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Arts & Culture

The Nose Gets Inside Llewyn Davis

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Oscar Isaace plays Llewyn Davis, a character based loosely on folk guitarist, Dave Van Ronk, in the Coen Brother's new film, "Inside Llewyn Davis."

The Nose panelists explore the hidden mysteries of the Coen Brothers' new film, Inside Llewyn Davis, based  on the early folk movement of 1960's Greenwich Village and one of its early pioneers, Dave Van Ronk. 

They look at the movie, the era, the implications for folk and roots music, including  breakout acts from the film like Lake Street Dive, The Milk Carton Kids, and Rhiannon Glennon.

And, what about that cat?

We also throw in a few minutes on the retirement of Justin Beiber and Time Magazine's runner-up to Man of the Year, Edward Snowdon--to Pardon or not?

Leave your comments below, email us at colin@wnpr.org, or tweet us @wnprcolin. 

Guests:

  • Theresa Cramer is a writer and the editor of E-Content Magazine, where she covers the world of digital media
  • James Hanley is the co-founder of Cinestudio at Trinity College
  • Susan Forbes Hansen is a long-time folk radio host at WHUS and WWUH.

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Colin McEnroe is a radio host, newspaper columnist, magazine writer, author, playwright, lecturer, moderator, college instructor and occasional singer. Colin can be reached at colin@ctpublic.org.
Chion Wolf is the host of Audacious with Chion Wolf on Connecticut Public.
Betsy started as an intern at WNPR in 2011 after earning a Master's Degree in American and Museum Studies from Trinity College. She served as the Senior Producer for 'The Colin McEnroe Show' for several years before stepping down in 2021 and returning to her previous career as a registered nurse. She still produces shows with Colin and the team when her schedule allows.

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