Watch Soundwaves TV #74 – Day of the Dead

Of course, we follow up our Halloween episode with an episode that observes mortality and celebrates the dearly departed. The gang discusses Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You, which deals with mortality as only The Boss can. Singer-songwriter Kendra Mckinley returns to the show with a story about making music and videos in the time of Covid.

Also featuring videos from Skunk Funk, Life Size Models, Love Again, Lunchbox, Tuk Smith and the Restless Hearts, and No Lovely thing featuring Melissa Jones.

Hosted by Chasta, Dennis Willis, Steven Kirk, and Morris Knight.

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