Bio & Resume


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Bio | Resume


Ken Field is a saxophonist, flautist, and composer. Since 1988 he has been a member of the internationally acclaimed electrified modern music ensemble Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, with whom he has recorded eight CDs.

Field leads the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, a New Orleans-inspired improvisational brass band. Year of the Snake, the group's 2003 debut, was included on best-of-year lists in NYC, New Orleans, and Milan. The 2008 release Forked Tongue spent 2 months on the CMJ North American jazz top 20 chart, and appeared on best-of-year lists in the Village Voice and in Georgia, Kansas, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, NYC, and Estonia. Live Snakes (2014) was an Editor's Pick in Downbeat Magazine. The group has performed at Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Berklee Performance Center, the Redentore Festival in Venice, Italy, and numerous other venues, and has been nominated for a New England Music Award, a Boston Music Award, and several Boston Phoenix/WFNX Best Music Poll awards.

Field has performed in the US, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, and Japan, and has been awarded residency fellowship grants at the MacDowell Colony (New Hampshire),the Ucross Foundation (Wyoming), the Fundacion Valparaiso (Spain), the MacNamara Foundation (Maine), and the Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida). His musical projects have been featured in The New York Times, Saxophone Journal, The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Tower Pulse, Billboard, Cadence, The Wire, The Orlando Sentinel, The New Yorker, and many other publications. Field has performed at the Roswell (NM) Jazz Festival, for President Bill Clinton, with Trombone Shorty, Charles Neville, Grammy-winning percussionist Glen Velez, former J. Geils frontman Peter Wolf, the Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra, and the Georgia Symphony Orchestra.

He has been commissioned by Guggenheim fellows Bridgman/Packer Dance to compose music for their works Under the Skin and Double Expose, which have been performed widely in the USA and Europe. A CD of Under the Skin was released in 2006 on Innova Recordings. Also on Innova, his 2012 release Sensorium: Music for Dance & Film includes his music for Double Expose and for three films by his late wife, internationally recognized animator Karen Aqua.

In 2000 Field released Tokyo in F, the live recording of an improvised concert he gave in Tokyo with three prominent Japanese musicians he met only just before the performance.

His 1999 release of layered saxophone music, Pictures of Motion, integrates elements of ambient, hiphop, minimalism, swing, acid, improv, and Balkan processional music. The CD includes two of Field's compositions for Sesame Street, and features a guest appearance by renowned multi-instrumentalist Amy Denio.

Field's 1996 debut solo release, Subterranea, documented his multitracked saxophone improvisations, recorded mostly in an underground chamber in Roswell, New Mexico. Subterranea received airplay on over 160 radio stations in the US, Canada, Switzerland, and Japan.

Field is also an award-winning composer of music for animation, film, and dance. His music is heard regularly on the popular internationally-broadcast children's television program Sesame Street, in collaboration with his wife, animator Karen Aqua. His soundtrack work has been broadcast on HBO, the Movie Channel, the Sundance Channel, and PBS.

Presentation, residency, and workshop experience includes Grinnell College, Dartmouth College, Emory University, Wellesley College, Alfred University, Western New Mexico University, Sheridan College, the Artists' Association of Nantucket, Camden-Rockport High School/YouthArts (ME), Applewild School (MA), New Mexico Military Institute, the Carolina Film Festival (NC), the University of North Carolina, Hilo & Waiakea High Schools (HI), the Massachusetts College of Art, Lebanon Valley College (PA), the Boston Museum of Science, the Creative Music Orchestra (New Haven, CT), the Fitchburg (MA) Art Museum, and, with Delfeayo Marsalis, the Nunez Correctional Learning Center (Port Sulpher, LA).

In 2003 the Saxophone Journal featured a Masterclass CD by Field based on the layered saxophone improvisations from his first solo CD Subterranea. Ken Field is an Applied Microphone Technology Endorser and a Vandoren Performing Artist, and uses Vandoren reeds and mouthpieces for performance and recording. He hosts The New Edge, a weekly radio program on WMBR in Cambridge, is former Chair of the Cambridge Bicycle Committee, a member of the HONK! Organizing Committee, and is on the Boards of Tutoring Plus of Cambridge and JazzBoston.


