The Spring Explosion, 2020: Facebook Live Week of April 26, and New Music

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Spring does drive creativity, and on Wolfe Island, we are nurturing new work while watching out for those on the island at risk — making sure everybody has enough food in a time when many are isolated and others can’t work. Where we can, it feels like our best role is to try and inject some positivity into lives that …

He Won’t Roam – Clem Chesterfield

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“He Won’t Roam” Sing-a-Long Lyric Video with Clem & Samson RIP ♥️ The much meowed about tune now has a lyric video for everyone to sing along to! 🎶 Give Ol’ Samson his due! Meow!🐱 Written by Tim Sheffield and Performed by Clem Chesterfield

Nothin’ Ever Hurt Me (Half As Bad As Losing You) – The Mill Rights live at Zamfir 2019

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A Jamstone Productions presentation: The Mill•Rights – “Nothin’ Ever Hurt Me (Half As Bad As Losing You)” Live at Z.A.M.F.I.R. Music Festival June 14, 2019. Produced by George Broughton, Video by Céline Klein, Audio by Geoff Chown. Song: Written by Bobby Braddock and originally recorded by George Jones in 1973 at Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN for his album “Nothing Ever …

New Video and Music from Pros and Cons – the groundbreaking prison music program

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“Lost” from the album “Undisclosed Location” was recorded inside Grand Valley Institution for Women and performed and written by the inmates. This music video was shot on location inside the prison. We also present to you “Delicate Love,” a lead track from the collection about to be released from Joyceville Institution. The Pros and Cons prison music program continues to …

The Great Unknowing — Hugh Christopher Brown

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“The Great Unknowing” from Hugh Christopher Brown’s new release Pacem was inspired by his work making music in prisons. The track features Lloyd Ingraham on vocals, one of the first participants in the Pros and Cons program. Brown says, “Coming to terms with ourselves is a great challenge — particularly the ways you have harmed others or suffered yourself. Music is one of …

Blabber ‘n’ Smoke: Hadley McCall Thackston reviews

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“From the first flutterings of the opening song, Butterflies, to the closing Last Mountain Waltz the album springs, fully formed, from Miss Thackston’s imaginative mind and the excellent arrangement and production skills of Hugh Christopher Brown.” Read the whole article at Blabber ‘n’ Smoke: