Arts & Culture

Tonight The Echo Chamber commemorated the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. – featuring the “I Have A Dream” speech as well as parts of the “But If Not” sermon, and of course many tracks fitting the theme. Brand new music from SOJA, Sir Oliver Skardy & Fahrenheit 451, African Head Charge, Dubsalon, Dub for Light, Rivel feat. K.E.M., Fumitake Uchida, and more.

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We speak with Alex Gilvarry about his debut novel, From the Memoirs of a Non-Enemy Combatant, the story of a fashion designer who is sent to Guantanamo Bay for his supposed involvement in a terrorist plot.

Our guest in the second half of the show is poet Sierra DeMulder. An award-winning veteran of both the local and national poetry slam scene, she will release her second collection of poetry, New Shoes on a Dead Horse, Sunday, January 29th, at Honey.

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Live interview with Suzzy Roche!

My favorite musical journey: Back & forth between Spain, Cuba, Central America,Portugal, and Brazil!

Byron Katie

Byron Katie founder of The Work talked about how her work was and is influenced by The Work and The Words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Act 2 of The Great High Wind That Blew the Low Post Down, the story of Bob Beers and how he got the Great McGinty fiddle, and with it the Scotch/Irish music that helped spawn the folk renaissance of the 1960s. From the One Act Audio Theater of San Francisco.

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Social injustice and children with guest Lenel Strowder.
Hosted by Charles E. Cox.

DeAnna Pursai discusses her businesses: Angels on Stage and the College of Adaptive Arts

Minneapolist activist MEL REEVES talks about why MArtin luthe kind jr REMAINS RELEVENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY