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To help us all through these times, these cds are $5 (minimum 2 cds/$10

No Commercial Traffic (NCT) / And Then He Woke Up (TWU) / Into The Blue (ITB) / Recognition (R) / A Tale Of Two Americas (TTA) / After The War (ATW)

---Songs Of Freedom (SOF), Later That Night (LTN), Beginning Again (BA), or archival cds/dvs are $10 each. "Live In Germany" (DVD) is $10
All orders free shipping (USA only, for foreign addresses, add $15 for S&H).

Upcoming Live

September 15-October 20

Songwriting With Rod MacDonald
an interactive workshop
6 sessions  4-5:45 pm
Tuesdays 9/15, 22, 29; 10/6, 13, 20
limited to eight participants
email rodmacd@aol.com for details

Sunday, September 20  9 pm

Rod on facebook
live and free

Sunday, September 27  9 pm

Rod on facebook
live and free

Sunday, October 4   7 pm
  Greenwich Village Folk Festival
"A Gift To The Community"
Lineup will be posted soon
watch on GVFF website
or at www.facebook.com/GVFF2020
or on youtube
Concerts from
7/5, 8/2, 9/6, and 1993 are archived at www.GreenwichVillageFolkFestival.org


Tuesday, November 10   2:30 pm
Music Americana
Osher/FAU LLS/Jupiter
(Boca Raton canceled fall courses)

Concerts at Osher/FAU LLS/Jupiter
with Rod & The Humdingers:
December 2  7 pm:
Songs Of Ray Charles & Stevie Wonder
February 3  7 pm:
The Songs Of Bob Dylan
Advance tickets at (561) 799 - 8547 or click here


Rod MacDonald

A veteran of the Greenwich Village folk scene, Rod MacDonald’s happily ensconced in Delray and still manages to eke out a pretty good living with frequent touring and an ongoing series of master classes at FAU where he lectures on popular music.

Prior to relocating to these realms in 1995, MacDonald was a constant presence at many of New York’s most prestigious folk clubs, including Gerdes Folk City and the Bottom Line, and his level activity both here and abroad hasn’t faltered since.

Despite frequent overseas tours, he manages to make regular Florida appearances, not only under his own auspices, but also as part of his Dylan tribute band Big Brass Bed and in a traditional group setting with singer Tracy Sands. Their songs are devoted to social and political commentary; his “American Jerusalem” was hailed for its commentary about the contrast between the rich and the poor. It’s little wonder his material has been covered by the likes of Dave Van Ronk, Shawn Colvin, Jonathan Edwards, and the ubiquitous Four Bitchin’ Babes.

He can also claim ten solo albums and shared stages with Emmylou Harris, Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow, Richie Havens, Ani DiFranco, Odetta, Suzanne Vega, and the Violent Femmes. Whew! If you’ve never caught him in concert, keep a lookout. It’s only a matter of time before you find him playing in a pub near you.

By Lee Zimmerman, New Times

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