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Judy Collins

Seeger Fest!

by Jeremy Rainer
Durst Breneiser

I am deeply grateful to have known Pete Seeger.  I first met him after a concert (on my birthday) in 2001, and we did an hour-long interview for my high school newspaper.  In 2002 I organized a week-long event at my high school, Human Rights Week, and I asked Pete to give a concert.  I was amazed when he agreed to play; the concert was a complete success.  Since then, I went to see him perform every chance I'd get.  I saw him so frequently that he'd recognize me whenever we met - and I always made sure to meet him after a show.  I met Pete for

Judy Collins - Words and Music - 2012

by Dennis Elsas

As one of the most important figures to arise from the 60s folk revival, Judy Collins has shared the stage with all of the icons of the period (and had a few affairs to remember as well). With her remarkable voice, her new memoir Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life In Music, her latest album Bohemian, and an upcoming show at Town Hall on June 1st, Judy had a lot to talk about in her latest visit to FUV. I also took the opportunity to find out just why Stephen Stills wrote CSN's "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" for her.