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Wednesday
Sep282011

Rod Milam On St. Louis' NPR Affiliate 90.7 KWMU Talking About "Sounding The Chord"

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Hello from Rod Milam again,

I was back in the St. Louis area for the last 5 days.  I made a great deal of contact with many (22) different U. City Musicians and got most of them either on video or still camera.  I'll make another post about that with links to some great stories and pictures later.

Also while I was in St. Louis I was interviewed on the city's biggest NPR affilate, 90.7 KWMU, St. Louis Public Radio on the Citiscape program.  Click here and you should be able to hear the segement from the program where host Steve Potter and I discussed the project:

 http://www.milamnyc.com/storage/audio-recordings/Sounding%20The%20Chord%20Radio%20Interview%20-%20Cityscape%20on%2090.7%20KWMU%209-23-2011%20Edited.mp3

Also joining me in the segement were U. City musicians and brothers Rob and Mike Sliverman (UCHS c/o 1985 and 1989 respectively).  They founded and pulled of a VERY successful first iteration of the U. City Jazz Festival in the city's Heman Park.  More than 2,000 people showed up throughout the day of music and food.  You can listen to all of us talk about the projects in the segment of Cityscape linked above or just below this paragraph.

Rod Milam Interviewed On 90.7 KWMU (NPR in St. Louis, MO)

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