FOF #1076 – The Legendary Gaye Adegbalola

Oct 19, 2009 · 1985 views

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Blues musician Gaye Adegbalola plays in our studio her greatest hits. She’s wrapping up her farewell tour with her band Saffire, talking about her work in the civil rights movement of the 1960s, what drives her passion in music and why fighting shame is so critical for gay liberation.


  1. She is so amazing and inspiring and speaks truth. Her music is awesome too!

  2. Cliff Dix says:

    These are the shows that remind me why I love Feast of Fun so much. It is great to hear about terrific gay musicians I would have never heard about otherwise. Gaye is great! I love her attitude. music and outlook on life. She actually inspired me to gather up some old coats I had lying around and take them to a shelter. Put you bucket down where you are.

  3. Eric M says:

    I finally listed to this one today and promptly downloaded both albums (from itunes using the FOF links). I remember her last ppearance and hope you have here back .. I could use a uppity black lesbian around more often. Eric

  4. lis says:

    I’m running behind on listening to FoF podcasts and I do like to do it in chronological order. Finally got to this one last weekend and it was awesome. I found out about Gaye through the first time you interviewed her and have gotten all her music since and some of her songs have gotten me through hard times. She’s an inspiring bitch all right! Thank you for bringing her back to FoF. You guys are awesome!

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