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Thomas Hood has been involved in music and sound recording since childhood, making wire recordings with his father, a jazz guitar player with the Charlie Barnet Band.
Now a multi instrumentalist playing 6 and 12 string guitars, electric guitars, basses and keyboards, he is an independent music and radio producer. In 1985 he established Hood's Woods Music, a private music recording studio.
As a radio producer and programmer since 1968, he has extensive experience in public radio, having spent time at KPFT FM, KAOS FM, WLNV FM, KBOO FM and KMUN FM.
Specializing in remote field recording, he was a sound designer for the Janus Professional Sound Library. He has also worked with the Oregon Historical Society, providing audio restoration services for their "Portland" exhibits.
He has produced independent radio documentaries, such as “God is Dead”, focusing on controversial timber cutting practices on the public lands of Oregon.
He is co-producer and co-host of the
The Traveling Radio Show , a wacky, off-beat public radio travelogue.
I'm proud to be a KBOO volunteer & member, supporting community radio and striving to give a voice to the voiceless!
I, Samantha King (Etsi Yona)-Tsalagi-Cherokee, from Oklahoma, co-host "Tillicum Wawa" with Eugene and Shusli, Louis and Mike. I co-hosted "Indian World" for 22 years with John Talley -Mohawk, New York, who has since passed to the Great One in March 2012.
We are trying to bring you , our listener, up to date Native news and events that you cannot find aired on the three big networks. We also include Powwow announcements, event announcements and any announcements from you-our listeners, that pertain to the Native American community. And we pay plenty of traditional and modern Native American music-from all over the US, Hawaii and So and Central America.
Please feel free to contact us at WWW.KBOO.FM- click onto "Programs", go click onto "Tillicum Wawa, then click on "Add a new comment" and we will receive it and respond to it, asap.
We also welcome people to come into the studio if they chose to make an announcement or to be interviewed about any subject requarding the Native nations.