Author Archives: Bob Devine

About Bob Devine

Bob Devine grew up playing music and listening to his older brother's blues records through his bedroom wall. He taught Media and Social Change at Antioch College and served as the College's president from 1996-2001. Bob has been involved with community media since 1969 and in his time away from Antioch, led the startup of the Dallas, Milwaukee and Manhattan community access systems. He is the recipient of the Alliance for Community Media's George Stoney Award for Humanistic Communication, and a recipient of Antioch's J.D. Dawson award recognizing his contributions to the College. Bob lives in Yellow Springs, Ohio and is at work on a book on public discourse on Fox Nation.

Delmark Records 1965

Bob Devine delivers a taste of the mid-sixties Chicago blues scene, from epic nights at Theresa’s to packing records in a basement with some of the greatest blues musicians who ever lived. Continue reading

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