He is Ethan Carey, I am Lou Milano and for almost 15 years we have been the Ethan and Lou Morning Show on I-95.
In that time, a lot has happened for both of us personally including, a marriage, the birth of three children, the birth of two grandchildren, moves, loss, and joy.
For all of the changes we've implemented to the radio show over the years, it is the one thing that has changed the least in our lives. For me, it has been one of the most stable, and important relationships I've ever had.
An Exploration of 14 Years of the Ethan and Lou Morning Show on I-95
This Sunday (8/22/21) marks the 14th Anniversary of the Ethan and Lou Show Morning Show on I-95. We look back at some of the many memories Ethan and I have had together and with you.
It wasn't that emotional, I need to use "power words" to grab your attention. I mean it was a little sappy but we need to give you a reason to stay.
In case you thought I was full of s--- about invading Sherman in a submarine
I did it for New Milford, it was pointless and hilarious until I made a bunch of people late for work.
Ethan & Lou Before They Were A Duo
Ethan & Lou's 8 Most Famous Guests
JK's Texas Hot Weiners Has Nearly 100 Year History in Danbury
How does one family owned business survive for nearly 100 years? I don't know the answer, but the folks at JK's Texas Hot Weiners in Danbury do. Not only does JK's serve a unique and delicious product with care, but they do it together and it's evident in their history.
In 1970, Two Men Robbed a Danbury Bank + Blew Up the Police Station
The story of the Pardue brothers, their connection to Danbury and what happened in the Hat City in February of 1970 came to us from Mike Allen. Every Tuesday Mike joins the Ethan and Lou Show on I-95 for a feature called "The Place You Live" and this week it was a local story unlike any I'd ever heard.
John Pardue was a 27-year-old man in 1970 who lived in Danbury, his brother James was 23, and living in Lusby, MD. Before the story finds its way to the Hat City, and the brothers rob the Union Savings Bank on Main Street, they had already racked up quite the list of astonishing crimes.
Prior to Danbury, they robbed banks in Lewisboro, NY, Georgetown, CT and Union, MO. They also killed their father, their grandmother, two other men who helped them pull off the robbery in Georgetown, CT and had, at minimum, a role in the death of an innocent Bridgeport man that they stole a car from. John and James Pardue were hardened criminals before their Danbury bank robbery.
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