July 28

#127 Today’s Boondoggle- with Frankie Mish of the band Sleep Waker

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In this episode Bill talks with Frankie Mish of the band Sleep Waker. 

In this episode we talk about babies sleeping through bag pipes, a sheep named Babaloo, and get really in depth with Sleep Cycles, the power of dreams, and the TV show Twin Peaks.  

We also talk about making their music videos and the stories being told within the stories. Are we asleep or awake, is this reality or are we plugged into the matrix, more questions and answers leading to their album ALIAS, plus so much more.   

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