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Amos will sing from her songbook, new and old, at Upper Darby’s Tower Theater on Saturday.
The enduring, fantastical legends—in some ways even more than his formidable songbook—have always seemed to set Bob Dylan apart from his contemporaries.
Her country roots run deep, but Carter’s personal songbook has leaned to pop and rock.
The 66-year-old singer, who passed away Monday, leaves a rock 'n' roll songbook that stayed dependably strong over decades of music-making.
The songbook, small enough to fit in the pocket of a pair of Levi’s, was compiled by an unsuccessful prospector named John A. Stone, who under the nom de plume Old Put, wrote many of the tunes.
Accompanied only by his guitar, Riabko delivers quiet, reflective takes on the pop songbook that helped define the 1960s and early 1970s.
More importantly, to your appreciation of Houston’s songbook.
In fact, there may be no one in the American songbook whose work did more to anticipate the tragicomic place the United States finds itself in today.
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First Known Use of songbook
before 12th century
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