EDGECAST: Hip hop artist Jackson Whalan – a podcast

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By Tuesday, Sep 20 Edgecasts

In this Edgecast interview by Jason Brown, Berkshire-born hip hop artist Jackson Whalan talks about how his career developed, his work with musician and producer Robbie Baier, how Railroad Street Youth Project played a crucial role in supporting his music, and how the Berkshires has influenced his art. Click link below to listen:

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