The Michael Duprey Variety Hour

#116 Mark Whalen, Mike Rophone

Mark Whalen discusses his new album "Morning Glory" and tells us what the heck the Buttermilk Boys are. Then, Mike Rophone delves into the dark underworld of the Metro Detroit shopping scene.

5 months ago

Chill singer-songwriter Mark Whalen joins us on the show to discuss his new album “Morning Glory” and to tell us what the heck the Buttermilk Boys are. Then, Mall security guard Mike Rophone clips our microphones and tells us of the deep dark secrets of the corrupt underworld of the Metro Detroit shopping scene.

Credits: Mark Whalen, Andy Reid

Attributions: “Why Can’t I Grow a Mustache” by Mark Whalen “Someone To Be” by Mark Whalen “Dance Like It’s Saturday Night” by Mark Whalen

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