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get-together & house concert for Rogers Park Neighborsfor Public Schools
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session for clinicians on use of music and the visual arts in treating children and adolescents with Trauma disorders Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
4115 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago 8-10:30 p.m.
Sounds Like: Joan Baez, La Reina de la Trova-Mercedes Sosa, Ronnie Gilbert, Gillian Welch, emma's revolution
Bio: " An exercise in grace and beauty": Steve Thorpe, Rapid City Journal says of Lin's Chicago Country CD album.
" Her highly expressive voice runs the gamut from grab-your heart to the comic." Steve Thorpe
" Linda doesn't just sing a song, she tells our stories" and " When Linda sings in Spa...See Full Bio
Linda Boyle has a show on 03/29/2014 at 04:00 PM @ Michigan C... in Michigan City, IN http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/270739728 #concert
“Enjoy folk, people's music? Want to support folk musicians, song writers who work for social justice? Linda Boyle is set to release her CD "Brave Songs" this spring. This is a collection of songs about those who work and sacrifice for peace and a more just world. 100 free CDs will be given to interested schools, libraries and community organizations. Brave Songs' title comes from Chilean singer-activist's Victor Jara's words " Brave songs for a new day." The CD will include mostly original songs in English and Spanish, with a few in other languages: Urdu, Arabic, Swahili, and Hindi. "Goin to the Fertile Crescent" by Teresa Kubasak, Usbuhna il- Asalaam/Tomorrow, Peace by Boyle, and two corridos by Linda: ( for Amnesty International) "Corrido de Atenco: Mariposa, Mariposa" and "La Casita," a song for a Chicago, are among the titles. Listen to some of these songs on Reverb, iTunes, Amazon.”