John Taylor’s “Stormy Monday” needs no accompaniment. The seasoned gospel singer’s bellowing voice can command a room with ease. It’s only after Taylor finishes singing that he’s introduced to audiences as an inmate
In this audio feature excerpted from the discussion, Che “Rhymefest” Smith, a GRAMMY and Oscar Award-winning hip-hop artist and activist from Chicago, gave powerful examples of a song’s ability to change history.
Have you ever wondered how a person in a community happens to become a good folk musician? After you’ve talked about this with a number of singers and instrumentalists, you find that the process is a fairly constant one