Walter Raubicheck teaches English at Pace University. He also writes songs and plays when he’s not teaching or watching Hitchcock movies. Walter has a chapter in a new book, “Dylan in the Classroom: Bob, Keats, and the Beats,” coming out this spring called “Professing Dylan.” His chapter is about teaching “Mr. Tambourine Man” in relation to John Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale.
On podcast #12, “Helpful Advice for Indie Musicians,” Richard, Tim and Supersmall’s Colin Dempsey give honest and helpful advice to indie musicians.
Hosts Tim and Richie are joined by Riffraf’s Senior Writer Elford Alley as the guys discuss the highlights over the course of five years.
Mark Doyon is a singer-songwriter, record producer, writer, editor and marketing communications professional. He has led the indie rock bands Wampeters, Arms of Kismet and Waterslide, and produced tribute albums to Jonathan Richman, Lou Reed and Warren Zevon. He is the founder and principal of the record label and media company Wampus Multimedia.
Richard and singer-songwriter-actor Jay Leibowitz discuss their top five Wilco albums.
Louise Goffin is the daughter of legendary songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King. Having been raised in a musical background it was perhaps inevitable that Louise would follow down the same path as her successful parents.