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One wonders what he’d be thinking now.Click on the link here for Audio Player – Phil Ochs, in
Americana Extravaganza by Mike Greenblatt , December 18, 2013 Cobalt (Ellersoul/City Hall) by Holland K. Smith is free-wheeling, totally satisfying rockin' blues with nods to soul, jazz and even Latin (complete with sax and extra percussion).
Neil Young wryly asked the crowd of about 600 who attended the annual concert benefiting the Silverlake Conservatory. He followed a set by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing for a crowd who'd paid a minimum of $2,000 a seat to attend the event in the
His father, Happy Traum, was a Greenwich Village folk music icon, who recorded with Pete Seeger, Phil Ochs and Bob Dylan. The younger Traum is a chip off the old block, yet he definitely puts his own stamp on roots music. The vocalist-guitarist's mix
Follow share this story Just days after he married Hilaria Thomas, when he could have been in some exotic place on honeymoon, Alec Baldwin, taking his Hamptons International Film Festival duties very seriously, took the stage at East Hampton's Guild
Subtitled Vanguard Records and the 1960s Musical Revolution, this is an 83-track box set that tells the story of one of America's bravest record labels. Founded by the brothers Seymour and Maynard Solomon , who were remarkable for their eclectic
Frank and Ellen Remai Arts Centre When: Tonight through May 6 Tickets: $23-$37 Box office: 384-7727 or persephonetheatre.org No one really knows how Hank Williams died. His body was found in the back of his Cadillac, en route to a show in Ohio.
Follow share this story Patriotism and protest -- inexorably bound and oftentimes indistinguishable -- have always had their say through music. What is it Good For?"), and now our latest struggle -- the 1% vs. the 99%. Without needing to think of it,
The Wall Street Journal Anthropologist Elinor Ochs and her colleagues at the University of California, Los Angeles have studied family life as far away as Samoa and the Peruvian Amazon region, but for the last decade they have focused on a society
Veiled messages of resistance to slavery ran through the lyrics of many Negro spirituals, and more than a century later some were revamped with less-subtle messages to help lift the spirits of civil rights activists during protest marches, sit-ins,