NPR’s David Dye Explores Moog’s North Carolina Connection, Moogfest and More
On December 2, 2010, Executive Director Michelle Moog-Koussa will be interviewed on NPR’s World Cafe, a popular program with host David Dye which features new and significant music.
Michelle and David sat down together at the beautiful facilities of Echo Mountain Recording during Moogfest 2010 to talk about Bob’s legacy, his move to Asheville, NC and the festival that was celebrating his work and spirit over a three day weeekend.
In honor of this broadcast, make a donation of $25 or more to the Bob Moog Foundation on December 2 and receive a Moog Filtered Ale poster as a token of our thanks! This offer is good for one day only!
NPR has been quite supportive of the Bob Moog Foundation over the past couple of months as our educational and archival projects have peaked their interest. The BMF was featured on their podcast “Songs of the Re: Union: The Bob Moog Foundation” as well as Sound Opinions on WBEZ Chicago: The Moog featuring Bob Moog Foundation Archive (BMFA) Historian Brian Kehew. This is all very fitting as one could often find Bob tapped in to his local NPR station when he wasn’t at his workbench, pushing the barriers of sonic reality.