UPDATE 2.7.13: This broadcast was cool. Click here to hear it.
Rag Radio goes dark on Friday. No, I don’t mean they’re going off the air, I mean dark as in Noir. Friday 2-3 PM, Feb. 1, I will be on the air with my guitar and some stories and a bad dude they call The Big Thorn (my informants tell me that one of his aliases is one “Thorne Dreyer” or something like that).
So The Big Thorn and My Terrible Self will be bringing you some dark sounds and mean streets, including The Last Detective at the End of the World, an excerpt from GRAVE DIGGER BLUES, on KOOP radio, 91.7 FM, the progressive voice of Austin.
PS I hope you saw my last blog, MY FATHER TAUGHT ME ABOUT GUNS.
Rag Radio is rebroadcast every Sunday at 10 a.m. (EST)on WFTE, 90.3-FM in Mt. Cobb, PA, and 105.7-FM in Scranton, PA.
RAG RADIO features hour-long in-depth interviews and discussion about issues of progressive politics, culture, and history. Our guests include newsmakers, artists, leading thinkers, and public figures – from Austin, Texas, and around the world.Host Thorne Dreyer was a founding editor of Austin’s historic Sixties underground newspaper The Rag, a founding editor of Space City! in Houston, an editor at LNS in New York, and a former station manager of KPFT-FM (Pacifica) in Houston. He now edits The Rag Blog, a nonprofit progressive internet newsmagazine based in Austin, and is on the board of the New Journalism Project, a Texas 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. With roots in the Sixties, RAG RADIO often features content about the history of Austin’s unique counterculture and its political and literary traditions.
Rag Radio is produced in the studios of KOOP 91.7-FM in Austin, Texas. KOOP is a cooperatively-run all-volunteer community radio station. email@example.com.