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Beverly Glenn-Copeland sings in concert. Image: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | Veteran musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland has been discovered by a whole new generation of listeners, who, 40 years later, continue to find his work innovative.
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J. Baglow | Something was happening. And Mr. Jones finally figured out what it was.
Book Review
Jessica Rose | Step into the family history of Canadian music trio Kate, Anna and Jane McGarrigle and explore quirky family characters and the ever-present influence of music.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Pete Seeger, who died this week at 94, embodied a radical version of alternative culture. He was alt as an artist because of how he did it: in total interaction with his audience.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Pete Seeger sang truth to power through the epic struggles of most of the last century, for social justice, for civil rights, for workers, for the environment and for peace.
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rabble staff | Activist and folk singer Pete Seeger has died at the age of 94. Seeger was well known for his Grammy award-winning music and commitment to progressive causes.
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Nadine Bloch | Toshi Seeger, wife of folk singer and activist Pete Seeger, is gone. With her passing on July 9 has come a flurry of public accolades long overdue.
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Raffi Cavoukian | Pete Seeger was the king of sing-alongs, a master at prompting audience participation. He didn't just expect it, he asked for it. Demanded it.
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Raffi | On March 26, award-winning singer/songwriter Raffi offers something new: a song celebrating hockey!
Podcast
The F Word | This weekend is the 34th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival! Check out some of the awesome music featured at one of Vancouver's favorite summer events.
Podcast
Nicola Ross, Mark Brooks, Sarah Harmer, Greg Brown, Marcia Ruby, John Timmins | The Alternatives Podcast returns with issue 37.4, featuring exclusive interviews with Sarah Harmer, Greg Brown, as well as the story of Greenpeace's Amchitka CD from producer John Timmins.
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Mordecai Briemberg | This Vancouver-based community choir is celebrating their 10th anniversary this month. We speak with conductor Earle Peach and long-time choir member Bob Rosen.