, 2016 we are resetting our show on a new outlet with our first guest on Veteran Radio Syndicate being Mr. Dave Bray, singer, songwriter and owner of Dave Bray USA (www.davebrayusa.com).


We are so happy to have Dave back on the show to talk about what he is doing now in his new adventure, what is happening with Dave Bray USA and to get some of his reflection on the current affairs in the nation and the world. It will be an exciting night you do not want to miss. Be sure to tune in at www.vetrs.com at 8PM EST sharp.

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