The Rock, Power & Politics Episode

The Tom Gulley Show Newseum Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Patty Rhule Jimi Hendrix Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen Madonna Washington DC Pete Seeger Public Enemy First Amendment Bob Dylan
Bruce Springsteen's 4-F card. Joni Mitchell's guitar. James Brown's lyrics on hotel stationery. Bob Dylan's harmonica.

What do they have in common?

They're all symbols of rock music's relentless freedom of expression that can provoke thought and provide social commentary. And they're all part of an exhibit called Louder Than Words at the Newseum in Washington, DC. In partnership with the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.

Our guest, Patty Rhule, is the director of exhibit development at the Newseum, and she deftly takes us on an audio journey through amazing rock artifacts, cultural history, the First Amendment, and popular music's ability to speak deeper--and louder--than the spoken word.

Join us as we explore our right to freedom of expression along with our right to ROCK on this episode of The Tom Gulley Show.

Just listen via the convenient player below, or right click this link and do the "Save As" thing to download the podcast for enjoyment on your iPod or media player of choice.


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