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AIR DATE: November 30, 2011

The Village People have been performing for 35 years - their unique brand of performance disco and pop music has sold 100 million records, and they are iconic in the LGBT community.  We talk to a founding member about being disco kings long after the passing of disco.
 
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What a disappointing interview! This sounded like someone at KNPR owed someone else at the Riviera a favor so they just threw this together. Lack of research, silly questions. As soon as you said, "disco died," I knew it was going to be just another uninformed, crappy piece. I don't expect you to know everything about every subject, but this was the worst interview I've ever heard on your station.
John Bisci Jr.Nov 16, 2011 11:16:48 AM
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