Four of Strachwitz’s closest friends will join host Dore Stein in studio on Saturday, May 20th at 9pm PST for a tribute to his life and work: Sandy Miranda, who helped create radio shows with Chris for 25 years, Davia Nelson of the Kitchen Sisters, Maureen Gosling, co-director of the Chris Strachwitz documentary, “This Ain’t No Mouse Music,” and John McCord, long time manager of Down Home Music.
Listen here to an interview Sandy did recently with Robert Moss on HealthyLife.net. Robert Moss is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of modern dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active
Bay Area book tours and launch parties were canceled due to the coronavirus, so KALW producer Lisa Morehouse brought author readings to you in this socially-distanced book tour. We loved the idea so much, we’re going to keep the book party going with this pocket-sized book tour. Listen to Sandy’s 2-minute appearance on the podcast:
Saturday, June 18th, 3-4pm on KALW’s Folk Music & Beyond with JoAnn Mar. Sandy about her new memoir, Tuning In. It’s about overcoming life’s challenges through the power of connection, creativity, and music! And offering it as a gift for supporting KALW in their summer fund drive.
A review from the Half Moon Bay Review by Emma Spaeth
Well, here we all are, going into our third year of staying close to home because of Covid. I got Vaccine #3 six months ago and got really sick from it for about a week. My arm is still sore, but I’m glad we have some protection. My memoir TUNING IN is finished and available starting
Mont Saint Michel, Normandy/Brittany border, France We awake at 5am to the cataclysmic sound of smashing glass. We are sleeping, it turns out, right above the garbage, recycling, and kitchen area in a one road medieval village on the world famous Mont Saint Michel. The collection of all restaurant glass and refuse from the island happens right
Greetings everybody from day 175 of quarantine in the Covid pandemic. Being proud members of the Older Generation, we are staying very close to home for the duration…at least until air travel is safe again. Would really like to fly over to the middle of the Pacific right about now to see friends, but waiting
As a voting member, I went to the Grammys for the first time in 2001, when the wild after-party was still in the cavernous downstairs at the Biltmore…ice sculptures spouting endless margueritas, top bands playing in room after room all at the same time, Grammy winners and nominees and friends all mingling. It really was