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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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