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Roger Davis Gatchet is an assistant professor of communication in the Department of Communication at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico, where he teaches courses in popular culture and rhetorical theory. In addition to his academic work on oral history and authenticity, Gatchet hosts the blues program “All These Blues” on public radio station KENW/KMTH-FM, is a contributing writer for Living Blues magazine. He also enjoys cooking and playing blues harmonica.
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