Who are you?

Jeff Breeze — Host of Pipeline! He plays all the music, books all bands, and does all the interviews. He is the big cheese. If you’re in a band, you want to kiss this guy’s ass. He likes ice cream even more than you do.

Mike Reed — Formerly “top secret stuff by day”, now more like “Naked Gun.” Swaggering audio stud by night. He’s to die for, folks.

Andy Hong — Founding engineer of Pipeline!, way back when. Spiritual leader. Grand Poobah. Isn’t around much anymore. Personally knows 1/3 of all the people in the world.


Ramsey Tantawi — Engineer. Working stiff. Resident dummy. Responsible for foisting this blog onto the world. Engineer from early 2001 to January 2008. A move to the left coast will do that to you.

Kyle Bittinger — Engineer from early 2002 until late 2005, back again in late 2006, then gone sometime in 2007. Guitar player extraordinaire.

Bryan Cord — Engineer. MIT Electrical Engineering PhD student. Creates sprawling wreckage solely through use of audio equipment. Known for fat cats, drinking beer, and rent-free living, not necessarily in that order.

Nick McCarthy — Engineer from 2004 to 2006. Outstandingly handsome. No longer the resident man of leisure.

Paul Koelle — Formerly of a pretty great Boston band. A new edition, but not New Edition. Think of other Maurice Starr endeavors.

John Hecker — Life has dealt this guy a pretty sweet hand. He’s making the most of it. He is not one of the folks that that movie ’21’ is about though. He’s too young for that.

Bob Dubrow — Host from late 1993 to 2003. Retired from Pipeline!, but still hosts Lost and Found every other Monday. Throws epic pool parties.

Ian Forsyth — Engineer from sometime in the late 1990’s to late 2001. Rest In Peace, my friend.

Carl Plaster — Engineer for most of the shows from 1990 to 1995 (approximate).

Nancy Tessel — Host from 1991 to 1993.

Ron Spangler — Host from 1990 to 1991.

Andy Hong and Ted Young — Alternated hosting and engineering the show from its beginning in early 1989 until 1990.

There are others, and many of these dates are approximate. Contact us if you can help fill in the gaps.