Stuart Davis is all about the hyphens: Writer-Director-Actor-Comedian-Songwriter. Naturally, Stu's debut television series Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll allows him to play in myriad ways. His day job has always been rock 'n roll. Having performed thousands of shows and released 14 albums, Davis is a pillar of the showbiz carnival. But in the past few years he's been branching out into other forms of fun. Combining original songs, comedy sketches, and monologues, Stu's TV show is a mosaic of mediums that suits his multi-faceted passion.
The Voynich manuscript is an illustrated codex hand-written in an unknown system that dates back to the early 15th century. To this day, no one has succeeded in deciphering the text. Spiritual artist and musician Stuart Davis and Professor of Linguistics Stephen Bax joined George Knapp to discuss the mystery behind the manuscript. In the first hour, ethno-pharmacologist Dennis McKenna talked about the upcoming Psymposium conference which explores the science, culture, and music of the psychedelic experience, and researcher and filmmaker Suzanne Taylor revealed controversies with the TED Talks program. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Historian and President of Washington Grove Institute, a think tank in Washington D.C, Webster Tarpley, discussed the conspiratorial mindset, and shared his intriguing analysis of current geopolitical and historical situations. More and more people are turning toward conspiracies because the "official story" behind such events as 9-11 and the JFK assassination are unbelievable or fantastic. First hour guest, songwriter and spiritual artist, Stuart Davis, discussed spiritual awakenings, and why he's chosen to write songs about UFOs, alien abduction, and other unusual topics. ... More »Host: George Noory