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The Charlotte Podcast

By John & Miller

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Our names are John and Miller and we believe that lots of interesting things happen in Charlotte. They can be great things everyone is proud of. They can also be unsavory, disappointing, or missed opportunities. We want to understand all of these things and we think you do too.

Customer Reviews

Two thumbs up!

I really enjoy listening to John and Miller! They give a different, fresh perspective on the Charlotte and am excited to hear more. The history segment is awesome - history is what connects the people to their city to create a community. Oh, and they're kind of funny too.

Witty and the stage is set

John and Miller are sharp and have set the stage for a successful podcast. The historical focus and how it relates to a young city of transplants is what I'm most looking forward to. I definitely trust these two to give our generation of Charlotteans the "how" and "why" that are unknown in so many important situations and to do so in an entertaining way.

Candid Discussions About Charlotte

I was drawn to this podcast for one core reason: to finally figure out if Miller (aka @MR_Yoho) and John (aka @theTrolleyWalk) are the same person. I thought that for one person to pull off a discussion using dual personas would require an incredible verbal talent, or perhaps some tedious editing.

My conclusion?

... I’m really not sure. I think they still might be the same person.

I listened to both episodes, and both voices - while incredibly tolerable - were also eerily similar. This probably also explains their seamless dynamic, something that is uncommon for a podcast with as many episodes as (alleged) hosts.

It also explains their deep knowledge of their subject: the city of Charlotte. They (or he) clearly have history in and around Charlotte (referencing May 20th in the first episode), and have seen it change throughout the years. Not only do they/he know the city, but they are able to put a pretty entertaining spin on it, covering it in a knowledgeable way while also giving you a sense of his - err, their personalities.

My only gripes would be the name itself, which is generic enough to get lost in iTunes searches, plus I know they are more clever than that.

If you like Charlotte, give this podcast a listen. If you like studies in schizophrenia, give this podcast a listen. I kinda like both, so I’ll definitely be listening.


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