Whose first album was released today (4/28) in 1969? What song was investigated by the FBI? All that, and a set spanning 60 years of music on this week’s Radio Free New England.
Today, we remember the 25th Anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death with a set showing his influence on music of the 1990s, and we’ve also got the full spectrum of rock music for you – from the Ramones to Rosalinda’s Eyes.
Stay tuned in the next couple weeks for a very exciting announcement regarding RFNE’s future home!
The title says it all – enjoy the set!
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, this episode features Irish artists from Black 47 to Damien Rice. What great music and artistry they’ve produced! Of course, we also include the Marot Memo. For more, check out the full archives at rfne.org.
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Welcome back! First, a BIG thank you to our first few donors – you’re making my vision of a New England community radio station come true.
This week covers a lot of ground – Laura Nyro to Don Varner and everything in between. Plus, we’ll keep talking about the explorer mindset and why optimism is so important today. Visit rfne.orfg for archived episodes, the podcast, merchandise, and more!
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Want transcendent experiences? Really look around you. That’s my advice in this week’s Marot Memo. What do you do to find transcendence, or explore your world? Click this link to find out how to record your thoughts and tips.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rfne/support
In this week’s Marot Memo, I discuss the book The Power of Meaning by Emily Smith. The book is terrific – here’s a link if you want to purchase or read a sample.
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