72 - Interview with Rylie Hightower of The Lumbar
Welcome to the 72nd edition of the Red Mountain Express podcast. We know this episode is coming to you later in the week than normal but a late episode is better than no episode! Matthew could not be with us this week. He is busy helping John Hammond open a dinosaur theme park. Remember Matt, never get out of the jeep!
This week Blake and Patrick returned to The Lumbar to discuss their cool bar concept with their co-founder Rylie Hightower. The crew also discussed national anthem tryouts with the Barons, The World Games 2021 Experience, KultureCity’s sensory room at the airport, James Beard award semi-finalist from Birmingham, and a new location for Hot & Hot Fish Club.
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