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Bill Harley

Bill Harley continues to be called “the Tag Twain of modern children’s music,” as well as the evaluation is apt. Harley’s music and stories trim to the center of everyday activity with a wide charm. Although he runs on the wide variety of styles in his music, from reggae to …

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Bob Franke

Bob Franke’s programs to become priest were altered by his decision to become vocalist/songwriter. But, within the years since, Franke’s tunes have continuing to reveal his deep-rooted religious commitments. While his acoustic melodies and poetic lyricism are linked with the vocalist/songwriter custom, his usage of Biblical imagery and Christian level …

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Si Kahn

The political balladry of Woody Guthrie, Tom Paxton, and Phil Ochs is reflected within the songs of North Carolina-based singer/songwriter Si Kahn. Although his like music are almost as effective, Kahn’s ideal strides attended along with his lyrical talks about the unemployed, the racially abused, the sexually harassed, as well …

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Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer

The children’s duo Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer began recording together in the past due ’80s and, almost immediately, their mixture of folk, blues, bluegrass, and pop — in conjunction with creative, intelligent, and non-patronizing lyrics — won them critical acclaim and dedicated fans. Their 1997 lullaby collection Blanket Filled …

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Guy Carawan

Music was an instrument of cultural modification for Man Carawan. Music movie director and tune leader from the Highlander Analysis and Education Middle in New Marketplace, Tennessee, Carawan regularly wove his musical abilities with his dedication to freedom as well as the advancement from the functioning class. Through the civil …

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The New St. George

Conceived from your English folk rock and roll scene from the ’60s that spawned Steeleye Course as well as the Fairport Convention and nurtured in the DC folkscene that offered the world Mary Chapin Carpenter, THE BRAND NEW St. George reaches once a appearance forward at where folk music is …

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Pentangle

Had been Pentangle a folk group, a folk-rock group, or a thing that resists classification? They could not be known as a rock and roll & roll work; they didn’t make use of electric instruments frequently, and had been constructed around two virtuoso guitarists, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, who …

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Howard Levy

b. 1960, USA. Playing music from an extremely early age group, Levy analyzed piano and music theory in the Manhattan College of Music for four years, after that studied pipe body organ for an additional 2 yrs. While going to Northwestern University or college, Evanston, Illinois, he was an associate …

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Jon Gailmor

A politics and environmental awareness is placed at the main from the songs by Vermont-based singer-songwriter Jon Gailmor. Nevertheless, his best music are targeted at the younger associates of his market. The host of the children’s music radio display, Simply Kiddin, broadcast by WDEV in Vermont since 1979, Gailmor provides …

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John McCutcheon

Known most effective for his prolific work in neuro-scientific children’s music, John McCutcheon provides consistently produced both quality children’s albums and folk albums because the early ’70s. McCutcheon is normally first of all an instrumentalist. Like a large number of others within the ’60s, McCutcheon, a Wisconsin indigenous, taught himself …

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