Kristin and Jason, owners of Little Woods, and regulars from the Vinyl Cafe take turns at the open microphones.
A local giant of an indie folk singer and the founder of the Iowa Informer ride.
Somewhere between Joan Baez and Peter, Paul, and Mary.
The blues influenced sound of Samedi pummels the Iowa night.
Sean Huston and Jeff Livengood improvise.
Paul Doffing calls the bag phone from Ann Arbor.
Abdul, Scott, Virginia, and Jen take another look at oppression.
Sascha and Sergei Antropov, Jon Marko road trip with your host to Boulder.
Yakob, Sammy, and Benny: Pledge and Pitch. In your face.
Abdul's life and a working definition of racism as systemic rather than mere prejudice.
Death Metal meets Yakob. Who cares? Everyone under the earth.
My reflections on Charles Taylor's "A Secular Age."
Ramblin and shamblin by Yakob. Cassettes by Liana.
Technical issues extend performance as the Sidecar rallies.
A Bleujack calls their sound "blue collar" and it's coming from an old Ford.
Liana, a shoegaze band, showcases their music as we road trip Russia.
Luke Pettipoole, frontman for the Envy Corps, goes for a ride in the '68.
Th Wrld Bnk (Jose and John) bring the rhyme while Britt Prater intros her documentary, Uranium Derby.
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