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In this week’s episode of The New Yorker Radio Hour, we hear two conversations from the most recent New Yorker Festival. Dave Grohl, whose memoir is “The Storyteller,” shares accounts from his life before and after Nirvana, and explains how he formed his own band, Foo Fighters. Then Aimee Mann talks with Atul Gawande about singing, songwriting, and human needs amid the pandemic. She also performs a few songs from her latest album, “Queens of the Summer Hotel.”
This episode was originally aired November 26, 2021.
Dave Grohl’s Tales of Life and Music
The Foo Fighters front man, whose recent memoir is “The Storyteller,” shares accounts from his life before and after Nirvana with the staff writer Kelefa Sanneh.
Aimee Mann Live, with Atul Gawande
The singer-songwriter discusses and performs songs from her recent album, which was inspired in part by the best-selling memoir “Girl, Interrupted.”
The New Yorker Radio Hour is a co-production of WNYC Studios and The New Yorker.