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Jack Perry (51) shares a conversation with his father, Whit Perry (80), about a trip around the world that Whit took when he was younger and about how that trip changed him.
In addition to teaching at the Old Town School for over 20 years, Steve Doyle is versatile guitarist who can be found gigging around town several times a week. In this conversation he talks with his coworker and one-time student...
Facilitator Jackie Sojico, 23, interviews Barbara Altman, 67, about her father, Harold Alton Corbin.
In September of 1977, Sister Annie Davis (then 80, she lived to be 102) spoke in her home with Harry Sunshine (24) about her life with her late husband, Reverend Gary Davis. She talked about their early relationship, some of...
This interview helped me see into how my mom views her life right now and how it came to be like it is. She is full great stories of me and my dad that I enjoyed listening to.
Jose Cardenas tells Margarita Sandoval Skare about his life and the history of mariachi music in Milwaukee.
Talking about passions, what he's been doing this past year, and general knowledge/ wisdom.
We talked about his career in being a guitarist, and some of his favorite parts.
Grace Trujillo (29) speaks with her father Valentino Trujillo (57) about his immigration experience, their music and art, and the economy.
A conversation between partners and musical collaborators Gregg Ostrom and Tisa Batchelder, who met many years ago at the Old Town School, where they work. They share memories of their first encounters with the school, of their long courtship, and...
Lucille Wilhoit passed away on September 3, 2016. I remembered I'd recorded two interviews with her for the National Day of Listening in November of 2010. She talks in this interview about the importance of music to her, and how...
Joe Priola talks and shares stories about his childhood on Long Island, how he turned his life around, working for the Long Island Railroad and his wonderful daughter.
Dianne Mosely-Titus was a student in the Music Appreciation course taught by Kenneth Croft at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis, Tennessee. For a project for the class she interviewed Elder Walter Bernard Peterson, Jr. who plays guitar at the...
A conversation between friends, bluegrass musicians and fellow Old Town School coworkers Colby Maddox and John Huber. Colby has been managing the Resource Center and teaching mandolin at the school since 1999. John has been working at the school since...
Betty Nudelman speaks with documentarian Mareva Lindo about her memories of the Old Town School community in its early years, when it was housed within the Immigrant State Bank Building at 333 W North Ave--in the Old Town neighborhood from...