music

  • Episode 6 – David Brancaccio

    My guest this episode is kind of a big deal in the world of public media…as a matter of fact he’s making us feel like we’re getting pretty darm fancy around here at Three Song Stories. David Brancaccio host of the Marketplace Morning report, heard on most public radio stations, including here on WGCU at

    Learn More
    0
  • Episode 4 – Angela Page

    My guest this episode is Angela Page: she’s frontwoman for the punk/post punk band, The Young Dead, and founder of the feminist arts collective “Love Your Rebellion” which works to empower marginalized populations through social education, community service and arts diversity. Angela is also the Marketing and Studio manager for the Sidney and Berne Davis

    Learn More
    0
  • Episode 3 – Lynn Millner

    My guest this episode is Lynn Millner. She’s the author of “The Allure of Immortality: An American Cult, a Florida Swamp, and a Renegade Prophet,” it’s a narrative nonfiction book about the Koreshans of Estero. And she’s an associate professor of journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University. Above: Interview with full music Below: Short version

    Learn More
    0
  • Episode 2 – Lydia Black

    My guest this episode is Lydia Black. I would say she’s a self-described “nonprofit junkie,” because that’s what her bio says, but in the interest of full disclosure I know her well enough to write her bio without notes…as a matter of fact, for quite a few years, part of my job was to help

    Learn More
    0
  • Episode 1 – Bob Grissinger

    My guest this episode is Bob Grissinger – known best by many as the man behind Bennett’s Fresh Roast in downtown Fort Myers which, arguably, makes the best darn donuts on the planet. He’s also known by many listeners across southwest Florida as C. David Bennett, one of half of Bennett & Birch on Wink

    Learn More
    0
  • Pilot – Richard Chin Quee

      A Fort Myers local, Richard Chin Quee has been working in audio for most of his life. While finishing a Computer Science degree at FGCU in 2006, he leveraged his music and sound experience to get a job at WGCU, and has been working in news radio ever since. He’s currently the director of

    Learn More
    0
  • 1
  • 2

Make a sustaining contribution

 

Make a one-time donation