Sunday Mix: John Doyle

photo by Rob Hunt
John Doyle is a man who wears many hats. While pursuing his own personal creative endeavors with Iron Age Theater, he still manages to help others bring their own creative visions to life through teaching and helping to facilitate different events throughout Norristown. It was this generosity that allowed Walla Fest to come to fruition in the first place back in 2011 when the Walla Family were just a bunch of teenagers on the brink of finishing high school.  

During Walla Fest, you might see him zipping across the room with a camera in hand, manning the soundboard or playing with the stage lights but those are only a few of the roles he takes on in the production of the show.  He's there from start to finish and his presence is invaluable.  - Keba

Here's what he's got to say about this week's Sunday mix:

"When you have lived for a while, you get pretty eclectic musical taste..... It is always about the lyrics......says the literature teacher...and social justice!"  

Track List:

Who Does the Dishes after the Revolution - Wingnut Dishwashers Union
Sorrow - Bad Religion
Human Race - See You in Mexico
Excalibur - Dungeon Family
Oh, Susquehanna! - Defiance Ohio
Not About Love - She-Haw
Picking Up the Pieces - Blue October
Fire Down Below - Nick Cave
If I Ever Leave This World Alive - Flogging Molly
The Vision (Prod. Dmd610) - Rich Flow
Leaving Jesusland - NOFX
The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash
Gimme All Your Lovin' - Leningrad Cowboys
It Must Be Love - Madness
Fairytale Of New York - The Pogues
Your Racist Friend -They Might Be Giants
Christians and Pagans - Dar Williams