Bruce "Utah" Duncan Phillips (May 15, 1935 – May 23, 2008) was a labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and the "Golden Voice of the Great Southwest". He described the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action, self-identifying as an anarchist. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the World in his music, actions, and words.
Mimi Baez Fariña (born Margarita Mimi Baez, April 30, 1945 – July 18, 2001) was a singer-songwriter, and activist. She was the youngest of three daughters to a British mother, and Mexican physicist Albert Baez. She was sister of folk singer Joan Baez.
Richard George Fariña (March 8, 1937 – April 30, 1966) was an American writer and folksinger. He was a figure in both the counterculture scene of the early- to mid-sixties as well as the budding folk rock scene of the same era.
Rosalie Sorrels is an American folk singer-songwriter who resides in the mountains near Boise, Idaho. She began her public career as a singer and collector of traditional folksongs in the late 1950s. During the early 1960s she left her husband and began traveling and performing at music festivals and clubs throughout the United States. She and her five children traveled across the country as she worked to support her family and establish herself as a performer.
This is a discography for folk musician Rosalie Sorrels. It includes albums where she is the principal performer as well as tribute albums, retrospective albums, and compilation albums for a genre of music.
The Good Old Guard Gospel Singers are a bluegrass group from Garfield County, Colorado. Their music tends toward political satire. The four members of this band are Don Kaufman, Don Paine, April Paine, and Dustin Micheli. They also play in a group called the Last Minute Spring Band.