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An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician Hauk Heimdallsman #18

An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician Hauk Heimdallsman #18

Update: 2021-04-01
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COVID-19 has brought the entertainment industry to its knees and artists of all stripes are struggling  just like the rest of us . Join us for our series An Artist's Tale as we talk to creatives of every stripe about their lives and work during the pandemic.

Hauk has a tradition for defying convention and limitation. His songs are too country for metal, too heavy for country, too punk for folk, too folk for punk, and always in your face. Hauk has released 10 solo albums, two albums with Black Hat Society, an album with The Pirates Charles. He has also produced bands like No Convention, Margot Lane and the Greybirds, Post Relic, and more. He has also scored two feature films and many short films
including the award winning “Pirate Captain Toledano.”

Join our hosts River Scholl and Emily Metcalfe as they talk with Hauk in a wide ranging interview about his experiences as an artist during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician Hauk Heimdallsman #18

An Artist's Tale: A Conversation with Musician Hauk Heimdallsman #18

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