A pioneer of contemporary folk music, Seeger inspired many activist singer-songwriters. With a career spanning over 70 years, Seeger was an activist himself, promoted political views that landed him in direct confrontations with the government, galvanized the folk movement and influenced icons including Bob Dylan.
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One of the most prestigious events held during Grammy Week, the MusiCares Person of the Year gala was held during Grammy Week on Friday, Jan. 24. While Carole King’s Grammy Award-winning debut album, Tapestry, was partially recorded within the walls of the Village, she has been a staple at the […]
The Recording Academy celebrated one of the most influential artists in music at The Village on Tuesday. The Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing focuses on the Preservation of Sound and Sound Quality, recognizing Neil Young this year for a Lifetime of Achievement. Young was all smiles as he told KCAL […]
Ed Cherney has held one of his private studios here at the Village for nearly a decade. Ed is a Grammy award winning Producer, Engineer, and all around great guy. Ed is especially known for his work with artists such as Iggy Pop, Bob Seger, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, […]
Whether or not you hail from Rockford, Illinois, Cheap Trick is sure to have captured your attention at one point or another. You may be the, “I Want You To Want Me” type who appreciates a good pop/rock anthem or perhaps you get down to the more metal influenced, “Gonna […]