The Phat Man Dee Episode

September 12th, 2017 · 1 hr 16 mins

About this Episode

Jazz chanteuse and cultural icon Phat Man Dee joins Petticoat Rule to talk about activism through music, respecting history through your creations, and learning to embrace your uniqueness. We hear all about her path to her weirdness, the many influences and teachers she's had along the way, and her goals to contribute positivity to society and foment advocacy for the downtrodden. Included in this episode is a song from her personal collection, Hey Phat Chick!, as well as one from her collaboration with Liz Berlin of Rusted Root, Social Justice Disco: Songs to Fight Fascists By.

SPOTIFY: The Phat Man Dee Playlist

Intro/Outro Tunes created in collaborative segment with Phat Man Dee, Erika, and Tara using a Korg Kaossilator Dynamic Phrase Synthesizer.

This project supported in part by a Seed Award from The Sprout Fund.
The producers would like to thank The River's Edge for providing the use of their studio space and equipment in the making of this episode.

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