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New Houston Folk Music Archive Collections

Two more collections are available for research from the Houston Folk Music Archive.

Lucille Borella collection

In the late 1960s, Bill and Lucille Cade formed a folk duo. 405 more words

Houston

Man's Family Asks DA To Reopen Investigation Into His Death

DENVER (AP) — The family of a homeless street preacher who died while being restrained in a Denver jail is asking the district attorney to reopen a criminal investigation into his death. 109 more words

News

Miami University Regionals Artist Series for 2017-18

Miami University will be presenting 4 shows for the upcoming season with 2 shows at each of the Regional Campuses in Hamilton and Middletown.

Middletown Shows: 307 more words

Thursday, February 16th

ONE IF YOU DON’T ALREADY KNOW IT…
Song Exploder is rather great, featuring as it does musicians talking about how something they’ve made actually came together. 1,715 more words

Weekly Roundup

ALL FOR THE SAKE OF THE SONG, PART I: Favorite Albums of 2016, 40-11

What the pundit class missed, the creative class saw a mile away: These days are perilous, and any one of them could easily be the last. 1,582 more words

Bob Dylan

Carrie Rodriguez and The Golden Era of Mexican Music.

Texan Carrie Rodriguez first came to most folks’ attention when she teamed up with Chip Taylor back in the early noughties, the pair recording four albums together. 2,098 more words

Interviews

Chip Taylor. Little Brothers. Train Wreck Records

Where do you start with Chip Taylor? Well. First off he’s one of the headliners at this week’s Glasgow Americana Festival playing Friday at the Classic Grand. 599 more words

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