Fri, 9:00 am
We play and talk about music. I attempt to find and present unique songs and artists alike.
Fri, 12:00 pm
Features vintage African music from the early 20th century to the 1980s, spanning all cultures, and musical styles.
Fri, 8:00 am
Nothing but Independent Female singer songwriters and rock n’ rollers.
This is the first in a series of articles paying tribute to Austin’s most beloved music venues—from big to small, from fancy sound systems to questionable wiring. We’ve asked local musicians to share their favorites and what makes them so special. We’ll link to any individual fundraising campaigns but remember, you can always donate to […]
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1968 was a pivotal year for the country as a whole and Memphis in particular. It’s biggest black musical star, Otis Redding, had passed away in December 1967 at age 26. All of the recording studios were reeling from that untimely tragedy. Elsewhere in Memphis, a strike by the city’s sanitation workers continued. The strike […]
Through community engagement, education, housing support, and life skills programming, Jeremiah Program disrupts the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children—two generations at a time. Jeremiah Program CEO and President Chastity Lord speaks with In Touch Interviews about the organization’s unapologetic and laser-focused commitment to single-parent women by providing resources, tools, and access […]