North Carolina singer-songwriter David LaMotte models an unconventional life of bridge-building that weaves together music, community engagement, and international peace work.
Sir Rod & the Blues Doctors, a funky Southern trio, chat about their multi-generational origin story and their passion for helping America “Come Together.”
Rapper Kimi Katiti thinks forgiveness is getting a bad rap. Here’s why she believes it’s the key to racial reconciliation and how her beliefs were shaped by Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, and her local skatepark.
Musical and visual artist Jan Krist shares her artistic and political backstory, her experience as a Braver Angels debate panelist, and whether she thinks “beauty will save the world.”
Nashville songwriter Terry Bell shares the story arc of his career, peppering in lots of insights about the power of music to touch people’s lives.
Grammy-nominated songwriter Alvin Garrett talks with Alma Cook about musical identity, the responsibility of celebrity, and how the Tuscaloosa school system prepared him for a life a bridge-building.
New York-based rapper JustJames talks with Alma Cook about songwriting, stereotypes, faith, & speaking up.
Singer, composer, and choral arranger Moira Smiley chats with us about her musical and political origin stories.
As a pianist, arranger, and improviser, Lou has spent the last 40 years building his repertoire into a musical melting pot.
Singer Ben Caron chats about growing up in rural Iowa, his bridge-building work with Reds and Blues, and his vision for a world tour that looks like “Phish meets Burning Man meets Peace Corps.”
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