Tonight at 11pm EST – The debut of Saturday Night Sounds. Lorin Cutts talks with British singer/songwriter JONT about his life, his music and his spiritual journey. Two hours of top chat intersected with most of the tracks from his amazing new LP ‘Hello Halifax’.
Jont is a British singer/songwriter and a recent inhabitant of Halifax, Nova Scotia. With a loyal following around the world in the wake of his music having been featured on various US TV shows (including “Grey’s Anatomy”) and the hit film “Wedding Crashers” – he has also built a significant global community and fanbase through the success of his innovative traveling house concert series – “Unlit”. These “webisodes” had became a “viral internet phenomenon” by 2008 (The Guardian, UK), culminating in the sponsorship by UK mobile phone giant, Orange – who used the touring films as part of a huge marketing campaign. His “Troubadour Journey” saw him set off at the end of 2010 on a spiritual odyssey to be a “troubadour” for real – to travel with no plan, and to just let his songs organically lead him round the world – and which concluded with a tumultuous climax.
High Strangeness is now on hiatus. It ran for 11 episodes during 2012 and all are available in the KGRA archives at http://www.kgraradio.com/free-archives/. I plan on returning at some point in the future. Individual episode details can be found on this site.
I host my ‘High Strangeness’ show at KGRA.
I aim to open up and invigorate the debate within ufology regarding what exactly these objects are and examine the true nature of experiences that people appear to have around them. Through my own research I’ve come to the conclusion that by ignoring high strangeness events that occur to ufo and close encounter witnesses, we could well be missing a vital part of the puzzle.
So let’s not just talk about ET’s and aliens – but also the synchronicities, symbology, dreams, psychic, paranormal, spiritual and other para-psychological phenomena that appear to relate to the ufo subject.
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