It has been a while, but Joe Capobianco is back on the podcast to hang out with Nick to drink some whiskey, unload some stories and tell it like it is about quite a few things. When these two get conversin' it just doesn't slow down until it's over. Tons of tattoo history talk here and lots of discussion about the way things were and how they're goin' now. Alley Cat's very own Trevor Smith is hanging around for a good long bit of the first half, then the man across the way from him, Mr. Richie Stutler sits in on the tail end. A great time is had by all, leading right into the big Alley Cat Tattoo Twentieth Anniversary Celebration. Hell yeah.
Now that we're right up in the celebrations of Alley Cat Tattoo's twentieth anniversary, Nick recorded with someone who was there right at the beginning while he was visiting Richmond. Keith is a long time friend of the shop and was around when things were just kickin' off. You get to hear about some of the old days when there was a quite different crew and the barber shop next door was still swingin' and Chris "Big Tats" Porter went by a different nickname and was still a fresh faced starter learnin' from Nick and Keith and all the other characters around back in the day. It's a great time, so give it a listen.