Regardless of which party is in power, the House of Representatives is the house of the people.
If you need some music while your homebound, check out this week’s Sharp Notes Monday selection – Bob Dylan’s ‘Shelter from the Storm.’
The Jan. 6 committee cannot file criminal charges, but it can make accusations, which leads us to this week’s ‘Sharp Notes Monday’ selections.
To political candidates, we are not individual human beings; we are sets of data points,
Our sentiment, chosen for this week’s Sharp Notes Monday, is Chuck Berry’s ‘Back in the U.S.A.’
At a time of segregation in the U.S., Little Richard’s concerts and recordings attracted integrated audiences.
Dylan: ‘Mama, put my guns in the ground. I can’t shoot them anymore.’
‘Alice’s Restaurant’ is filed with humor, but it also provides an example of the connection between music and social justice.