Bad Dates

Sensitive poets, wild encounters in the Meatpacking District, and the Corruption of Young Matthew. Sarah Kleinman, Nick Holly & Matt Flanagan tell all (and I mean ALL) on this week’s episode of Tell It Anyway.


Show Notes: 

Cover art credit: Alan Zibel

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Form: The 3fer: Three people, three stories, one theme and let’s see if they connect.

Theme: Bad Dates

The music: Our opening and closing music is a selection from “Unlocked Door” used by permission of Alex Cook. Thank you Alex!

If you want to hear the complete songs, check out Alex Cook’s bandcamp page and his website Stonebalancer

Other songs featured in this episode:

The Pink Tiles “Time for Love” 

Jim Keller “Crush On You” – UM HELLO. Jim Teller was the co-author of  867-5309/Jenny by Tommy Tu-Tone and his music is available for use on podcasts like this. Amazing.

YGDTopDogg’s “Dance Like A Stripper” – I used the only ten seconds I could, people.

Storytellers: Sarah Kleinman, Nick Holly & Matt Flanagan

Part One: Sarah Kleinman, “The Backpack Guy”

Part Two:  Nick Holly, “Of All The Buildings In All The World”

Part Three: Matthew Flanagan “Little Kimmy”

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