The Brian Lehrer Show
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Sean Manning, the editor of The Show I'll Never Forget: 50 Writers Relive Their Most Memorable Concertgoing Experience (Da Capo Press, 2007) joins us with four of his contributors to talk about their essays:
Sigrid Nunez, author of the novel The Last of Her Kind, just out in paperback, was at Woodstock; David Gates, author of the novel Jernigan, saw James Brown at Boston Garden in 1968; Marc Nesbitt, author of the short story collection Gigantic, remembers seeing Public Enemy open for The Beastie Boys; Mike Albo, writer and performer of comic monologues, co-author of the novel The Underminer, remembers seeing Katell Keineg on his first day in New York.
There's also a link on the website that allows you to buy The Show I'll Never Forget via Amazon.com.
If you don't want to listen to the entire show and only want to get to the part where Katell is mentioned, it starts off at 26:51 and continues onward.
I have no news concerning Katell's new album. If anyone goes to any of her Living Room gigs this month - would you mind asking her and relaying the information back to the community?