On January 23, 1970, Colorado folk legend Judy Collins was called to testify at the Chicago Seven conspiracy trial. She answered a question by singing the first line of Pete Seeger’s “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” a song of peace—and the judge forbade her to sing in his... » Judy Collins FEATURED On January 14, 1975, Joe Walsh earned a gold record for his third solo studio album, So What. Standout tracks included a remake of the Barnstorm track “Turn to Stone” and the haunting “Song For Emma,” written for Walsh’s daughter who had been killed in a car accident the... » Joe Walsh FEATURED Relive three amazing years in music in three volumes of interviews and images from the unrivaled archives of G. Brown. » Time Travel for Music Lovers FEATURED On January 12, 1980, the Dirt Band (the group had temporarily jettisoned the “Nitty Gritty” portion of its name) had a hit single with “An American Dream,” featuring a backing vocal from Linda Ronstadt. Jeff Hanna’s lead vocal, Jimmie Fadden’s signature harmonica part and other elements were recorded in... » Nitty Gritty Dirt Band FEATURED With her 2001 album Acoustic Soul, R&B singer India.Arie made one of the most notable debuts in music history, traveling down the trail blazed by like-minded soul sisters Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu and Jill Scott. The song “Video” from the CD became an anthem for many listeners with its... » India.Arie FEATURED

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