  • "Live Snakes", Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, Accurate Records AC-5065 (CD). 2014.
  • "Yes!", Agachiko, Accurate Records AC-5063 (CD). 2013.
  • "The $100 Guitar Project", Bridge Records 9381 (2-CD). 2013.
  • "Sensorium: Music for Dance & Film", Innova Recordings Innova 836 (CD). 2012.
  • "Once Upon a Time", Musaner, Lucent Music (CD). 2012.
  • "Musaner", Musaner, Lucent Music (CD). 2009.
  • "Forked Tongue", Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, Cuneiform Records 269 (CD). 2008.
  • "Tarnation & Alastair Sim", Chandler Travis Philharmonic, Sonic Trout ST28702 (CD). 2007.
  • "Every Dear Friend", Chizuko Ura, Saari Disc JP-0001 (CD). 2006.
  • "Under the Skin", Innova Recordings Innova 208 (CD). 2006.
  • "Extreme Spirituals", Oral Moses & Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform Records Rune 241 (CD). 2006.
  • "Classical A-Go-Go", The Frankenstein Consort, sfz Recordings sfz-004 (CD). 2006.
  • "1001 Real Apes", David Greenberger & Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Pel Records PP-8704 (CD). 2006.
  • "No Such Animal", Tim Mungenast, Ken Field, Michael Bloom, Jon Proudman, Innova Recordings 211 (CD). 2006.
  • "2001 Live Birds", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, NEARfest Records NFR0005 (CD). 2004.
  • "The Sweet Unraveling", Julie Dougherty (CD). 2004.
  • "Year of the Snake", Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, Innova Recordings 599 (CD). 2003.
  • "The Iridium Controversy", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform Rune 179 (CD). 2003.
  • "Leaving the Lights On", Kevin So, Wingbone Records WB-6985 (CD). 2003.
  • "Llama Rhymes", Chandler Travis Philharmonic, Sonic Trout ST28623 (CD). 2002.
  • "Musicas desda el Abismo/Music from the Edge Vol 5", compilation CD including Men & Machines, Margen MR0102 (CD). 2002.
  • "Earthtones", Archetribe, Stretta ST02002 (CD). 2001.
  • "Adonai in Dub", David Gould, Tzadik TZ7156 (CD). 2001.
  • "Adonai and I", David Gould, I-Town IT020 (CD). 2001.
  • "Songbird", Adam Sherman and the Seeds (CD). 2001. (Producer, Saxes, Flutes)
  • "Petrophonics", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform Rune 137 (CD). 2000.
  • "Tokyo in F", Ken Field et al, Sublingual Records #SLR004 (CD). 2000.
  • "Let's Have a Pancake", The Chandler Travis Philharmonic, Sonic Trout #ST 2861-2 (CD). 2000.
  • "Pictures of Motion", Ken Field, sFz Recordings #002 (CD). 1999.
  • "Erik Lindgren Scores!", Erik Lindgren, sFz Recordings #001 (CD). 1999.
  • "Stimuli", Lauri des Marais & Erik Lindgren, sFz Recordings #003 (CD). 1999.
  • "The East Main Street Suite", Willie Alexander & the Persistence of Memory Orchestra, Accurate (CD). 1999.
  • "Black on Black", Firecat, ReR (CD). 1999.
  • "Swipe", Swipe, Interrelated Arts Foundation (CD). 1997.
  • "Naked Ear Sessions: Vol. 2", w/Universal You, Naked Ear Records (CD). 1997.
  • "Subterranea", Ken Field, O.O.Discs #OO25 (CD). 1996.
  • "LongLine", Peter Wolf, Reprise (CD/Tape). 1996. (Sax & Flute on "Riverside Drive")
  • "The Holy Babble", Willie Alexander, Tourmaline (CD). 1996.
  • "Studebakersfield", Charlie Chesterman, Slow River Records (CD). 1996.
  • "Garden of Delight". Universal You, Gruvtone Records (CD). 1996.
  • "Nervada", Lars Vegas, Akers (CD). 1995.
  • "Dancing on A'A", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform (CD). 1995.
  • "Private WA", Willie Alexander, Tourmaline (CD). 1994.
  • "Hazard Yellow/Requiem/Icy Needles", Lars Vegas, BHS (Single). 1994.
  • "From the Book of Flames", Charlie Chesterman, Slow River Records (CD). 1994.
  • "I Dreamed I Painted Living Music a Light Blue Shade", June LaPointe, JAL (Tape). 1994.
  • "Persistence of Memory Orchestra", Willie Alexander, Accurate/Distortion (CD). 1993.
  • "They Came, They Played, They Blocked the Driveway", w/Birdsongs, WFMU (CD). 1993.
  • "Oil on Linen", Erik Lindgren, Arf! Arf! (CD). 1992.
  • "Pyroclastics", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform (CD/Tape). 1992.
  • "Place of General Happiness: Lyrics by Ernest Noyes Brookings, Vol 2", w/Birdsongs, ESD (CD). 1991.
  • "Faultline", Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, Cuneiform (LP/CD). 1989.
  • "Boston Bla '88", Mark Pierson, W-Bla-Bla-Bla Compilation Cassette (Tape). 1988.
  • "Sanity", Skin, EOD (LP). 1988.
  • "Tribal Surrealism", Plate O' Shrimp, Chicabob (LP). 1988.
  • "Those Helicopters", UHF Endeavors Compilation Cassette (Tape). 1987.
  • "Something We Share", The I-Tones, I-Tones Music (LP). 1987.
  • "Hark The Rock N' Rollers Sing...", Lisa Traxler, WBCN Compilation Cassette (Tape) 1986.
  • "Troubled Sleep/Stand Up", Skin, EOD (7" Single). 1986.
  • "Bim Skala Bim", Bim Skala Bim, Fonograff Records (LP). 1986.
  • "Saddle/You're the Best", Skin, EOD (12" Single). 1985.
  • "Brian Cullman", Brian Cullman (LP). 1975.
  • Music Composition Residency Grant, MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, 2007.
    One-month residency for the creation of new musical compositions.

