Shepherd's Radio Show Became A Nightly Tradition For Many In 1960s, 70s

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There’s a new book out about Jean Shepherd, the comic voice of a generation.

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Shepherd’s nightly radio show became a tradition for many in the 1960s and 1970s.

The book, called “Shep’s Army: Bummers, Blisters, & Boondoggles,” was edited by Eugene Bergmann.

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He sat down with CBS 2’s Dick Brennan on Sunday to discuss the book and the Shepherd’s legacy.

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