Self described as the real-life love child of Miss Frizzle & Buckaroo Banzai, Alison Earnhart is quite the character. Serving as member of Honk!TX, an annual New Orleans style brass band music fest in Austin, TX, she has helped in bringing a whole new level of excitement in the live music capital of the world. When she’s not jamming out in one of the many brass bands she’s in, you can find her at the Liberal Arts & Science Academy inspiring young minds of the wonders of the universe in her astronomy course, and working on hands on projects in her engineering courses. Alison is a true renaissance woman.
In Everyday Superhumans season two opener, Kyle and Caroline sit down with Alison and chat about what exactly Honk! is, the importance of both the arts and sciences in education, and how anyone can go and find their passion. This episode is well worth the wait!
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Opening Theme – Take a Chance Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Closing Theme – “Door to Door” by Alex Allen