  • Global Connections grant, Meet the Composer, NYC, 2006.
    Support for travel to Japan.

  • Music Composition Residency Grant, Ucross Foundation, Clearmont, WY, 2003.
    One-month residency for the creation of new musical compositions.

  • Artist-in-Residence (with Karen Aqua), Treasure Mountain Middle School, Park City, UT, 2003.
    1-month teaching residency with 90 6th graders for production of animated film/soundtrack.

  • Associate Artist-in-Residence, Atlantic Center for the Arts. 2001.
    3-week residency with British composer John Eacott.

  • Professional Development Grant, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2001.
    Support for travel to the Atlantic Center for the Arts.

  • Residency Grant (with Karen Aqua), Artists & Communities: America Creates for the Millennium. 2000.
    3-month teaching residency in Price and Salt Lake City, Utah.

  • Residency Grant, National Performance Network, 2000.
    Support for residency and performances with the Dog & Pony Theatre Company, New Orleans.

  • Professional Development Grant, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1999.
    Support for travel to Fundacion Valparaiso.

  • Music Composition Residency Grant, Fundacion Valparaiso, Mojacar, Spain, 1999.
    One-month residency for the creation of new musical compositions.

  • Production Grant, Gardner/Wu Trust, 1998.
    Support for production of second solo CD.

  • Professional Development Grant, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 1998.
    Support for attendance at Hiroshima '98 International Animation Festival.

  • Music Composition Residency Grant, Ucross Foundation, Clearmont, WY, 1997.
    One-month residency for the creation of new musical compositions.

  • Meet the Composer, 1992, 1994, 1997, 2005.
    Support for appearances at the Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI; the Outpost, Albuquerque, NM; the Duke on 42nd Street, New York, NY.

  • Production Grant, Gardner/Wu Trust, 1996.
    Support for production of "Subterranea" solo CD.

  • New England Touring Roster, New England Foundation for the Arts, 1990-present.
    General performance and residency support. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic.

