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Indie Cafe with Joseph Arthur The Ballad of Boogie Christ!

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Join Holly Stephey As she introduces THE INDIE CAFE  with Spencer Drate & Judith Salavetz.THE INDIE CAFE Hosted by Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz on the Red Velvet Media Blogtalkradio show will appear once a Month with some cool guests that will be sure to bring Pop Culture to a new level... "Spencer and Judith are award-winning creative directors/designers/authors-album and 45 sleeve designers for the famous in music including 12 inductees in The Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and more also authors of 21 pop-culture visually driven books and their design has been displayed in major museums."

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Joseph Arthur..

"When he was starting 15 years ago,I was struck by the strength and visceral quality of
Jo's paintings.Jo is a real unusual,interesting and talented artist in music and art."
- Peter Gabriel.
JOSEPH ARTHUR (Artist,Musician,Poet) was discovered by Peter Gabriel in the mid nineties. Since then,Arthur has released,10 full length studio albums and 11
LP's with music from his extensive and critically acclaimed catalog being used in such popular television series as Dawson's Creek,The OC,Grey's Anatomy,
Scrubs,HBO's Hung and True Blood as well as the films Shrek 2,The Bourne Identity,
Hell's kitchen and the American Pie Trilogy.
Arthur sells his Art on his Virtual Gallery "MOMAR" (Museum of Modern Arthur)
online. His painting and artwork has been showcased in many galleries and he has
appeared numerous times on major television shows,most recently on Jay Leno and David Letterman. Joseph also recently performed at WOMAD in the UK and his
latest album release is "The Ballad of Boogie Christ" available on 12" Vinyl and CD.
Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz call Joseph "A Visionary Genius."

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