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Protest Songs for the Revolution

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This week, we’re going to unwind a little with a musical interlude. We’ll be talking about some of the great ‘protest songs’ that became anthems of liberty during the otherwise bleak ‘American Century’, inspiring many with hope for Truth and Justice.

What makes a ‘protest song’ anyway? We’ll also be talking about some lesser known music that didn’t quite ‘make it’, but nevertheless struck a powerful chord with some because they record a truer version of history the victors would prefer we forget.

We’re going to be joined by Tim Trepanier, singer-songwriter and travelling troubadour from the prairie lands of Canada. Lead singer and guitarist for folk band Relic, we might even convince Tim to play a couple of his tunes for us live on air!

Join us this Sunday February 16th from 8-10pm EST (11am-1pm PST / 8-10pm CET) as we reel in the years with a jig and tune.