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December 11, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Dar Williams, Lucy Kaplansky and Richard Shindell discussed doing an album of their favorite folk songs, they weren't talking about stuff by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Sandy Denny or Phil Ochs. Nope, these East Coast singer-songwriters shared a vision of an entirely different sort. Their idea was to draw attention to songs by lesser-known but equally deserving folkies. That idea blossomed into the 12-song album "Cry Cry Cry," released in October on the New York-based indie-label Razor & Tie.
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February 25, 2002 | ROGER CATLIN, HARTFORD COURANT
Joan Baez is striking a familiar pose--helping introduce her audiences to new voices, just as she did 40 years ago, when the queen of the folk world boosted the career of a young Bob Dylan. "It's an adventure," says Baez, 61, who, after similar tours with Dar Williams and Eliza Carthy, is joined on a current tour of East Coast venues by newcomers Dave Carter and Tracy Grammar. Richard Shindell, who has toured with Baez before, rounds out the ensemble.
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February 25, 2002 | ROGER CATLIN, HARTFORD COURANT
Joan Baez is striking a familiar pose--helping introduce her audiences to new voices, just as she did 40 years ago, when the queen of the folk world boosted the career of a young Bob Dylan. "It's an adventure," says Baez, 61, who, after similar tours with Dar Williams and Eliza Carthy, is joined on a current tour of East Coast venues by newcomers Dave Carter and Tracy Grammar. Richard Shindell, who has toured with Baez before, rounds out the ensemble.
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December 11, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Dar Williams, Lucy Kaplansky and Richard Shindell discussed doing an album of their favorite folk songs, they weren't talking about stuff by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Sandy Denny or Phil Ochs. Nope, these East Coast singer-songwriters shared a vision of an entirely different sort. Their idea was to draw attention to songs by lesser-known but equally deserving folkies. That idea blossomed into the 12-song album "Cry Cry Cry," released in October on the New York-based indie-label Razor & Tie.
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October 8, 1998
* O Come, All Ye Faithful: Tickets go on sale Saturday for "Amy Grant Christmas," featuring the headliner, right, and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, along with guests Michael W. Smith and CeCe Winans, Dec. 19 at the Arrowhead Pond. . . . Depeche Mode has added a fourth Southland show, Dec. 22 at the Pond. Tickets are available now. . . . On sale today: Miles Hunt, Nov. 1 at the Troubadour; Buck-O-Nine, Nov. 6 at the Troubadour; and Archers of Loaf, Nov. 10-11 at the Troubadour. . . .
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December 12, 1998
Music * The Pacific Chorale Children's Choruses sing holiday selections at Calvary Church of Santa Ana, 1010 N. Tustin Ave. 4 p.m. today. Free. (714) 662-2345. * The Paul McNeff Singers & KidSingers present a holiday program at the Santa Ana High School Auditorium, 520 W. Walnut St. 7 tonight. $5-$10. (714) 525-7464. * The Cypress Masterworks Chorale, Camerata and Orchestra perform Handel's "Messiah" at the Cypress College Campus Theater, 9200 Valley View St. 7:30 tonight. $10-$14. Also 3 p.m.
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