We discussed the influence (or not) of “the coasts” in this artistic age. You can listen here.
My first ever appearance on the show here. (I’ll never forget how Michael Feldman put me at my ease by recognizing my reference to dead emus).
And here’s the one where I talk about the kidney stone.
In advance of our trip to that side of the state, WUWM has re-aired an interview I did with Mitch Teich on Lake Effect awhile back. You can listen here.
UPDATE: If you’re new here, or looking for Tent Show Radio info, here are a few links.
Yesterday morning while standing in my little room over the garage looking out at a living landscape of sun-fired hoar frost, I did a phone interview with Susan Littlefield for the “Inside Ag” program. The interview will air in a couple of installments, the first of which can be heard here (or here) at 8:30 a.m. CST. We had a nice chat and I found out Susan has kin-in-laws up Turtle Lake way. And I went to school with some Littlefields.
Tonight I’ll be hauling my International Guitar over to the Red Parrot to play some of my songs with Sue Orfield and her crew. We rehearsed in a garage the other night (a Wisconsin garage with a heater that blows like the Devil’s own hairdryer). See y’there, if yer there.
I enjoyed speaking with Kacey (she was in New York’s Hudson Valley, I was in the back room of Racy D’Lene’s Coffee Lounge). You can listen to the interview here. I think it is important to note that as I understand it, this would never have happened if not for Kacey’s persistent sister, so thanks, Maria!
Talking about music, England, poetry, not drinking in bars, and why it takes him forever to write a book.