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The Signal, 09.30.11 & 10.01.11, “Vox Ukulele Cello,” “The Middle Passage: A Love Story,” and Dan Deacon’s Excellent Adventure
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September 30th & October 1st, 2011, on The Signal…
Local singer, songwriter, and ukulele enthusiast Victoria Vox stops by to preview her new CD, “Vox Ukelele Cello,” a harmonious blend of serious songwriting and playful instrumentation.
It took ten years of his life, but Joseph Norman has just completed an epic-scale mural project called “The Middle Passage: A Love Story.” We take a step back with the artist as he considers what he’s accomplished.
Plus: From Signal contributor Erin Gleeson, Baltimore DIY music legend Dan Deacon tells the tale of an early tour that tested his mettle – he went it alone, with only his instruments, a bag full of canned food, and a well-worn Greyhound Bus pass.