Willie Nelson, Branford Marsalis, Hilton Als
Saturday, April 27, 2002
We look at the artists who inspire other artists. Kurt Andersen and New Yorker writer Hilton Als talk about the work of the unknown and famous artists who help other people create. We find two good examples in the "deep listening" of experimental composer Pauline Oliveros, and the avant-garde films of Jay Rosenblatt. We also hear from Branford Marsalis, Sharon Olds, Bill T. Jones, and Willie Nelson about the people whom they consider their "artist's artist."