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Arty Hill’s ‘Another Lost Highway,’ Pierce’s Park, and Robert A Douglas’ ‘Fertile Concrete’
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August 3 & 4, 2012, on The Signal:
We drop in at a Fells Point country music bar to hear the twang of honky tonk musician Arty Hill, whose new album, “Another Lost Highway,” brings a little Nashville flavor to Charm City.
We pay a visit to Pierce’s Park, a new public green space and memorial garden located on the Baltimore waterfront.
Plus: At age 23, Robert A Douglas has published “Fertile Concrete,” a memoir about his young life in Baltimore, and we talk with him about his path from drug dealer to gospel preacher.
This week (08.03.12 & 08.04.12) on The Signal: Music and conversation with honky tonk songwriter Arty Hill; a visit to Pierce’s Park; and Robert A Dougles on his memoir of survival and redemption, “Fertile Concrete”