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David D. Brown

David D. Brown is executive producer and host of the award-winning cultural journalism program Texas Music Matters at NPR affiliate KUT-FM in Austin. He is former anchor of the award-winning public radio business program Marketplace, and a veteran public radio journalist. He has reported national and international affairs for Monitor Radio from bases in Atlanta, Boston, London, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C.

Brown is currently completing his Ph.D. in Journalism at The University of Texas in Austin, and has been an active member of the California Bar since 2000.

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  • Cotton Mather (from left): Dana Myzer, Josh Gravelin, Whit Williams and Robert Harrison.
    Cotton Mather's 'Kontiki,' The Album That Won't Go Gently
    The 15-year-old album went out of print, but big-name fans pushed for a reissue and a reunion gig.
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