More than half a century after the March On Washington protesters plan to gather for a march of a similar name: The Women's March on Washington. But some wonder whether a playful, cheeky tone will undermine the gathering's message.
Ian Svenonius is one of the most prolific local artists in the Washington region. During the past several decades, he fronted a number of notable bands – and he emerged as a published author and the host of an online interview series. Kojo chats with Svenonius about how the Washington region inspired him – and what he’s trying to say with the art he’s still creating today.
- Ian Svenonius Musician, Nation of Ulysees, Make-Up, Weird War, Cupid Car Club, Chain and The Gang; Author; Host, "Soft Focus"
- Ally Schweitzer Editor, WAMU 88.5's Bandwidth
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