Alex Trajano started his love affair with audio after buying a 4 track recorder in the 80s. Later, as owner of Thrilla Park Studios, he worked with artists such as Marcus Belgrave and Iggy Pop & The Stooges. He’s won multiple awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and some have called his work “The New Sound of Public Radio.” Trajano also hosts of The Moth in Detroit and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s, “Live From Orchestra Hall.” Currently, Alex is producing the first WDET podcast, “The Beginning of the End.”
More of our favorite guests return to offer up Rapid-Fire Recommendations, including Chef Kate Williams of Lady of the House in Corktown, The Moth host Alex Trajano, stand-up comedian Josh Adams, and Dan Riley of Axle Brewing Co.
Alex Trajano, the host of the Detroit chapter of The Moth, the monthly storytelling event at the Marble Bar, drops by the podcast. He tells Seth and Becky about the Michigan storytelling scene, the secret to a good story, and how podcasts have improved the art of storytelling.
Before Detroit was known for cars, it was known for stoves. And The World's Largest Stove was birthed in the late 19th century at the peak of the country's stove fever. Beginning of the End producer Laura Herberg explores its bizarre life and death.
[21:43] A man that worked for two decades to preserve the legacy of the Motown musicians known as the Funk Brothers.
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Creator Details

Episode Count
24
Podcast Count
3
Total Airtime
5 hours, 19 minutes