Gore Vidal Attempts to Enlighten The World on Audio Podcast!
For actor, author, lecturer, essayist, and witty elder statesman, Gore Vidal has never met a subject he wouldn't tackle. From religion (Messiah) to politics (United States) to sex (Myra Breckinridge), this man of letters is always pressing buttons. Dusty met him at his LA home. (Music by Ljova.)
Auteur David Lynch Alters Reality on Audio Podcast Debut!
For abstract visionary David Lynch, the world is your own reality. From the center of your mind to the ever expanding universe of his latest feature INLAND EMPIRE, we bring you a frank discussion about TM, movies, and the metaphysical connection of art to human beings.
Writer Bruce Jay Friedman Positions Himself in Podcast Debut!
Bronx-born Bruce Jay Friedman has a writer's resume many envy. From successful books (Stern, A Father's Kisses) to movies (Splash, The Heartbreak Kid), his life resonates well beyond the velvet rope of Elaine's. Check out his latest book Sexual Pensées.
Art Impresario Exposes The Gallery World on Podcast Debut!
From her salad days as an art student in Hawaii to collecting in NYC to opening her successful Bergamot Station gallery in Santa Monica, for many struggling artists Patricia Correria is the patron saint of Chicano art. (Music by Los Lobos.
Madcap Waitress' History of The Akron Sound, Part Deux! Svengali
Chris Butler continues to define alternative music. From The Waitresses to Tin Huey to holding the Guinness World Record for the longest recorded pop song, here's part two of his podcast interview and history of N.E. Ohio rock.
Matthew Modine Comes Clean and Gets Green on Podcast Debut!
For NYC-based actor/director/writer Matthew Modine, the environment is not a dirty word. Beyond his storied movie career, he's worked diligently on practical solutions and simple strategies that can impact the earth in a positive manner.
A Police-man Explicates The Mysteries of UK Rock on Podcast Debut!
Before The Police dominated music in late 70s/early 80s, guitarist Andy Summers was already a master guitarist. From his love of jazz (Grant Green to Ralph Towner) to his favorite Police song, he shares tales from his new memoir One Train Later.