- uploaded: Feb 28, 2012
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ArtBell.com webmaster Keith Rowland interviews Art shortly before he returned to the airwaves in January of 2001 after a nearly year-long hiatus due to a family crisis (namely a serious incident involving his son).
The interview focuses on Art's return to the airwaves, what he'd been doing during the hiatus and his thoughts on the show without him. This is taken from an audio file made available on the Art Bell Commemorative CD-ROM, which Keith Rowland is still selling here:
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