My collection of Interviews published on Khabar and Atlanta INtown. I interview a variety of artists, from dancers to cooks to rock bands.

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Table of Contents


  1. Lagbaja, Nigerian pop star
  2. Kate Pierson, B-52s
  3. Harry Huff, organist, Music Director at Harvard Divinity School
  4. Rhiannon, Improvisational Vocalist
  5. Martin Barre, guitarist of Jethro Tull
  6. Don Preston, Mothers of Invention alum
  7. Howard Jones, New Wave icon and synth pioneer
  8. Kamasi Washington, Jazz saxophonist and composer
  9. Trae Crowder, the ‘Liberal Redneck’ comedian
  10. Juan de Marcos Gonzalez, Buena Vista Social Club’s band leader
  11. Jose James, jazz singer and band leader
  12. David Torn, guitarist, composer
  13. Lalah Hathaway, Center Stage album debut
  14. Tommy Emmanuel, fingerpicking technique guitarist, Ted-talks
  15. Elise Witt, ‘We’re all born singing’
  16. Rising Appalachia, sister band performs at Variety Playhouse
  17. Tony Hightower, jazz singer for Atlanta Jazz Festival
  18. Audrey Shakir, Atlanta Jazz singer
  19. Robert Earl Keen, recording, performing, songwriting artist
  20. Brand New Heavies play Buckhead Theatre on July 2
  21. Carl Verheyen from rock band Supertramp
  22. Emrah Kotan, Jazz Percussionist
  23. Najee, Jazz performer
  24. Terry Bozzio, drum legend
  25. Bluey, Incognito, acid jazz
  26. Robyn Hitchcock and Emma Swift, performers at City Winery
  27. Dave Koz, saxophonist
  28. Will Downing, singer/ songwriter and “Prince of Sophisticated Soul.”

Visual Artists

  1. Ealy Mays, Paris-based painter
  2. Randy Taylor, Atlanta artist of “shadowboxes”
  3. Don Cooper, artist “Fire Within” at Sandler Hudson Gallery
  4. Abhishek Singh, graphic novelist
  5. Marvin K. Omede, Nigerian painter
  6. Mike Goettee, Western Art painter
  7.  Brenda Stumpf, artist and sculptor
  8. Andrea Hintemaier, filmmaker, ‘Bruno’ in Out on Film
  9. Julie Moon, flamenco dancer and artist
  10. Richard Mayhew and Freddie Styles, “The Nature of Art” exhibition continues
  11. Ronald Locket, artist of “Fever Within” at the High Museum of Art


  1. Rebecca Lang, cook and author of Fried Chicken
  2. Josh Levs, author of All In
  3. Manil Suri, fiction writer, math professor
  4. Abhishek Singh, graphic novelist (**also cited in Visual Artists)
  5. Virginia Willis, cook and author
  6. Franklin Abbott, Man-t0-Man Interviews
  7. Ken Ono, math professor on his search for Ramanujan
  8. Frans de Waal, primatologist
  9. Coleman Barks, poet
  10. Alexander Chee, novelist
  11. Franklin Abbott, Radio Interview on “Closer Look: Atlanta LGBT History; Pride; And More”
  12. Theresa Davis, poet and author of “Drowned”


  1. Jon Goode and Alice Teeter, acclaimed spoken word poets
  2. Paul Nguyen, Art Works explores LGBT Homelessness
  3. Franklin Abbott, original radical faerie and early contributor to the Gay Spirit movement
  4. A Queer Dilemma: candid conversations with brave souls
  5. Dr. June Dobbs Butts, Sex Therapist
  6. Juel D. Lane, dancer at National Black Arts Festival
  7. Ken Ono, mathematician, The Idea of Ramanujan
  8. Josh Schadl, dancer, performs in “The Nutcracker” with The Covington Regional Ballet

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