religion

12:05pm

Thu September 12, 2013
Out in the Bay ~ 9/12/13 ~ 7pm

At the Seams: Eli Conley's "folk songs for misfits"

Sarah Deragon

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Eli Conley sings of love, prisons, coal mining, religion, homophobia and leaving Virginia on his new CD At The Seams, an album he calls "modern-day folk songs for misfits." Hear Eli's music and his chat with Out in the Bay host Eric Jansen about his life, his songwriting and how he helps other transgender singers find their voices. 

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4:36pm

Wed July 17, 2013
Arts & Culture

Sacred Harp: the punk rock of choral music

Courtesy of Dan Harper

Sacred harp singing is considered to be one of the oldest forms of American folk music.  It dates back to the 1700s, to a choral style that developed in the churches of colonial New England, but eventually took root in the rural south. It’s a participatory tradition, which means that singers perform for themselves, not for an audience. Today, Sacred harp is experiencing something of a renaissance, some even characterize it as the punk rock of choral music.

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2:14pm

Mon May 13, 2013
Arts & Culture

Radio Ambulante: El chamán / The Shaman

Clouds over Bogotá, Colombia
Flickr user AnnGrlk CC License

The intense winter rains of 2011 left thousands of Colombians flooded out of their homes and claimed hundreds of lives. That same year, a man named Jorge Elías González became infamous for taking public money to keep the skies clear over Bogotá. Melba Escobar tells us his story.

Las intensas lluvias del invierno del 2011 dejaron a miles de colombianos sin casas y cientos de muertos. Ese mismo año, un hombre llamado Jorge Elías González se volvió famoso por cobrar dineros públicos para mantener el cielo de Bogotá despejado. Melba Escobar nos cuenta su historia.

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9:21pm

Wed February 27, 2013
Out in the Bay - 2/28, 7pm

'Change Coming' for S.F. singer Mark Etheredge (show Saturday)

photo by Stuart Locklear

Meet Bay Area-bred singer, songwriter and keyboard player Mark Etheredge and collaborator Michael Cronin, who play in San Francisco  Saturday, and hear their latest music on this week's Out in the Bay.  Mark has just released his first CD, Change Coming,  featuring a wide range of songs about life and love, from the upbeat and humorous "Hot Tub" and "Pimp You Out for Love" to the very personal and touching "Room to Room,"  about his mother's struggle with Alzheimer's.

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1:25pm

Fri June 22, 2012

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