February 15, 2013
Acclaimed mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin (author of the YA memoir Do You Dream in Color? Insights From a Girl Without Sight) discusses what it takes to lead a successful career as a singer when you’re blind and how other sight-impaired vocalists such as Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and Andrea Bocelli have made world-class names for themselves in a world that’s so deeply vision-oriented.
The show airs on Friday, February 15, from 10-11pm at 91.7 FM. Or listen in anytime this week via KALW’s on demand online local music player, 91.7 FM, or www.kalw.org.
Tags: KALW, laurie rubin, Voice-Box Media