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Wayne Kramer

SIC Video Interview With Wayne Kramer, Musician and Revolutionary

David Shing | Posted 11.01.2012 | Technology
David Shing

Wayne Kramer is someone who's history you have to hear to believe. Having served time during what he calls "the drug wars" Wayne now works with jails in the U.S. and UK to rehabilitate prisoners through music with his organization Jail Guitar Doors.

Ex-Inmate Musician Returns To Jail With Guitars

AP | By JOHN ROGERS | Posted 03.04.2012 | Home

LOS ANGELES -- He spent two years in a federal lockup for trying to sell cocaine to undercover agents, and all Wayne Kramer can think about these days...

Rock Music's Political Thump Turns to Thud

Jason Schmitt | Posted 01.18.2012 | Home
Jason Schmitt

The apathy of the last decade seems to have lifted. And truth will emerge, the way it always has, through the murky waters of social critique. We need more leaders. We need more anthems.

Marianne Faithfull: Going Into the Light With Horses and High Heels

Holly Cara Price | Posted 09.12.2011 | Entertainment
Holly Cara Price

I've grown a pretty thick skin over the years when it comes to celebrities. However it's just not that often that I find myself sitting across someone who, frankly, was a bonafide teen idol in my particular pantheon. We're talking photos stuck onto bedroom walls here.

Almost Famous: On the Road with Nico Vega (Part 4)

Mihal Freinquel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mihal Freinquel

An interview with the musicians, the lovers, the forces to be reckoned with - some of the most positive, thoughtful, supportive, open people I have ever met and spent time with: Nico Vega.

1968 Convention Rocker To Kick Out Jams In Denver

Gregory Daurer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Gregory Daurer

There's historical significance for me, having taken an activist stance as a musician in 1968 to protest an illegal war; and to find myself in the same situation today, another illegal war, and to be part of a generation that says "This has to stop now."