October 28, 2022 This episode is about two years overdue! It is a tribute to my late undergrad percussion professor, Joseph Goebel (11/8/39-10/26/20) who passed away on October 26, 2020. He was truly, one-of-a-kind! This episode features me and my memories of The Chief. It begins with the first time that I met him, at my undergrad percussion audition. Through a series of vignettes I attempt to paint the picture of studying with and observing Joe. I talk about his studio, what was meaningful to him, his famous spaghetti dinners, the Tchaikovsky 4th Symphony 'timpani challenge', the national tours with the West Chester Univeristy Percussion Ensemble, his unique sense of humour and of course, the most valuable lesson that he ever taught me right after our last time performing together in Clearwater, Florida at the Adam's Mark Hotel. Hail to the Chief!