MFD Interview with Bonnie "Prince" Billy

Will Oldham, a.k.a. Bonnie "Prince" Billy, has carved out a luminous niche in American popular song by melding elements of folk, country, punk, and rock and roll into a roughhewn testament that could be at home in any era.


MFD Interview with Bruce Hornsby

Since 1987 when his song "The Way It Is" became a hit and he won a Grammy as Best New Artist, Bruce Hornsby's career has encompassed a range of music as wide as America itself.


MFD Interview with DJ Spooky, that Subliminal Kid

DJ Spooky, that Subliminal Kid is the "constructed persona" of Paul D. Miller, a visionary and prolific 21st Century musician, DJ, author and culture critic from New York City.


MFD Interview with David Crosby

As a founding member of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, David Crosby has been at the center of many of the political and social movements of his generation -- from Woodstock, to the anti-nuclear movement, to speaking out against the war in Iraq -- and he has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice.


MFD Interview with Don Calloway

Democrat Don Calloway is running to represent the 71st District in the Missouri State House of Representatives. He was born and raised in St. Louis County.


Stew Speaks His (Very Freaky) Mind

The rock-and-roll impresario of Broadway's most subversive hit, Passing Strange, speaks his mind about Obama, racial stereotypes, punk rock, Jews and irony, and why he loves black Republicans.

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