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Stan Ridgway performs on Mountain Stage.
September 22, 2011 For his Mountain Stage debut, the famous baritone performs tracks off his new album, Neon Mirage, as well as his classic hits.
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September 19, 2004 Host Liane Hansen speaks with Stan Ridgway, the iconoclastic singer/songwriter and former frontman for the early 80's new wave band Wall of Voodoo. Devotees of his two-decade solo career have described his songs as "four minute pulp novels" full of vivid characters from the American southwest. His new cd, "Snakebite: Blacktop Ballads & Fugitive Songs" is on his redFLY Records and available through his website, stanridgway.com. (12:10)
September 19, 2004 His former band Wall of Voodoo broke up in 1983, but Stan Ridgway is still spinning stories of intriguing, eccentric characters in song. He talks to NPR's Liane Hansen about his new CD.
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