Fred Carter, better known as Texas Fred the Zydeco Cowboy, was born and raised in Southeast Texas, where he became fascinated with zydeco and its origins. He shares the music he loves here in D.C. in the form of a local radio show, "The Trail Ride."
Laurie Anderson is not an easy woman to categorize. In forty-plus years of performing, Anderson combined music, visuals, storytelling, technology and a male alter ego into her performances. We talk with Anderson about her decades on the art scene and her latest album, which explores the darker aspects of American society.
- Laurie Anderson Performance Artist and Musician; her latest album is _Homeland_
Video of Anderson Performing
Anderson performs her piece “Only an Expert” during her 2007 European tour:
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