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Sep
23

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At Farm Aid, The Seeds of Revolution

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Let it be said here that this was the day when we may look back on when the revolution was declared. Or as Neil Young said on the morning of Saturday, September 17, “The Better Food Revolution.”

Young appeared at his 31st Farm Aid like he was Mayor of the Earth, the planet’s five letters all in uppercase emblazoned EARTH on his black t-shirt. Young was decrying big agriculture for selling food that’s been degraded, taking a shot at Barack Obama. “Even your president supports it.”

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Nov
14

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Songwriters 4 Songwriters @ 3rd & Lindsley, Nashville, TN | November 10, 2015 – Review

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On Tuesday 10th November a plethora of singer-songwriters took to the stage at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TN in aid of the Pen Fund.

The family of Country Music Hall of Fame member and award-winning singer/songwriter Hank Cochran has launched The Pen Fund in his honour. In conjunction with the Nashville-based non-profit organization, The Nikki Mitchell Foundation, Hank’s widow Suzi Cochran and daughter Booth Calder hope The Pen Fund will aid songwriters with Pancreatic Cancer, support awareness, and further cutting-edge breakthroughs in research and development for the early detection and treatment of the disease. ~Taken from www.hankcochran.com/the-pen-fund/

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Nov
12

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Andrea Zonn & The Friends She’s Made Along The Way: The Buddy & Jim Show Recap

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Andrea Zonn remembers the first time she met Alison Krauss. She was ten and Alison was eight and the two were introduced at the Champaign Festival in Illinois. Growing up, the two tried to pick apart Emmylou Harris and Little River Band records during the Seventies.

“We’ve gotten in a lot of trouble over the years,” Zonn said with a sly laugh during her visit to the Buddy & Jim Show on Sirius XM Outlaw Country. On a day when Miller was recovering from a lack of sleep following a trip to San Francisco’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, Zonn came in to play songs from her new album Rise. It was released in late September on the independent label Compass Records which is owned and operated by Alison Brown and her husband. Zonn was accompanied on the show by guitarist and collaborator Tom Jutz.

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Nov
8

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‘Love The Coopers’ Soundtrack Album Includes Alison Krauss and Robert Plant

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FILM OPENS IN THEATERS EVERYWHERE NOVEMBER 13

REPUBLIC RECORDS will release the “Love the Coopers” Official Soundtrack Album. Capturing the Coopers’ holiday theme, the soundtrack includes the studio reunion of Robert Plant and Alison Krauss on their Christmas original “The Light of Christmas Day,” their first recording since 2009’s platinum-certified Grammy Award® Winner for “Album of the Year,” Raising Sand.  Otis Redding’s “Merry Christmas Baby,” Sixpence None the Richer’s “Carol of the Bells,” and also features seasonal classics from Bob Dylan, Nina Simone, and more.

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Nov
4

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Alison Krauss Joins Songwriters 4 Songwriters Ladies Night November 10

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Songwriters Jaida Dreyer, Shelly Fairchild, Bridgette Tatum, Trick Pony And The Likely Culprits (Featuring Melonie Cannon) Join Line-up That Includes Matraca Berg, Marla Cannon-Goodman, Kalisa Ewing and Erin Enderlin

 

Event sponsors are thrilled to announce that Alison Krauss will appear as a special guest of The Pen Fund: Inspired By Hank Cochran Presents Songwriters 4 Songwriters: Ladies’ Night show on Tuesday, November 10 at 3rd & Lindsley . Tickets are $20 online and $25 day of show; doors open at 6 p.m. and the music starts at 7:30 p.m.  “Hank always said that Alison was his favorite singer,” recalls Booth Calder Cochran, co-founder of The Pen Fund.“To have her join us in this fund-raising endeavor is absolutely humbling.”  For those who cannot attend the show, donations can be made directly to The Pen Fund at www.thepenfund.org or by logging on to your PayPal Account.

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