Tonight as we continue to bring voices, your voices, our voices to these days we live in, and gain perspective on what Covid-19 is doing to our lives, two more fascinating interviews. Brian McGolgan, a friend out of New Orleans, with an extensive background in the city's music; DJ at WWOZ, worked at Tipitina's. We talk music, especially on this JazzFest in Place weekend and he does have some stories (possibly one of the funnier ones I've ever heard about Mac (Dr. John) and his unique use of language), about R&B music. For anyone outside that city, you think you know music? Take listen and get an education, and we talk about live music forward after this is over.
Skip Clark joins us tonight as well. A PdD and Professor of history and specifically, his concentration and classes he taught in the history of Europe during the Bubonic Plague years, the Black Death. He brings insight and expertise very few others can or could and we talk about that period, and it's lessons for today.
As always, it's free to stream, download or listen to, just head out on the link.