- CBU folklore professor adds to collection of songs about steel
- One McInnis song from that era, Trampin' Down the Highway, has been given a blues treatment by Cape Breton artist Angelo Spinazzola. Another of McInnis's compositions, Steel Workers Lament, was recorded by the young Cape Breton recording artist ...
- Berkeley, A Look Back: Marian Anderson sings at UC on Lincoln's Birthday in 1941
- Backtracking a week or so in history, here's an event I overlooked for last week's column. Seventy-five years ago, Feb. 12, 1941, Marian Anderson sang to a capacity crowd at the Men's Gymnasium (now Haas Pavilion) on the UC Berkeley campus.
- Family Folk
- The album showcases familiar tunes, including “Trampin,” “See See Rider,” and “Honky Tonkin',” as well as lesser-known ones such as “Blues de Basile” and “Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy.” Where many of the field recordings are single voices, or a group of ...
- Listening to Patti Smith: 'Trampin'' (2004)
- On "Trampin'" (2004), her ninth studio album (and first for Columbia after leaving Arista), Patti Smith is a preacher, a mother, a biographer and a musical war correspondent.
- A few minutes with ... a woman who vowed to save a dog
- Three weeks ago, a one-eyed yellow dog named Perry bolted out of a car parked near the exit for Grange Hall Road near Mt. Holly on I-75. That was unfortunate.
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