Soundwaves TV #108 – Day of the Dead

We celebrate Día de los Muertos in the most San Francisco way imaginable! It’s the 30th anniversary of the passing of Bay Area impresario Bill Graham, and we’ve got rare footage of the man himself looking back on his career, courtesy of producer Steve Brown. As well, we’ll show you portions of his 1984 short film Deadheads. Don’t miss it!

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

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