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  • We look at why Americans love to talk like our friends from across the pond— or like to think that's what we're doing.
  • In this episode of Into Music, JM Stevens discusses his early love of Elvis Presley, his first live performance, which occurred at a school talent show, and how sobriety has led him to the most prolific patch in his career.
  • Nell Freudenberger's new novel, "The Limits," *tests* limits, of distance, of relationships, as she told KMUW's Beth Golay, the limits imposed by the COVID lockdown.
  • Today we're looking at sentence stress and how the meaning of a sentence can completely change depending on which words you emphasize.
  • In this episode of Into Music, Tim Hinck discusses his formative years as a composer, the importance of learning the business side of music, and how he finds focus for creative projects. That’s on Into Music, coming up now.
  • Beth Golay recently spoke with "The Husbands" author, Holly Gramazio about her debut.
  • Ouch! Unfortunately, we won't have an episode this week, because even more unfortunately, one of us had an accident and sustained a not-insignificant personal injury. Everything's basically ok, but, you know, it hurts, so we need a week off. Sorry about that, and we'll see you next week!
  • In this conversation, Buick Audra discusses creative intimacy, how an education in visual arts has shaped her artistic life and her early days in the band 33 Slade with her brother, drummer Boey Russell, and bassist Levi Fuller.
  • We get back to one of our favorite topics: Words that sound a lot like other words but have totally different meanings.
  • Our guest for Into Music is Stu Cook. Cook was a founding member of and bassist for Creedence Clearwater Revival. Between 1969 and 1971 the group had 14 consecutive top ten singles and five consecutive top ten albums. Creedence broke up in 1972, but Cook remained active, recording with acts such as Roky Erickson, Sir Douglas Quintet and as a member of the band Southern Pacific.