Truth and Justice Musical Artist Vic Sadot _on Backstage

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On Backstage: Teri Perticone interviews Truth and Justice
Musical Artist Vic Sadot

Vic Sadot
Vic Sadot has the hit tunes Are You A Citizen, Ride the Wind, Cheney’s in the Bunker, The Ballad of William Rodriguez, Blowback or Bloody Treason, I’m Coming Home, Reve de Soulard, Tous Les Ton Son, Bourbon Street and The Nightmare of New Orleans now all playing on No Lies Radio. See his website here.Vic Sadot will release a new CD titled “Truth Troubadour” in a few weeks. See this link:

October 13, 2018 Vic Sadot, “Truth Troubadour” passed on 10/06/2018. This is my 1st interview on Backstage with Vic from 2008. He came to Berkeley in 2008 to join the 9/11 Truth Movement in San Francisco Bay Area and Berkeley from Delaware. He was our 1st listener at No Lies Radio, our 1st musical artist and my 1st Backstage interview. Here’s the original interview with our #1 fan Vic Sadot. RIP Vic and thanks for being a fan, a musical artist and colleague.

On Saturday October 6, Vic was supposed to show up at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, California with musical equipment for the “Was the 2016 Election Stolen?” event. When he failed to make it, a friend and colleague drove to his apartment, knocked on his door, and received no response. It took almost two hours to find a building manager to open the door. When they entered the apartment, “Vic appeared to have pushed his chair back from his computer table and then slumped down onto the floor.”

Vic Sadot was the former Chair of the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian-Universalists. He was also an intensely committed 9/11 truth activist who infused his music with humor and outrage. He will be long remembered by the truth community and his music lives on.

Tribute to Truth Troubadour Vic Sadot RIP 10/06/2018
I Am The Face Of

Vic Sadot in Concert on 9/11/16 in Historic Fellowship Hall to present a musical memorial of “Truth & Justice Love Songs” for the 15th anniversary of the false flag tragedy and the unsolved crimes of 9/11 and the Anthrax Attacks. This is one segment in which Vic reflects on meeting David Slesinger at the DC Truth Emergency Convergence at American University from July 22-24, 2005. It was David’s suggestion that Vic call William Rodriguez to write a song about the janitor turned rescue hero, then the patriot turned truth and justice seeker. The event was sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists. Violin by Eric Golub.


Berkeley Fellowship Of Unitarian Universalists (BFUU)

This Saturday 5:30-10 pm 10/13/2018 celebrate the life of our beloved former Social Justice Committee chair,
truth teller VICTOR SADOT

REDWOOD GARDENS Community Room, 2951 Derby St. in southeast Berkeley.

You need not come on time and stay the entire time. Friends will come and go. Schedule:
5:30 gather
6pm potluck
7pm circle up and share
8 to 10pm informal open mic w/ music, poetry, and shared memories.

Posted by Teri Perticone for No Lies Radio Music


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