“A Second Conversation with Hayley Mary of The Jezabels,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

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I had the pleasure of again speaking with Hayley Mary, lead singer of The Jezabels, as the band kicked off the North American leg of their tour in support of “Synthia.” Another wide-ranging discussion including music, philosophy, politics & more!

If you like The Jezabels, or you would just enjoy hearing what a thoughtful, talented Australian thinks about topics like fossil fuels, money, and American politics, I think you’ll really enjoy this interview.

Join me live in the chat room at BlogTalk Radio while I play this interview for you!

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Program Notes

The Jezabels on Tour

“Prince, Earth Day and Reconsidering Hope”

My Instagram

How to Make Your Congressman Listen to You

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5 Comments

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5 responses to ““A Second Conversation with Hayley Mary of The Jezabels,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

  1. Craig

    I tried to listen. 😦 Unfortunately, it was so inaudible and I had to give up.

  2. Craig

    Edward Snowden
    Q&A on how US Election affects your privacy, his pardon

    “We need to work cooperatively. We need to work together to build institutions that don’t think about candidates and don’t think about a choice of bad options. But, instead, give us a world that we design that we build that we realize step by step. You don’t just inherit the past and expect it to continue. You don’t just elect a politician with a vote. The challenge here is that that does not end the extent of your involvement, you are more than a vote, you are more than a check in a box. What you do today creates tomorrow and if you don’t start thinking about what you are going to do tomorrow, if you don’t start thinking about the day after the election, the year after the election, you are not thinking about what being a citizen truly means”

  3. Kenneth MacKenzie

    Hope is for people in life rafts.
    Or
    Hope is not a plan of action.

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