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On In Search of a Song this week: Peter Cooper (part 3)


This week we present the final part 3 of Jason Wilber’s interview with the prolific Nashville singer/songwriter/producer/music journalist/author Peter Cooper.

PETER COOPER

Peter Cooper

Jesse Lafser - Raised On The Plains - A Review

Singer-songwriter Jesse Lafser released her second album, Raised On the Plains in April 2015 (Two Jack Records).

The collection of songs has an authentic homespun vibe, heavily inspired by Lafser‘s travels and, as you move through the songs, it’s a little like being in the back seat for a road trip. 423 more words

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This week on In Search of a Song: Peter Cooper (Part 2)


This week we present part 2 of Jason Wilber’s interview with the prolific Nashville singer/songwriter/producer/music journalist/author Peter Cooper.
PETER COPER WEBSITE

Peter Cooper

In Search of a Song: Peter Cooper (part 1)


This week on In Search of a Song host Jason Wilber interviews Nashville singer/songwriter/music journalist Peter Cooper.
Peter has been a guest host on our show, and besides being one of the most trusted and loved music writers in Nashville, he is a great songwriter.

PETER COOPER WEBSITE

The Colorado Symphony: Hwang-Williams and Mäcelaru are Fantastic

Friday evening, April 17, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra gave yet another absolutely remarkable performance under the leadership of guest conductor, Cristian Mäcelaru. I will quote very briefly from the Philadelphia Orchestra’s bio statement of Mäcelaru where he is the Conductor-in-Residence: 1,389 more words

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Triumphant Plutocracy - Episode #3

An insiders view on how bankers, corporations, and lawyers took over the United States Government and became the “Rulers of America” during the Gilded Age.  Written with true authority by a man who had a front row seat for it all, R. 236 more words

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The rebirth of a composer to greatness: The Raven by William Hill

The performance Saturday evening, March 28, by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra was unsurpassed in many ways, and, the fact that the first and last works on the program involved the loss of a loved one made the program strangely coincidental. 1,601 more words

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