Episode 197

March 31, 2022

01:27:45

TMP197 SHAWN HALL MAKES THE CONNECTION

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
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Show Notes

The accomplished visual artist and former Piety Recording Studio manager has worked with an impressive list of creative superstars and maladjusted misfits during her storied career. Stints as a chimney sweep, absinthe brewer, and crime scene photo tech round out her resume. Tonight Shawn brings her incisive intellect and easy laugh to a meeting of the minds with the Troubled Men. Pearls before swine? You be the judge!

Topics include new tenants, sexism, a dog and a cat, a Bob Dylan show, the Geraniums memorial, a new hairdo, a Jeopardy host, Alicia Silverstone, scarves, Michigan, art exposure, a jazz musician, high school trouble, a Florida misadventure, a biker assassin, teachers, cursive, odd jobs, “Educating Rita,” Trey Helliwell, luck, finding New Orleans, the Mermaid Lounge, an artistic dialogue, loft building in Wicker Park, the Warhol Diaries, a new perspective, a return to nature, and much more.

Intro music: Styler/Coman

Break music: “Try To See It My Way” from “Hope Is Not For The Weak” by the Geraniums

Outro music: "Soul Kiss" from "Juarez" by the Iguanas

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