This is the third of three episodes produced from the 2009 Woody Guthrie Birthday Bash, held at The Bowery Poetry Club in Greenwich Village, NYC, on Sunday, July 12.The program features Gina Tlamsa, Robin Greenstein, Steve Suffet, and myself. These Woody celebration shows that Steve Suffet produces every July have taken on a family outing and singalong life of their own, and has become a show that both invited artists and the audience look forward to.Stay tuned to www.singfreedom.org during the year for information about the tenth Woody Guthrie Birthday Bash in 2010. peace, music and Faith,Joel Landywww.singfreedom.org
Songs of Freedom is an award-winning television program that celebrates the dignity of human struggle. It is a place where artists and activists are invited to share their work and their vision. The first Songs of Freedom cablecast was seen in Manhattan in July of 1996. Since that time more than 300 episodes have been seen in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and Brooklyn.The show is now seen on the internet too. Manhattan and Brooklyn both stream Songs of Freedom. To find out when Songs of Freedom can be seen where you live, go to the show's website, www.singfreedom.org.