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TREY WRIGHT, jazz guitarist and educator at Kennesaw State University, talks about teaching new musicians how to become self-sustaining "working artists" and how Joni Mitchell continues to inform his work.
Check him out on Sunday, Sept. 29, at VENKMAN’S in Old Fourth Ward where he’ll be performing "A Night of Joni Mitchell" with vocalist Laura Coyle, saxophonist Mace Hibbard (Lyle Lovett Large Band, bassist Robert Dickson and drummer Justin Chesarek (Jazz Percussion Professor at KSU).
Check out Ariel Fristoe’s OUT OF HAND THEATER and their fascinating plan to perform at 100 Dinners for 1000 People at the August 25, 2019 DECATUR DINNERS. Get thee to a dinner as a great way to have a civic discussion, delicious meal, and thought-provoking performance!
*Dogs of Rwanda, a prior play produced by OOH, was written by Sean Christopher Lewis
ANSLEY STEWART shares her musical journey from Athens to Atlanta and Laura Hennighausen, Executive Director of FREEDOM PARK CONSERVANCY, shares plans for upcoming year to connect more people with Atlanta's massive greenspace.
Learn more about ALEX GORDON HI FI, whose music you heard on this episode, HERE.
GABBIE ROTTS talks about making punk music her mother will like and how to best torment your friends.
James Carr is organizing FARMERS JAM on Wed., NOV. 14, to gather some musical farmers from the region and highlight jam made from local produce. Proceeds benefit future good food in your belly. Show’s at The Star Bar!
ADAM KLEIN talks about his latest album and his musical connection to the country of Mali. Check out a documentary he’s working on HERE, as well as a Christina Ricci Amazon film on Zelda Fitzgerald that he’s in HERE.
Sarah Buchanan-Sasson and her husband are doing powerful work connecting Rwandans with opportunities through the KULA PROJECT. They’ll be sharing their story at Ponce City Market in November with some of their successful Rwandan entrepreneurs.
NIKKI & THE PHANTOM CALLERS are making some beautiful music for your earholes.
Angel Poventud shares his suggestions for engagement to create a more affordable, easily accessible, and better connected Atlanta through the potential light rail asked for by BELTLINE RAIL NOW. Learn more about the More MARTA plan being voted on this week.. tell your friends and let folks know what you think!
ALEX GORDON HIFI provides the marvy “tweener” music.