Tue, 14 March 2017
We chat with Performer/Singer/Songwriter George Woods about his family’s musical legacy – his grandfather Harry Woods, who came up in the Tin Pan Alley era and wrote some the most popular songs in American history - “Red Red Robin” “Try a Little Tenderness” and “Side by Side” to name a few and his father who produced records for 60’s artists like Dave Van Ronk and more. We discuss how it compares to the business today, the changing platforms for releasing music and George’s upcoming album.
Let's Put it Off Artwork Photo by Caroline Alden
Jenee Halstead www.jeneehalstead.com
Danielle Miraglia www.daniellem.com
Sun, 5 March 2017
Great chat with Boston Globe Music Critic turned Rocker Joan Anderman about taking the leap and starting a rock band at 50, the current state of the business and more...
Joan Anderman is a musician and a writer. Originally from Los Angeles, she worked for many years as pop music critic at the Boston Globe before leaving to launch Middle Mojo (middlemojo.com), a project exploring creativity and aging. Her band Field Day (fielddaymusic.com) plays frequently in Boston, Cambridge and beyond.
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