David Hajdu is the music critic for The Nation and a professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He has published five books, including Lush Life, Positively 4th Street, The Ten-Cent Plague, and Love for Sale. He is also a songwriter and librettist, with songs on seven albums by various artists in jazz and pop.
Ted Hearne’s Political Soundscapes
David Hadju on Ted Hearne’s ambiguous political aesthetic....