On this past weekend's episode of National Geographic Weekend, host Boyd Matson interviewsAboriginal Australian Country & Western singer Roger Knox about his latest album Stranger In My Land. His folks, country and rock n' roll-hybrid songs were written by Aborigine artists — some handed-down over generations, but not widely sung. In their conversation, Roger shares why he loves country music's ability to tell a story and how many people in Australia's native populations balk at the concept of being "Australian".
It's 10 minutes or so, so STOP compulsively reading about the new Royal Baby and LEARN something for a change.
It's full of music streams too. Read/Listen to it HERE