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Stevie Parker

Stevie Parker – In Session 2016 – Past Daily Soundbooth: New Faces Edition

Stevie Parker – Better Off – Recorded live at Factory Studios, Bristol – Sept. 23, 2016 A new face on the horizon. Stevie Parker, who has been back-up singer for several artists since she was a teenager, is finally breaking out on her own. At 24, she is a seasoned...

Twilight Of The Nazi Reich – March 24, 1945

Twilight Of The Nazi Reich – March 24, 1945

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Alex Drier’s Weekly News Analysis – March 24, 1945 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection As reports filled the airwaves and people sat glued to their radios this March 24th in 1945, a wave of breathless optimism spread...

FDR Addresses Congress – March 4, 1939

FDR Addresses Congress – March 4, 1939

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – President Roosevelt Address to Congress – March 4, 1939 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection For those of you who may have forgotten, today is the birthday of the founding of Congress. And 76 years ago this day,...

FDR Signs Social Security – August 14, 1935

Click on the link here for Audio Player – President Roosevelt signs The Social Security Act of 1935 – August 14, 1935 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Since it’s been a bone of contention and the target of avid attempts at dismantling it, here’s a reminder of what all the...

Our Civil Liberties – Are They In Danger? 1947 – Past Daily Reference Room

Click on the link here for audio: Our Civil Liberties – Are They In Danger? America United Program – 1947 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection The question of our Civil Liberties has been a topic of discussion and speculation going on for decades. However, at no other time has it...

Social Security Turns 77 – August 14, 1935

Click on the link here for audio player: FDR Signs Social Security Act – Aug. 14, 1935 Today marks the seventy-seventh birthday of The Social Security Act. FDR: “The civilization of the past hundred years, with its startling industrial changes, has tended more and more to make life insecure. Young...