Fat Chance: We Were the Last Gasp of the 60s and the Birth of Americana Music, But Was America Ready for Us?

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Fat Chance: We Were the Last Gasp of the 60s and the Birth of Americana Music, But Was America Ready for Us? - Klein, Gilbert

Jeremy Lansman owned a low-wattage, listener-supported free-form radio station with his mostly absentee partner, Lorenzo Milam, in a seedy, decaying neighborhood in St. Louis ... Ellen Hopper was a St. Louis hippie runaway who heard about the washing machine and, being of the community and needing clean clothes, she went to the station, met Jeremy ... Read More

Fat Chance: We Were the Last Gasp of the 60s and the Birth of Americana Music, But Was America Ready for Us? 2012, Main Frame Press

ISBN-13: 9780985679026

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