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The Signal, 3.9.12 & 3.10.12, Out of the Blocks, Victoria Vox, Montford Point Marine, and The Inverse Delirium
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March 9th & 10th, 2012, on The Signal…
An excerpt of the documentary project, “Out of the Blocks,” from producer Aaron Henkin and electronic musician Wendel Patrick. They went to 3300 Greenmount Avenue with a simple goal: One city block, everybody’s story.
Ukulele songstress Victoria Vox shares her unlikely blend of serious songwriting and playful instrumentation.
World War II veteran Charles Wells was one of the first African-American US Marines, and he shares his memories of training at an outpost for black recruits called Camp Montford Point.
Plus: A chat with the creator of the public radio parody podcast, The Inverse Delirium
This week (03.09.12 & 03.10.12) on The Signal: An excerpt from “Out of the Blocks,” ukulele songstress Victoria Vox, Montford Point Marine Charles Wells, and The Inverse Delirium podcast