Cold War Conversations

Life in the underground Soviet music scene Part 3 (200)

September 18, 2021 Ian Sanders & Joanna Stingray Season 9 Episode 200
Cold War Conversations
Life in the underground Soviet music scene Part 3 (200)
Show Notes

We hear of Joanna's heartbreak when her visa is refused, preventing her from marrying Yuri.  However, using an ingenious method she manages an emotional reunion and eventual marriage as the Soviet Union begins to dissolve.

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Part one is here and part 2 here 

Joanna’s book, Red Wave written with her singer/songwriter daughter, Madison, includes Stingray’s extensive collection of photographs, artworks, and interviews with the musicians.

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