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Nov132006

The Sound of Young America Live @ The PIT - 11.10.6

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Heather Lawless takes us through a typical day of her life

America's Radio Sweetheart, Jesse Thorn, recorded two episodes of The Sound of Young America live at The PIT on Friday. Pics and notes are from the first show. Both will be available as podcasts soon at www.maximumfun.org

NOTES
--Despite a palpable feeling of being SURROUNDED BY WEB MAVENS, when Jesse asked how many people in the crowd have never heard of TSOYA, there were quite a few hands clapping.
--Mike Daisey, professional monologist, says the preferred way of saying monologist is MONOLOGUE-IST.
--The interview portion of the show was confined to one segment which featured special guest star David Wain. David spoke into a whimsically oversized microphone about The Ten and how directing this full-length feature had been easier than the grueling production schedule of Stella.
--More photos and details are over at Jesse's blog.

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They're done shooting -- he's finishing the editing.
November 13, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterJesse

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