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  • Conversation from the Lunch Hour Summer Concert Series, between artist Joe West and McDonald's Owner/operator Jonathan Chan.
  • Dazz & Brie give an amazing performance at the Lunch Hour Summer Concert Series sponsored by McDonalds.
  • A performance from Tylo May, Rapper & Designer from Fort Smith, AR. This performance was recorded during the Lunch Hour Summer Concert Series Sponsored by McDonald's.
  • A memorable performance from Joe Smith in Muskogee, AR. Joe, delivers a beautiful mix of original and cover songs.
  • Get ready for an electrifying episode of "The Lunch Hour Podcast" as we're joined by a few incredible guests! Hailing from Little Rock, AR, the dynamic duo Dazz & Brie will grace us with their soulful tunes and share their journey in the music industry. But that's not all – we're also sitting down with McDonald's owner/operator Cody Matthews from Fayetteville, AR, who's got a fascinating story to tell about the intersection of fast food and community impact. Tune in for a fusion of music and entrepreneurship, as we explore the artistry of Dazz & Brie and Cody's unique perspective on running a McDonald's restaurant in the heart of Arkansas. Don't miss this inspiring and harmonious episode – hit that play button now!
  • Join us in this episode of The Lunch Hour as we celebrate Fort Smith, Arkansas, through the captivating stories of two hometown heroes, Michael Hadley, the friendly face behind the local McDonald's franchise, and Tylo May, an extraordinary hip-hop artist and visionary fashion designer. Discover how these Fort Smith natives have not only found success but also left their indelible mark on their beloved city. This episode is a journey through the unique flavors and rhythms of Fort Smith. Don't miss out on this blend of hometown pride, talent, and inspiration.
  • Get ready for an unforgettable episode of "The Lunch Hour Summer Concert Podcast" as we dive deep into the captivating intersection of music, Tulsa's historical scene, and an iconic moment in fast-food history. Join us as we chat with Steph Simon, a Tulsa music legend, and McDonald's owner/operator Mike Gentry, who played a pivotal role in the first-of-its-kind McDonald's concert. Steph Simon will take us on a journey through Tulsa's rich music history, while Mike Gentry offers a behind-the-scenes look at this unique fusion of fast food and live music. Discover the evolution of Tulsa's music scene, the creative synergy that birthed this groundbreaking event, and the enduring impact it left. Don't miss this incredible fusion of music, history, and unexpected collaborations – subscribe now and hit that notification bell to stay updated!