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Musician and Actor John Doe.

Punk rocker and now actor John Doe of the soon to be reunited band, "X." Since the band broke up, he went solo with his own album, and took up acting. He's now starring in a new independent film, "Roadside Prophets," written and directed by Abbe Wool, who co-wrote the punk rock movie, "Sid & Nancy."


Other segments from the episode on March 25, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 25, 1992: Interview with Adam Ulam; Review of Dave Burrell and Anthony Braxton albums; Interview with John Doe; Review of the television show "Nickelodeon Special…


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