John has a long and ocassionally interesting relationship with the Firesign Theatre. He was responsible for their 2001 PBS Special, “Weirdly Cool” and the troupe’s appearances on NPR’s “All Things Considered”. He is credited as Executive Producer on the Artemis Records release of the NPR contributions, aptly titled “All Things Firesign.”
Visit the Firesign Theatre website at www.firesigntheatre.com
Firesigner Phil Proctor creates a bi-weekly column under the moniker of Planet Proctor. It can be found at www.planetproctor.com
And, Peter Bergman has revived “Radio Free Oz”, the name of his radio show where the Firesign Theatre first came together in the 1960s. Today it is on the web and podcasts with new material from Peter and fellow Firesigner David Ossman. Worth the listen at www.radiofreeoz.com
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