Bartees Strange

indie rock musician

Bartees Strange on KCRW

Before Bartees Strange became a musician, he worked on labor and climate movements. His new album, “Farm to Table,” focuses on the personal journey that shapes his genre-bending sound.

From ‘Farm to Table,’ Bartees Strange takes up political activism

Before Bartees Strange became a musician, he worked on labor and climate movements. His new album, “Farm to Table,” focuses on the personal journey that shapes his genre-bending sound.

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