National Public Radio’s long-running, popular music program, WORLD CAFÉ recently visited Denton, to check our groovy music scene for their series, “Sense of Place.” The show’s host, Raina Douris, and producer, Miguel Perez, spent an afternoon at Brave Combo World Headquarters, picking Jeff’s and my brains about what it’s like being Brave Combo and living in our fine, but rapidly changing, city. The show’s exploration involves several installments, beginning April 4th. I understand Friday, April 7th is Brave Combo Day. I don’t remember exactly what Jeff and I said, but I do know we had a great time. Raina and Miguel were fine human beings and did their research. So, you should listen and hear what brilliantly entertaining things Jeff and I said. WORLD CAFÉ is based out of NPR station, WXPN, in Philadelphia, and, coincidentally, Brave Combo has had the honor of performing at the station’s on-site venue, World Café Live, on a few occasions over the years. Here’s a link to listen. Tell your friends and family!