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Michael Gulezian

Dave Beck
08/08/2007

The finger–style guitarists of the Mississippi Delta, the raga improvisations of Ravi Shankar, Led Zeppelin's rock and roll, and Armenian folk songs sung by his mother have all shaped the guitar playing and musical presence of Michael Gulezian. Also, Greg Atkinson's Cooking Klatch and avoiding online scams.



At 2:07 p.m. – The Works: Avoiding Online Scams
You may know to not respond to an email from a deposed Nigerian price looking to share his father's fortune with you. But that doesn't mean you can't still get hooked by scams. Glenn Fleishmann is a freelance technology reporter. He's going to help us avoid getting scammed.

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  • Glenn Fleishman's Blog


  • At 2:20 p.m. – Michael Gulezian (Archive from August 14th, 2006)
    The finger–style guitarists of the Mississippi Delta, the raga improvisations of Ravi Shankar, Led Zeppelin's rock and roll, and Armenian folk songs sung by his mother have all shaped the guitar playing and musical presence of Michael Gulezian. The youngest player ever signed to John Fahey's influential Takoma records label, Michael has long been in the ear of public radio listeners across the country. You hear his songs in the breaks of NPR programs and on the public radio's All Songs Considered. In this archive broadcast from August 14th, 2006, Michael Gulezian plays in our performance studio.


    Related Event:
    Michael Gulezian plays at the Triple Door in Seattle, Wednesday August 8th at 7:30 p.m.

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  • Triple Door


  • At 2:45 p.m. – Greg Atkinson Cooking Klatch (Archive from July 12th, 2006)
    Our weekly visit with food writer, chef, and culinary consultant Greg Atkinson.

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