  • New Forms Regional Initiative Grant, New England Foundation for the Arts, 1992.
    Collaborative project grant. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic and visual artist Greg Garvey.
  • Animation/Soundtrack project, MacDowell Colony/Mountain Shadows School, Peterborough, NH. 2007.
  • Animation/Soundtrack project, Applewild School, Fitchburg, MA. 2006.
  • Animation/Soundtrack project, PlatteForum, Denver, CO. 2006.
  • Animation/Soundtrack project, MFA Boston/Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, MA. 2003-2004.
  • "Encouraging Community with Animation & Sound", NECAP invited workshop, Plymouth, NH. 2003.
  • Masterclass CD, Saxophone Journal, May/June 2003 issue.
  • Animation & Soundtrack Workshop. Woods Hole Film Festival, MA, 2000. (with Karen Aqua)
  • Nunez Correctional Learning Center, Port Sulpher, LA. 2000. (with Delfeayo Marsalis)
  • Creative Music Orchestra, SCSU, New Haven, CT. 2000. (4-week composer-in-residence)
  • "Promoting Music" panel moderator, Arts & the Media Conference, Cambridge, MA. 2000.
  • Animation & Soundtrack Workshop. Artists' Association of Nantucket, MA. 1999. (with Karen Aqua)
  • "Soundtrack Workshop". Alfred University, Alfred, NY. 1998. (3-week teaching residency)
  • Jazz Improvisation Workshop. Alfred University Jazz Band, Alfred, NY. 1998.
  • "Development of a Soundtrack for Sesame Street". Alfred University, Alfred, NY. 1998.
  • "Soundtrack Workshop". Western New Mexico University, Silver City, NM. 1998. (1-week teaching residency)
  • Camden-Rockport High School/YouthArts, Camden, ME. 1997. (with Birdsongs)
  • "Development of a Soundtrack for Sesame Street". Sheridan College, Sheridan, WY. 1997.
  • "Development of a Soundtrack for Sesame Street". NMMI Lyceum Lecture, Roswell, NM. 1997.
  • "Habitation", On-Line Discussion of Contemporary Composition, Festival MANCA, Nice, France. 1996.
  • "Sesame Street Soundtrack Workshop", Carolina Film & Video Festival, UNC, Greensboro, NC. 1996.
  • Emory University, Atlanta, GA. 1995. (with Birdsongs)
  • University of North Carolina, Asheville, NC. 1995. (with Birdsongs)
  • Hilo & Waiakea High Schools, Hilo, HI. 1994. (with Birdsongs)
  • Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. 1994. (with Birdsongs)
  • Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. 1994. (with Birdsongs)
  • "Authors & Artists", Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA. 1992. (with Birdsongs)
  • "What Makes Music", Museum of Science, Boston, MA. 1990. (with Birdsongs)
  • City Center, NYC, NY. 2006.
  • Teatro de la Ciudad, Festival de Mexico. 2006.
  • Dublin Fringe Festival, Ireland. 2005.
  • The Duke on 42nd Street, New York, NY. 2005.
  • Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC. 2003.
  • Regent Theatre, Boston, MA. 2002.
  • Tremont Theatre, Boston, MA. 2002.
  • CM5, Orlando, FL. 2001.
  • Somerville Theater, Boston, MA. 2001.
  • Tonic, NYC, NY. 2001.
  • Creer Auditorium, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT. 2000.
  • Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. 2000. (with Dog & Pony Theatre Company)
  • The Knitting Factory, NYC, NY. 1989, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000. (with various groups)
  • "New Sounds with John Schaefer", Show #1770, WNYC 93.9 FM, NYC, NY. 2000. (one-hour interview)
  • National Performance Network, 15th Annual Meeting Invited Showcase, Providence, RI. 1999.
  • Charlotte Martin Theater, Seattle Center, Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle, WA. 1998.
  • In F, Tokyo, Japan. 1998.
  • La Fleche d'Or, Paris, France. 1998. (with Willie Loco Alexander)
  • CIAM, Bordeaux, France. 1998. (with Willie Loco Alexander)
  • Altxerri, San Sebastian, Spain. 1998. (with Willie Loco Alexander)
  • Auditorio Conservatorio, Eibar, Spain. 1998. (with Willie Loco Alexander)
  • The Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque, NM. 1997.
  • The Bug Theater, Denver, CO. 1997.
  • Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FL. 1997. (with Birdsongs of the Mesozoic)
  • "New Sounds with John Schaefer", Show #1353, WNYC 93.9 FM, NYC, NY. 1997. (one-hour interview)
  • "Collage" Fine Arts Festival, Musique d'appartement, Nice, France. 1996. (via recorded music)
  • "What Is Jazz" Festival, The Knitting Factory, NYC, NY. 1996. (with Lars Vegas)
  • Reception for President Bill Clinton, Boston, MA. 1995. (with John Payne Saxophone Choir)
  • New Music America Festival, Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI. 1992. (with Birdsongs)
  • New Music America Festival, Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles, CA. 1992. (with Birdsongs)
  • Boston Public Library, Boston, MA. 1991. (with Birdsongs)
  • First Night, Boston, MA. 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995. (with Birdsongs & Revolutionary Snake Ensemble)
  • New England Composers' Festival, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. 1990. (with Birdsongs)
  • New Music Harvest Festival, Boston, MA. 1989. (with Birdsongs)
  • "Sensorium", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated Film. 2006.

