- Jonathan Hart
Greetings Dead Freaks! This week, I welcome Jerry Grillo, journalist and author of a terrific new biography about the late, legendary, Col. Bruce Hampton. The book is called The Music And Mythocracy of Col. Bruce Hampton – A Basically True Biography and it is set to be released in April 1 by the University of Georgia Press. We talk about the book, dig into the man, the music, and the mystery that was the Colonel. After our chat you’ll hear a mix of Hampton Grease Band, Aquarium Rescue Unit, and more.
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