OTL #496: Secret History of Detroit Junior, Where can I protest?, The Owls Seem What They Are Not perform live

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Local band The Owls Seem What They Are Not (Webb Dieter, Nolan Marchi, Reade Widman, Jackie Tangg) now share a special bond with Mike Stephen after rocking the soundtrack for OTL #496.

Local band The Owls Seem What They Are Not (Webb Dieter, Nolan Marchi, Reade Widman, Jackie Tangg) now share a special bond with Mike Stephen after rocking the soundtrack for OTL #496.

Mike Stephen checks in with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about R&B-influenced pianist Detroit Junior for this week’s “Post-Winter Blues” edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music; chats with Scrappers Film Group journalism producer Yana Kunichoff about Where Can I Protest?, the fourth episode of the “Rights Lab” web series that’s screening at Comfort Station; and welcomes experimental rock band The Owls Seem What They Are Not (featuring OTL #463 musical guest Reade Wildman) to the studio to play live for the hour and to talk about their new record Whirl Around The Whirr Rider Riding A Whale Down a Waterfall. Meanwhile, we discuss the questionable legality of a political sign at a busy Chicago intersection.

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