Bob and Ron’s World Wide Stereo: Riding a Winning Horse
First, you hear a woman’s voice, full-throated and sexy: “”Bob Cole from Bob and Ron’s World Wide Stereo on The Good Stuff.”
Then comes that scratchy, no-nonsense baritone Pennsylvania radio listeners know so well, the voice that has been urging them to visit him in person for fun and a little mischief for more than 20 years.
“All right, let’s talk Italian restaurants, and the difference between a 25-year-old, family-owned, Zagat-rated little gem and a national chain,” Bob Cole begins, delivering his radio monologue like he was sitting next to you at a bar. “One is genuine: homemade pasta, sauces perfected over time, everything fresh and made to order. The other? It’s a factory, with short order cooks pretending to be master chefs. Where would you rather eat?”