|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||ALL IN, DOWN AND OUT: The Great Depression in Song and Story|
|Program Description||The Great Depression inspired an amazing body of American popular and folk song. Woody Guthrie, Langston Hughes, Irving Berlin, Blind Alfred Reed, The Carter Family, E.Y. Harburg, Bessie Smith, and others gave us takes on many different aspects of the Depression. The songs are interwoven with readings from outstanding writers and wits of the day, as well as from ordinary working people. Stylistically authentic performances with piano and guitar.|
|Series||Art, Music and Dance; Conversations With the World|
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