As we end July, here are some recent emails/tweets from listeners about the show and Bruce. Send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele E. Watson is an artist, a writer, a coach, and a mentor. She is the author of Peaceful Heart, Healthy Body. In today’s episode, she shares her love of music and the belief in the healing power of truth. Micheleewatson.com
In the first of a series of episodes, Terry Smith and Jesse Jackson break down the latest Springsteen archival release, Philly 1999.
In the 2nd part of Jesse's discussion with Russ Burlingame, they talk about live shows, sharing Bruce's music with his family and of course the Mary Question.
In today’s show, Jesse is joined by Senor Staff Writer Russ Burlingame. In this first part of their discussion, they cover the Death of Superman, the TV show Arrow & their love of Springsteen song titles & of course a little Springsteen.
Jennifer returns to the podcast and she and Jesse catch up, share stories of self-isolation, missing live music, and how Jennifer has been entertaining herself during the Pandemic!
Bella returns to the podcast to share with Jesse her favorite five musical movies as well as social justice charities that tie into those movies. Jesse shares his five favorite musical movies as well.
Black Girls Smile, a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging positive mental health education, resources and support geared toward young Black girls, https://www.blackgirlssmile.org/
GLITS NYC, a non-profit working on securing stable housing for transgender women in New York. Find them at glitsinc.org.
Jews For Racial and Economic Justice at jfrej.org
maketheroadny.org and raicestexas.org.
Stephanie inherited her love of music from her Dad. One of her earliest memories is listening to Jungleland on repeat trying to understand the magic of the song. Stephanie is a gifted writer who has written multiple stories for almost every major Comic Book publisher. Check out her work at https://www.stephaniecomics.com/
Aaron shares his musical story and how his love of Nirvana helped him to kick his own addiction and help to set him on his life's goal, to help others. He also discusses his first novel Genocide https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087SCJ5NB/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_x_qpt.Eb2T7V2WK
Matt McGee is a long time U2 blogger and podcaster but there is a new band in his life Gang of Youths. He shares his musical story and how and why he made the switch in a wonderfully candid and funny episode. Please download and share.