Musician, visual artist, and writer Jeb Loy Nichols is my guest on Our Social Landscape. An American expatriate living in the UK for the last 40 years, he has been releasing music for over 30 years as a solo artist, with the Fellow Travelers, and with various collaborators. Originally trained in art at the prestigious Parsons School of Design in New York City, he has balanced his musical output with visual art, and has published prose as well.
As I’ve said before, one of the benefits of this blog for me has been the opportunity to speak with interesting people that I would never have had occasion to meet otherwise, and Jeb was certainly a treat to talk to. Artistic and well-read is a great combo! On top of it all, he was kind and gracious, and generous with his time, so I thank him.
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Finally, the podcast included the following songs: Long Live the Loser Katie Blue That’s how we’re living Big Troubles Come in Through a Small Door And if you are feeling so inclined, you can push the yellow donate button on the home page. If you have any questions or comments, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening…