Yo! That’s My Jawn: The Podcast – Ep. 3.27 – Nancy Barile
Following a busy two weeks, Nate returns to the podcast stage with his interview with Nancy Barile. The two discuss the Vintage Philadelphia Facebook group, growing up in East Norriton, jukeboxes, sneaking down to listen to her sister’s vinyl, finding David Bowie, meeting Patti Smith’s mother and becoming pen pals, going away to college, keeping detailed notes of the shows she was going to, the music of the late 70s, the move to Philly and the temperature of the city at that time, Jim’s Steaks and one of the most Philly moments of all time, South Street, managing Sadistic Exploits, becoming a contributor to the scene, the riots and bombs at the Starlite Ballroom in Kensington, the danger in the city in that era, Chuck Treece, moving to Boston and becoming a teacher, the Boston Red Sox Most Valuable Educator Award, being outed by a student for her punk rock past, giving away Minor Threat and a SS Decontrol test pressings to a student, the origins of what would become I’m Not Holding Your Coat, Nate’s pitch for a Philly Punk rock compilation curated by Nancy, shinning a light on the Philly punk and hardcore bands of the early 80s, and the story of Sister Alice and how she informed her own approach to teaching. Then, Nancy enters The Jawntlet!
I’m Not Holding Your Coat: My Bruises-and-All Memoir of Punk Rock Rebellion
Pyramid Club: Meet the Author with Nancy Barile
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