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Adam Wade – Theme From The Fall Guy/Lee Majors

Posted on March 13, 2014 by Dana

Storytelling master Adam Wade on his deep connection to the theme song from The Fall Guy.

“So Lee Majors is with all the hot babes, he’s a tough guy, he’s a man’s man…Adam Wade. That’s what I wanted. I wanted to be that.”

Adam WadePhoto of Adam by D. Robert Wolcheck

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Sway’s Last Interview With Tupac

Posted on February 27, 2014 by Dana

From our hip-hop show, this is Sway and his story about his last interview with Tupac–which also may have been Tupac’s final interview.

“The last question I asked him was, ‘Where do you see yourself five years from now?’”

Sway - Soundtrack SeriesPhoto of Sway by D. Robert Wolcheck

(Tupac’s interview segment is included in this episode with Sway’s permission.)

Jay Byrd – I’m Coming Out/Diana Ross

Posted on February 14, 2014 by Dana

Writer and performer Jay Byrd on “I’m Coming Out”, and how Diana Ross took his virginity…more or less.

“Diana Ross took my virginity. Okay, that’s not exactly true. I wasn’t truly a virgin…”

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Photo of Jay by Kelly Hasandras

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Chris Apollo Lynn – Heartbeats/The Knife

Posted on February 7, 2014 by Dana

Founder and editor of Republic of Austin Chris Apollo Lynn, and his story about how The Knife’s Heartbeats will always connect him to his grandmother.

“Grandmothers are kind of like a Mom with a credit card.”

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David Crabb – Head Like a Hole/Nine Inch Nails

Posted on January 30, 2014 by Dana

Storyteller and creator of the show “Bad Kid” David Crabb looks back on his teen years as a Goth in Texas–and the very dramatic poetry that inspired.

“It was my Goth-est moment and you know who was there to see it? No one.”

David CrabbPhoto of David by D. Robert Wolcheck

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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 have a plan B.’”

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Photo of Micaela by D. Robert Wolcheck

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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.”

Amanda Duarte
Photo of Amanda by D. Robert Wolcheck

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Up Next…

Posted on January 14, 2014 by Dana

We’re going back to Austin! January 31 and February 1 at The Long Center!

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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 place he would have expected.

“First impressions are everything.”

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Photo of Combat Jack by D. Robert Wolcheck

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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 us all a thing or two–like the allure of 12 CDs for a penny. Or how hard it was to get BET to play the video for “Going Back to Cali.” Or what music and television were like in early 90s Iran. Or why a ukulele might be safer than a guitar. Or that time Rumours was made.

Holy crap this was fun.


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