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The Signal, 07.15.11 & 07.16.11, guitarist John Decker, Baltimore Fishbowl, singer/songwriter Sarah Fridrich, and Fluid Movement's 'Mobtown Murder Mystery'
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This week (July 15 & 16, 2011) on The Signal…
Baltimore handyman John Decker once accepted a guitar as payment for some work he did on a house. It wouldn’t be until years later that he really understood why he was meant to have that musical instrument. We hear John’s story, we meet his new musical collaborator, Red Sammy, and we listen to him play his vintage 1931 National Resonator Guitar.
We talk with Betsy Boyd and Marion Winik, two of the minds behind Baltimore Fishbowl, a sassy new on-line publication that covers the fun, factual, and sometimes controversial aspects of life in Charm City.
We get a sample of Sarah Fridrich’s new album, You Call That Brave, featuring the unlikely blend of a grand piano and a rock-and-roll drum kit.
Plus: Excerpts from the radio diary of Fluid Movement founder and producer Valerie Prez-Schere – she’s heading up the community performance troupe’s new water-ballet thriller, Mobtown Murder Mystery.