New Multitudes at Union Transfer

People‚Äôs eyes were opened to the truth steeped in deep and powerful music and words of Woodrow Wilson “Woody” Guthrie . He made his mark on so many by crafting his insightful views and experiences into folk songs using his machine that could kill fascism, a guitar. Now in 2012 as the country celebrates the anniversary of his 100th birthday another set of musicians paid tribute to the Dust Bowl Troubadour.
The full review is here on Jambase

Peep Jay Farrar, Anders Parker, Yim Yames and Will Johnson doing “Changing World” and “My Revolutionary Mind” at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer.

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