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Jun 29, 2020

Musician, producer, artist, and writer King Khan has led a life worth its own series of comic books. From dealing with discrimination in Canada as a kid and finding power in punk rock and psychedelic music, to being part of The Shrines, playing as part of Sun Ra's Arkestra, hanging out with Lou Reed and having Jodorowsky as his teacher and collaborator.

On this episode of Red Transmissions Podcast, King Khan shares his story, tribulations and life lessons, creative process and current projects, and speaks in detail of the Black Power Tarot he developed with artist Michael Eaton, as well as the record Let Me Hang You with none other than William S. Borroughs. 

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