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Sad that this anthem still has such relevance in the 21st century. avantRadio spins the Buffy Sainte Marie classic for our times.
We all get musical and then there’s “Bombs Over Baghdad.”
We wrote the song “Be The Media” for the ACLU’s Upton Sinclair free speech Uppie Awards. Followed by our take on the job outsourcing phenomenon hitting the GOP fundraising efforts, we do our rendition of the old Weavers’ song “Wasn’t … Continue reading
avantRadio was there when Vice-Resident Dick Cheney and Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia went duck hunting.
avantRadio starts the 2004 off with music—“Sadaam’s Last Hideaway” and then “On the Street Where I Live”
Jennie Webb wrote the short play “Not to Worry” featuring Lizzie Harding Wilkins, followed by more avantRadio whimsy and our rendition of “I’ll be Home for Christmas”
Jack Kerouac and Lenny Bruce showed the modern power of the rhyming and the rhythm.
avantRadio celebrates Black History. Every year in February, we honor the great many worthy African-Americans who have helped make this country great. In honor of Black History Month, we slam some famous African-Americans who really deserve it. Earnestine Phillips joins … Continue reading