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Sound Authors Radio | Roy Zimmerman: What's So Funny About War, Poverty, Ignorance and Neo-Conservat

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Joining the show at 3pm EST is Roy Zimmerman, telling listeners exactly what's so funny about war, poverty, ignorance, bigotry, neo-conservatism, homophobia, greed and fear. The LA Times says of his satirical songs that, "Zimmerman displays a lacerating wit and keen awareness of society's foibles that bring to mind a latter-day Tom Lehrer." Next up at 3:10 is Peter Siegel, whose music is a melting pot of radical Americana with roots in politics, the old time square dance scene, Warner Brothers cartoons, Jimi Hendrix, 70's and 80's pop, and more. At 3:20, please welcome Israeli born singer/songwriter, Rosi Golan. Rosi was recently mentioned in Billboard Magazine. She was the winner of the first ASCAP Robert Allen Award for songwriting excellence, for which she performed at Lincoln Center. At 3:30, you'll meet Beaucoup Blue, the Americana Philadelphia-based father and son duo who bridge many gaps in American music, their soulful traditional and contemporary styles meshing into an innovative and authentic sound. At 3:40, tune in to hear Thom Bresh. As a child, Thom worked as an actor and stuntman in such programs as 'The Lone Ranger' and the 'Billy the Kid' trilogy. Currently, Bresh is a singer, songwriter, impressionist and instrumentalist who has appeared alongside performers ranging from Bob Hope to Chet Atkins to Gordon Lightfoot. Joining us at 3:50 is Mick Quinn, author of ‘The Uncommon Path.’ Through his simple yet profound message, this Irish-born author and founder of several multi-million dollar companies offers us a compelling guide to uncovering concealed conditioning on the road to awakening our full potential.

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