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Micaela Blei – Martha/Tom Waits

Posted on January 24, 2014 by Dana

Storyteller Micaela Blei on how she fell hopelessly in love with a magician–who was both wrong for her and totally right for her all at the same time. “David Copperfield looked down at Whit and said, ‘Here’s a magic lesson–always … Continue reading

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Amanda Duarte – Could’ve Been/Tiffany

Posted on January 17, 2014 by Dana

Writer and voice over artist Amanda Duarte tells us her heartbreaking story about the remarkable closeness of twins. “They wore matching Swatches with matching rubber guards, and matching mismatched red and purple Converse high tops.” Photo of Amanda by D. … Continue reading

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Combat Jack – A Meeting With Diddy

Posted on January 9, 2014 by Dana

Our first episode of 2014! Here’s radio host and former managing editor of The Source Combat Jack (aka Reggie Osse) on being one of the original true “hip-hop attorneys”, and how his first meeting with Diddy was in the last … Continue reading

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Best of Soundtrack Series 2013

Posted on December 19, 2013 by Dana

It’s the best of Soundtrack Series for 2013! Eight of our favorite stories from our shows in New York and Austin this year. Jean Grae, Ken Caillat, Bob Khosravi, James Bewley, Kennedy, Holly Lorka, Mark Douglas and Bill Stephney tell … Continue reading

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Maggie Serota – Tomorrow/Morrissey

Posted on December 12, 2013 by Dana

From our show at the Museum of the Moving Image–writer Maggie Serota on the video for “Tomorrow” and how Morrissey will always be her first unattainable man. “There was something I really got about Morrissey–like, he was born 40 years … Continue reading

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Serch – “Flavor Flav Is A Genius”

Posted on December 5, 2013 by Dana

From our Hip-Hop Soundtrack Series, this is Serch on his adventures in Glasgow with Flavor Flav. “Wake up! We gotta go feed the pigeons!” Photo of Serch by D. Robert Wolcheck

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Milk Dee – Top Billin’/Audio Two

Posted on November 27, 2013 by Dana

From our all hip-hop show, this is Milk Dee, and his story of the years of hard work, faith and tireless self promotion it took to get someone to listen to “Top Billin’”–a song that would become one of the … Continue reading

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Mark Douglas – Welcome to the Jungle/Guns N Roses

Posted on November 14, 2013 by Dana

From one of our shows at the Museum of the Moving Image–Key of Awesome creator Mark Douglas explains just how important it is to learn and memorize lead singer signature dances. “I didn’t know what I was practicing this dance … Continue reading

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Monique Daviau – How Soon Is Now/The Smiths

Posted on November 6, 2013 by Dana

From one of our Austin shows–writer Monique Daviau tells us what it’s like when the girl who’s into Morrissey takes a stab at dating the guy who’s into Frank Sinatra. “Recently it occurred to me that the only men who … Continue reading

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R. Eric Thomas – Get Me Bodied – Beyonce

Posted on October 30, 2013 by Dana

From our show at The Museum of the Moving Image–Philadelphia based storyteller, playwright and “dramedian” R. Eric Thomas tells us about what the video for Get Me Bodied means to him, and that fateful night when a diva saved his … Continue reading

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