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Interview: Jesse Colin Young

Jesse Colin Young has been singing songs about the environment, peace and relationships since the start of his solo career in 1964.  In Carol's interview on the Test of Time Jesse describes the Youngbloods' early days as the house band…

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Interview with Martin Barre

Jethro Tull blended hard rock, blues, folk and surreal lyrics to become one of the most unique progressive rock bands of our era. Joining Tull in 1969 for the recording of “Living in the Past”, Martin Barre continued to provide…

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OMB Peezy interview w/ riz aka rsd 7.30.17

I caught up with "Homegrown Mobile Alabama's" OMB Peezy. OMB Peezy was first signed by E-40's SickWidIt Records, and he just recently signed with 300 Entertainment, the record label behind Fetty Wap & the Migos. In this interview, we talk…

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Aug 3 event: Cynthia Connolly on punk in L.A. and D.C.

I was able to interview artist/author Cynthia Connolly before she speaks at Santa Cruz MAH, about her book Banned in DC. Cynthia talks about her experience in both the LA and Washington D.C. punk community; documenting what she felt the scene was really about and truly creative people in there. Check out the interview and listen as we discuss about race, gender, and art!
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RBC Bugzy interview w/ riz aka rsd 6.28.17

Since the Spring 2017 quarter has ended, I've been doing a number of interviews, trying to help put on these upcoming musicians, especially from the Bay Area. I interviewed Rubber Band Clan's finest (RBC) Bugzy from Richmond, California. Bugzy has…

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