In this interview, Gordon shares the story of the white, country-loving brother and sister from rural Tennessee who started Stax Records and “wound up making some of the most soulful, swinging music that we still listen to today.”
I listened to this story yesterday on Morning Edition Saturday at WYPR, one of the NPR stations in Baltimore. The whole story is great, but the Otis Redding part was educational. Where else are you going to get rich stories like this? One of the many reasons why I am so thankful for public radio.