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Putting together each episode of Boston Venue: The Channel Story is a painstaking process involving hours of research and hours more coordinating and conducting interviews with the artists, journalists, DJs and scenesters that were there. As a bonus between Episode 6 and Episode 7, we’re giving you a chance to listen to the raw interviews Boston journalist and Boston Venue contributing writer Nate Homan conducted with hardcore legend Ian MacKaye and Dickie Barrett, leader of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. This is the first of these bonus episodes. If you like it, please leave a review on your favorite podcast site or on https://thechannelstory.com/. More bonus episodes are in the works.
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Music featured in this episode: “Where’d You Go,” provided by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. “Cashout,” by Fugazi and “Filler” by Minor Threat. Contributing storytellers in this episode: Dickie Barrett, Ian MacKaye and Nate Homan.
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Conceived and created by Harry Booras. Executive Producer, David Ginsburg. Produced by Chachi LoPrete. Written and edited by Harry Booras. Contributing writer: David Ginsburg and Nate Homan. Audio production by Dan Thibeault. Graphic Design by Lisa St. John-Bennett. Narrated by John Laurenti.