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The Signal, 1.20.12 & 1.21.12, honky tonk musician Arty Hill, reflecting on the ’68 Riots, and spoken-word artist David ‘Native Son’ Ross
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January 20th & 21st, 2012, on The Signal…
We drop in at a local 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 talk to the editors of “68: Riots and Rebirth in an American City,” a new collection of essays, archival photographs, and deeply personal oral histories about the riots that took place in Baltimore following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Plus: David “Native Son” Ross of the of the Baltimore spoken-word crew The 5th L has just finished his first solo album, “In Late Bloom,” and he joins us to reflect on the honesty and vulnerability he’s poured into his lyrics.