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Sunday, March 20th, 2011 6:25 PM

New CD Available in April 2011!

Songs of Highlands, Islands and Home!

  1. We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar (3:37) (Trad., Newfoundland, Canadian)

  2. Mull of Kintyre (4:41) (McCartney, Scottish)

  3. Matchstick Men (4:13) (Colemen/Parrott, English)

  4. Rowan Tree (4:41) (Lady Carolina Nairne, Scottish)

  5. Men of Harlech (5:18) (Trad., Welsh)

  6. Kilkelly (7:29) (Peter Jones, Irish)

  7. The Holy Ground (3:58) (Trad., Irish)

  8. Bring Him Home (4:43) (Schönberg/Boublil/Kretzmer)

  9. Apples in the Sun (4:44) (C. Zahm)

  10. Dark Lochnagar (4:15) (Lord Byron, Scottish)

  11. Garten Mother’s Lullaby (4:26) (Hughes/Campbell, Irish)

  12. Nancy Whiskey (4:09) (Trad., Scottish)

  13. Last Farewell to Stirling (4:02) (Trad., Scottish)

  14. Rolling Home to Dear Old England (4:37) (Trad., English)

Saturday, November 8th, 2008 12:22 PM

CZ on You Tube

Confession: I don’t spend much time on the web on sites like YouTube, eBay, MySpace (in fact I am never on MySpace ), but I am happy to learn of ways these sites help “spread the music around” (to modify a phrase recently in the news). My friend Donna of New Jersey posted my singing “Dixie” at a library concert from two years ago and so far it has more than 110,000 views worldwide. That’s pretty cool! Who needs MySpace? Here is that particular link, but there are many more posted by her and others. Thanks Donna! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIeGOa1W-UY

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008 12:45 AM

Really Nice Article in Philadelphia Inquirer 5/3/08

Staff writer Art Carey wrote a very nice piece on me that appeared on the front page (yes the front page) of the biggest paper in the state---IN ALL EDITIONS, INCLUDING NEW JERSEY AND DELAWARE. He came over to the house for a couple of hours, asked every question you might think of, and put together a very thoughful piece---and it is rare that folk music makes the front page! Thanks to him, photographer Michael Wirtz, and the Philadelphia Inquirer editors for this very nice story!

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