Articles and Interviews
Kinky Friedman spends a lot of his time these days rescuing stray dogs from the pound. Now he's spending some time trying to rescue his musical oeuvre from a similar fate. "Pearls In The Snow: The Songs of Kinky Friedman," released on his own Kinkajou label, is the vehicle by which "The Kinkster," as he often calls himself, hopes that 25 years worth of brilliantly acerbic and often poignant songwriting will finally find an audience. The album features a number of talented, mostly cult figure, artists interpreting a wide range of Friedman's songs. He talks to us from his Texas home, often interrupted by various canines milling around. ...