The Nature of Truth

The nature of truth is a deeply personal perspective Songwriters share through the songs we write and the music we play with our fellow musicians.

The Nature of Truth is the title of a proposed series of broadcast radio programs featuring donations of music downloads and statements of support by recording artists willing to take a stand on environmental justice, human rights and freedom of speech.

We are here to support noncommercial radio stations because of the recurring threats to eliminate federal funding of public media.

We produce Community Digital Albums to generate new revenue for community and public radio stations.


Recording Artists

Our first episode features five recording artists who contributed music downloads to support Camp of the Sacred Stones.  Sihasin, Malcolm Holcolmbe, Jess Klein, Jared Tyler and Barbara K are also contributing to The Nature of Truth. 


Community Digital Albums

Community Digital Albums are public service projects for songwriters and recording artists. Proceeds from Community Digital Albums benefit both public radio stations and community organizations.

Broadcast Radio Programs

The Nature of Truth project is designed to produce one community digital album each month along with an accompanying series of four 28 minute radio programs featuring 5 artists and 7 minute radio shows featuring one artist.

The digital albums and radio shows are designed to establish constituency awareness of the project’s goals in a consistent and ever expanding manner.

The Nature of Truth radio programs have a three-fold purpose:

  • recordings artists provide music downloads, creating the basis of a new revenue stream to support noncommercial radio, public media and community organizations;
  • noncommercial radio stations and media organizations engage The Nature of Truth to develop a new revenue streams;
  • raising public awareness of our public airwaves role in fostering freedom of speech, cultural diversity, and supporting public media through the power of music. 


Producers of The Nature of Truth


Gerald Torres is a leading figure in critical race theory, environmental law and federal Indian Law. Currently Jane M.G. Foster Professor and Faculty Fellow at the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University, he previously served as the Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law and taught at The University of Minnesota Law School, where he served as Associate Dean. He is also a former president of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). Torres has served as deputy assistant attorney general for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and as counsel to then U.S. attorney general Janet Reno.


With a 30 year history as a songwriter and recording artist, Barbara K,  together with Wolfgang Pracht, a songwriter, musician and trusted advisor with multiple degrees in Anglistics (English Language and Literature), Germanistic (German Language and Literature), Pedagogics, Didactics, Sociology and Comparative Religion from Bonn University in Germany, have a 12 year history of developing community services that engage songwriters and recording artists in support of community organizations via Sparrows Wheel and Artists for Media Diversity.