  • "Under the Skin", Artists: Bridgman/Packer Dance, Live dance performance, NYC. 2005.
    Music composer & producer.

  • "Andaluz", Artists: Karen Aqua/Joanna Priestley, Animated Film. 2004.
    Music producer.

  • "The Witness Project". Artist: Robin Masi, Multimedia installation, Fitchburg Art Museum, MA. 2003. Regis College, Weston, MA. 2004.
    Music and sound design for 2D and 3D installation by Robin Masi commemorating the 2nd & 3rd anniversaries of 9/11/01.

  • "Suddenly Last Summer". Artist: Dog & Pony Theatre Company, New Orleans. 2002.
    Composed and recorded original score for solo and layered soprano saxophone.

  • "Cortejo". Artist: Denorah de Jesus Rodriguez, Video. 2002.

  • "5 Dreams". Artist: Luke Jaeger, Animated Film. 1997.
    Composed and performed for film soundtrack (with Birdsongs of the Mesozoic).

  • "Ground Zero / Sacred Ground", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated Film. 1997.
    Composed and performed film soundtrack.

  • "Sesame Street", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated segments. 1990-present.
    Composed and produced over one dozen soundtracks for Children's Television Workshop's "Sesame Street" program.

  • "Sympathetic Magic", Artists: Karen Aqua/Annie Loui, Animated Film with Dance. 1994.
    Composed and produced 8 minute recorded soundtrack for live performance.

  • "Dancing in the Park", The Dance Collective, Outdoor Dance Performances. 1994.
    Percussion and soprano saxophone improvisations for live performances.

  • "Perpetual Motion", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated Film. 1992.
    Composed and performed film soundtrack.

  • "Shrine to Ritualized Time", Artists: K. Aqua/J. Gillooly, Slide/Animation Installation, Boston. 1990.
    Composed and produced soundtrack for multimedia outdoor installation.

  • "A Day in the Life of Scoop Bradley", Artist: Tamara Jenkins, Performance Theater, NYC. 1987.
    Alto saxophone improvisations for live performances.

  • "Nine Lives", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated Film. 1987.
    Composed and performed for film soundtrack.

  • "Reacting to the Crisis", Multimedia Performance, Cambridge, MA. 1986.
    Composed and performed for live experimental presentation.

  • "Intellectual Properties", Artist: John Adams, Video. 1985.
    Composed and performed for video soundtrack.

  • "Penetralia", Artist: Karen Aqua, Animated Film. 1976.
    Flute improvisations for film soundtrack.
  • Nominated for Boston Music Award (RSE). 2004, 2005.
  • Nominated for Best Music Poll award (RSE). 2003, 2004, 2005.
  • Utah State Historical Society Antiquities Award for work on Nine Mile Canyon film. 2001.
  • Named to short list (with Karen Aqua) for Artists & Communities: America Creates for the Millennium. 1999.
  • Named semifinalist in Musician Magazine's "Best Unsigned" competition. 1997.
  • Named one of "Boston's Top 10 Unsigned Acts": The Tab, Boston, MA. 1996.
  • Nominated "Best Other Instrument" in Boston: The Noise, Boston, MA. 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998..
  • Third Prize, Soundtrack Category (for "Nine Lives"): ASIFA-East Animation Awards, NYC. 1988.
  • Voted #3 Horn Player in Boston: The Beat, Boston, MA. 1986.
  • Listed in Who's Who in the East. 1986--.

