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Open Stage Radio Show
appears on The Open Stage
Award-winning songwriter Lynn Hollyfield,
is among the impressive line up of performers at the Sing Out for
Sandy Relief concert at the BlackRock Center for the Arts on January
12, 2013. In this interview, Michelle Murray will talk to Lynn about
her music and her involvement with this project, and she will also
interview the concert organizer, Donate Gardner.
To listen to the show, visit Michelle's
show page at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/The-Open-Stage.
All Open Stage shows are archived in a podcast library so if you
miss the show, you can listen any time after the show date.
The Open Stage is
a live, online radio show broadcast on Blogtalkradio.com and all
shows are archived in a podcast library. You can listen to all archived
shows and get updates on upcoming shows by visiting Michelle's show
page at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/The-Open-Stage. The Open Stage
is hosted by SAW Board Member Michelle Murray and features the best
of the Washington D.C./Baltimore area singer/songwriters, including
members of the Songwriter's Association of Washington. Past shows
have featured the Grammy-winning duo of Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer,
Daryl Davis, Jon Carroll, Laura Baron, Patty Reese, Dulcie Taylor,
Andrew McKnight, Jean Bayou, Tom Dews, and Bob Franke.
* Chatham Street, the duo of Christal and Peter Prout.
* The January 12, 2012 show featured Sherri
Robbins, aka the Funky Deva.
* The October 30, 2011 show included Sol Roots, Dumi Right, and
* The January 5, 2011 show featured Bob Franke.
* The October 11, 2010 show featured Sally Barris, Don Henry, and
* The July 6, 2010 show featured Les Hatley.
* The April 24, 2010 show featured Siobhan Quinn & Michael Bowers.
* The March 10, 2010 show featured Cathy Fink, Victoria Vox, and
* The February 8, 2010 show featured Cletus Kennelly and Lori Kelley.
* The January 25, 2010 show featured Margot MacDonald.
* The October 25, 2009 show featured Laura Baron, Sol Creech, Margot
MacDonald, and Talia Segal.
* The October 11, 2009 show featured King Lewman.
* The September 1, 2009 show featured Jon Carroll (of Mary Chapin
Carpenter and Starland Vocal Band fame)
* The August 30, 2009 show featured the Second Wind Bandits.
* The August 9, 2009 show featured Les Thompson.
* The July 26, 2009 show featured T. Edwin Doss.
* The May 21, 2009 show featured Daryl Davis.
* The March 1, 2009 show featured Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer.
* The February 8, 2009 show featured Patty Reese.
* The January 22, 2009 show featured Laura Baron.
* The January 18, 2009 show featured Dulcie Taylor.
* The January 2, 2009 show featured Jon Carroll
* The December 16, 2008 show featured Bumpkin Pie
* The December 10, 2008 show featured Joe Shade
* The November 30, 2008 show featured AtThisPoint
* The November 15, 2008 show featured Jon Carroll.
* The October 26, 2008 show featured SAW president Jean Bayou, and
SAW Member and singer/songwriter Tom Dews
* The October 8, 2008 show featured singer-songwriter Andrew McKnight.
You can listen to the shows through the player
below, or by visiting Michelle's show page at:
On October 27, 2009, 12
performers out of 250 were chosen to perform for the Smithsonian/SAW/BMI
here to see the photos.
Every third Saturday, in collaboration with Picker's Supply
Music Store, there will be a monthly “Songwriter's Jam”
from 2 – 5 p.m. Area songwriters are invited to attend. These
are not critique sessions; they are simply song sharing events that
can help songwriters network and to gain additional performing experience
in a friendly atmosphere. Advance notice not required; just show
up ready to share some songs.
Picker's Supply Concert Hall
902 Caroline St
For more information contact:
Square Artist Housing in Prince George's County, MD is accepting
applications for their new low-income housing for musicians, writers,
dancers, painters and actors. Includes music practice room, studio
space, computer room. See www.hiphomes.org or call Ava Kuo at 301-699-5099.
for Music People
assists music professionals in times of personal, medical, financial
and /or addictions crisis. For more info, visit www.grammy.com/musicares
or call the following regional toll-free numbers: West: 1-800-687-4227;
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