By Jordan Weinstein
The legendary folk singer will participate in a Storytellers benefit this week at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge. She talked with WGBH about her new memoir, Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life in Music.
By Jared Bowen
A new documentary film, For the Love of the Music, charts the evolution of Club 47 from a Jazz oasis to a launching pad for the American folk music revival.(Photo: facebook.com/Club47Film)
By NPR Staff
Singer-songwriter Carole King started young: She was just 15 when she founded a doo-wop group with her high school classmates. The act never took off, but King eventually became one of the biggest-selling artists of all time. She tells the story of her career so far in a new memoir, A Natural Woman.
By Annie Shreffler
The Chieftains performed live this week in WGBH's Fraser Studio as part of their 50th anniversary world tour. And WGBH's own Brian O'Donovan hosts a live St. Patrick's Day Celtic Sojourn event.
The story of the American civil rights movement is told through its powerful music -- the freedom songs that protesters sang on picket lines, in mass meetings, in police wagons, and in jail cells as they fought for justice and equality.
When I was a little girl my friends and I dreamed one day our Fairy Godmother would appear, wave her magic wand, and turn us into Cinderella. That never happened – alas – but along the way to living my life the Food Fairy appeared, sprinkled me with oregano, and said, “Henceforth, you shall be known
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