“Broadsides” date from Shakespearean times…a sheet of paper sold in the streets upon which songwriters published their songs of murder, adultery, intrigue, shipwrecks and tragedies.  Broadside Magazine began in 1962 as a fledgling topical song magazine published on a discarded mimeograph machine formerly owned by the American Labor Party from a small apartment in New York City.  Original contributors included Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Peter LaFarge and of course this week’s Birthday Boy, Pete Seeger.  This week’s Tasty Brew Edition of Your Tuesday Morning Buzz will highlight wonderful songs by Pete Seeger and brand NEW music from the likes of American treasures Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Carlene Carter and Rodney Crowell.  Make plans to finish up your week by joining us on Friday, May 2 at 7:30 pm at the Unity Temple on the Plaza for Pete Seeger’s 95th Birthday Bash!

ON Your Morning Buzz: Tuesday | April 29, 2014 | 6:00 am

Introducing Broadside Magazine and that Pete Seeger Kid

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“Broadsides” date from Shakespearean times…a sheet of paper sold in the streets upon which songwriters published their songs of murder, adultery, intrigue, shipwrecks and tragedies.  Broadside Magazine began in 1962 as a fledgling topical song magazine published on a discarded mimeograph machine formerly owned by the American Labor Party from a small apartment in New York City.  Original contributors included Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Peter LaFarge and of course this week’s Birthday Boy, Pete Seeger.  This week’s Tasty Brew Edition of Your Tuesday Morning Buzz will highlight wonderful songs by Pete Seeger and brand NEW music from the likes of American treasures Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Carlene Carter and Rodney Crowell.  Make plans to finish up your week by joining us on Friday, May 2 at 7:30 pm at the Unity Temple on the Plaza for Pete Seeger’s 95th Birthday Bash!

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