The Signal
2:24 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

The Signal: 2.14.14

Nepalese pop star Prem Raja Mahat, the pioneering women of The Roc-a-Jets, and an air travel confession from Ami Spencer...  

Prem Raja Mahat, at his home in northeast Baltimore
  Before Nepalese immigrant Prem Raja Mahat came to the US and opened up a restaurant in Baltimore, he was a pop-music sensation in India.  Aaron Henkin shares the story of Prem’s path from Nepalese superstar to American Everyman.
Prem Raja Mahat
Jan Morrison, Jo Kellum, and Edie Lippincott of the Roc-A-Jets
  The Roc-A-Jets sported pompadours and they made the ladies swoon… but these rockabilly idols weren’t guys.  We meet musicians Carla Mandley and Jo Kellum of The Roc-a-Jets, a band that trail-blazed the social scene for gay women in 1950s Charm City.
The Roc-a-Jets
    Ami Spencer shares a personal story about her secret travel anxiety - Flying with a Ghost
Ami Spencer, "Flying with a Ghost"

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