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Ear Hustle
Ear Hustle brings you the daily realities of life inside prison shared by those living it, and stories from the outside, post-incarceration. The podcast is a partnership between Nigel Poor, a Bay Area visual artist, and Earlonne Woods, formerly incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, and was co-founded with former San Quentin resident Antwan Williams. The Ear Hustle team works in the San Francisco Bay Area, both in San Quentin State Prison’s media lab and from offices on the outside, to produce stories that are sometimes difficult, often funny and always honest. Episodes offer a...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 23,813 ratings
All time favorite podcast
I’ve been listening to Ear Hustle from the beginning and it is my all time favorite podcast. It sets the standard for all others. Old episodes help me fall asleep as the familiar voices of Earlonne, Nigel, Antoine, etc are comforting to me.
marinabaycole via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/15/21
I need it. Now.
Reyoktam via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/07/21
What an episode.
Moved to tears listening to Charlie. Many thoughts and prayers for him. Another moving and impactful episode.
Nyhoffire via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/07/21
Recent Episodes
At Ear Hustle, we hear more from listeners about music than on almost any other topic. In response, we bring you the Ear Hustle Mixtape, including stories about an unlikely instrument that’s been showing up on the yard at San Quentin, Native American sweat lodges and music, and getting the band...
Published 10/06/21
We bring you stories about the ups and downs of making bail and the bittersweet taste of freedom when you know you’re about to lose it. Plus: Nigel confronts a man with no regrets, and Ear Hustle says goodbye to a friend of the show. As always, big thanks to Lt. Sam Robinson and Acting Warden Ron...
Published 09/22/21
August 21, 1971 was the deadliest day in San Quentin history, and it’s still a painful topic, both inside the prison and out. At the center of the story was a Black revolutionary named George Jackson. Who was he, and what makes him so controversial, even today? As always, big thanks to Lt. Sam...
Published 09/08/21
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