Producer of ‘The Rush Limbaugh Show’ Seeks to Honor Late Radio Host in New Podcast

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Producer of ‘The Rush Limbaugh Show’ Seeks to Honor Late Radio Host in New Podcast

By Movieguide® Staff

In February, renowned conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh died of lung cancer at the age of 70. But friend and producer James Golden, also known as “Bo Snerdley,” announced a podcast to honor Limbaugh and the mark he made through radio. 

“It is a tremendous honor to host this tribute podcast series and I will do my very best to make Rush proud and provide his vast audience with a true representation of our beloved host,” Golden told BizPac Review.

The podcast is set to premiere on iHeartRadio on May 12. 

“I’ll just tell you, from personal interactions, you would be hard-pressed to find a greater brand ambassador and believer in this radio program and person grateful to you than James,” regular guest on “The Rush Limbaugh Show” and host of “The Todd Herman” show said.

Herman revealed on his podcast that Golden’s new show is dedicated to Limbaugh and will “give you a sense of how Rush changed America as we know it with the Golden EIB Microphone, the EIB microphone.” 

Limbaugh’s family held a funeral on March 3. 

Movieguide® previously reported

Kathryn Limbaugh talked to her late husband’s audience on the “The Rush Limbaugh Show” about the ceremony at the Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri.

“It was just stunning, if you can imagine, looking forward through a winding road to see this beautiful carriage with grass in it and then flags around his gravesite. So as we approach the gravesite, you could see these beautiful American flags waving in the wind and the sun was shining through directly on that spot. It couldn’t have been more fitting,” Kathryn Limbaugh said.

She continued: “So Rush was escorted to his final resting place. We prayed around Rush and we also played some of his favorite music from ‘America The Beautiful’ by Ray Charles, and also a musical version of the ‘Irish Blessing,’ which we knew Rush also loved.”