Alto Reform School. 70's Funk/R&B. (Boston) 2005-2006
Dig Big Saxophone Quartet. (Boston) 2000-2005
Board of Education. Post-neo-hippy funk/r&b groove. (Boston) 1997-2004
Chandler Travis Philharmonic. Dixieland/Pop/Rock. (Boston) 1996-2002
Crown Electric Company. 70's R&B. (Boston) 1994-1999
Revolutionary Snake Ensemble. New Orleans Brass Band. (Boston) 1993-present
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. Instrumental Music. (Boston) 1988-present
Atlantic Saxophone Quartet. Classical/Jazz/Ragtime. (Boston) 1991-1992
Bad Art Ensemble. (Boston) 1991-2000
Persistence of Memory Orchestra. Beat Rock & Roll. (Boston) 1991-2001
Lars Vegas. Poetry/Rock. (Boston) 1991-1996
Jah Spirit. Reggae. (Boston) 1990-1993
Skin. Rock/Psychedelic Funk. (Boston) 1984-1988
Ibrahima's World Beat. African. (Boston) 1987-1989
The I-Tones. Reggae. (Boston) 1987
The Breeze. GB. (Boston) 1986-1987
Trained Circus Dogs. Rock. (Boston) 1982
Ness. R&B/Funk. (Boston) 1981-1984
Sojourners. Asian-American/Rock. (Boston) 1979
Ken Field Group. Jazz. (Boston) 1979-1986
Brown University Stage Band. Jazz. (Providence) 1976-1977
Guns Galore. Rock. (Providence) 1976
Heat. R&B/Gospel/Soul. (Providence) 1976
Johnny and the Luncheonettes. Swing/R&B. (Providence) 1975-1977
RISD Orchestra. Avant-Garde Jazz/Funk. (Providence) 1975-1976
Forecast. Jazz/Fusion. (Providence) 1973-1975

  • Jerry Bergonzi (Boston) Improvisation. 1988-1989.
  • Charlie Banacos (Magnolia, MA) Improvisation. 1984-1986.
  • Berklee College of Music (Boston) Saxophone, Theory. 1977-1979.
  • Fred DiChristofaro (Providence) Saxophone. 1976-1977.
  • Joe Viola (Boston) Saxophone. 1975-1976.
  • Fred Caruso (Long Branch, NJ) Clarinet, Theory. 1963-1969.
Big Lazy
Bim Skala Bim
Dr. Black's Combo
Brian Brain
Les Chanteuses Sorcieres
Gary Cherone
Charlie Chesterman
Brian Cullman
Beth Custer
Amy Denio
Reeves Gabrels
Madeleine Hall & the Rhythm Hounds
Funky White Honkies
Jeanne O'Connor
Plate O'Shrimp
D. Sharpe
Shy Five
John Sinclair
The Souls
Swinging Erudites
Three Colors
Loudon Wainwright III
Peter Wolf
King Sunny Ade

Mose Allison

Black Uhuru

Burning Spear

Eugene Chadbourne

Rhys Chatham


The Del Fuegos

Doctor Nerve

The Fat Boys


Nina Hagen

Debbie Harry

Nona Hendryx

Gil Scott Heron

Hunters and Collectors

Baaba Maal

Ray Manzarek/Michael McClure

Grand Master Melle Mel

Roger Miller


The Neville Brothers

The Persuasions

Andy Pratt

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Royal Crescent Mob

Salem 66

Eliot Sharpe

Sonny Sharrock

Patti Smith

Speed the Plow

Swimming Pool Q's

Third World

Thrashing Doves

3 Mustaphas 3

'til tuesday

Trouble Funk

Urban Blight

Barrence Whitfield and the Savages




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