Todd Kowalski (bass/vocals) of Propagandhi is on the show!
We talked about compassion — rather than politics — being the driving force behind the band’s music, his work as a visual artist, the upcoming remixed/remastered version of a classic Propagandhi record, and much more.
(Note: this was recorded before some changes to their fall tour, so we only mention the one Winnipeg show at the Park Theatre, but now there are three.)
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