Posts tagged with "WOODY GUTHRIE"

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview Paula Cole

Video & Web-Exclusive Interview Paula Cole
Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  PAULA COLE Video:  “God Bless the Child” Songwriters:  Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog, Jr. GRAMMY WINNER PAULA COLE ON HER NEW ALBUM, BALLADS, AND HER UPCOMING TOUR God Bless The Child – Paula Cole 2017 from AIA on Vimeo. Grammy winner, Lilith Fair star Paula Cole re-emerges with a stunning new album and a fresh perspective. Turning 50 in April 2018, Cole is reflective and grateful,... 

Video & Web Exclusive Interview Seth Glier

Video & Web Exclusive Interview Seth Glier
Photo credit; GMD Three VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  SETH GLIER Video:  “Sunshine” Seth Glier’s video “Sunshine” from new studio album Birds Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Seth Glier’s studio album Birds is out now. The collection of insightful and well-crafted songs includes standout tracks “Sunshine,” “Water on Fire,” and the timely socially-conscious cover “For What It’s Worth.” To celebrate... 

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE: HONEY WEST

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE: HONEY WEST
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band: HONEY WEST Musician:  TED ZURKOWSKI Music Video: “Dementia” Directed: Maxwell McDonald New Video “Dementia” from Honey West, featuring Foreigner & King Crimson co-founder Ian McDonald   Honey West is what happens when a British rock giant and an acclaimed member of New York’s acting community walk into a recording studio and produce an album of original songs. Multi-instrumentalist... 

SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME

SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME
SONGWRITERS HALL OF FAME 43rd Annual Induction Ceremony & Awards Presentation Thursday, June 14th, 2012 New York Marriot Marquis, Broadway at 45th Street, New York City    Read More →

FOLK FORWARD – ESSENTIAL FOLK

FOLK FORWARD – ESSENTIAL FOLK
FOLK FORWARD – ESSENTIAL FOLK DUST BOWL BALLADS (1940)  WOODY GUTHRIE  In a whirl of autobiography and activism, Guthrie reinvents American song. The Oklahoma native recorded this 1940 gem in two days, laying the groundwork for thousands of guitar-strumming followers. These are dusty, hard-bitten ballads that somehow gleam and soar more than 70 years after their creation. THE FREEWHEELIN’ BOB DYLAN (1963)  BOB DYLAN The folk bard’s... 
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