|Name||Ms. Jane Voss & Hoyle Osborne|
|Address||122 North Mesa Verde Ave.
Aztec, NM 87410
|Biographical Info||Jane Voss & Hoyle Osborne perform historic American folk and popular music with verve and authenticity. Their historical concert-lectures include 1912: A Musical Snapshot of America in the Year New Mexico Became a State, The Ragtime Century, and I Want to Be Bad: The Flapper and Her Song. Voss & Osborne have appeared at music festivals, in concerts, and at schools, colleges, and museums all across North America.|
|Program Title||I WANT TO BE BAD: The Flapper and Her Song|
|Program Description||Singer Jane Voss and pianist Hoyle Osborne give vivid, historically authentic readings of the songs of the women of the 1920s, the New Women, popularly known as "flappers." These fascinating and witty songs are remarkable artifacts of one of the greatest cultural shifts in American history, when women were establishing new roles for themselves and challenging conventions about costume, behavior, employment, sexuality, and expression. Quotations from journalists, poets, and the singers themselves complement the songs.|
|Series||Art, Music and Dance; Conversations With the World|
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