1. Pete on the Street #8

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    Original Air Date: 1/15/2015 Guest: Mike Higgins (Folk Singer) PETE ON THE STREET - Produced and hosted by Peter G. Mozzone, who for two seasons contributed short segments titled PETE ON THE STREET to another TCAM-TV show, THE RIGHT SIDE TV, in which he had a significant hand in developing, until October of 2014, when it became time to 'Spin-Off' to this 30 minute offering. The program features primarily "On Location" Segments, but on occasion, a "Special" is produced 'In-Studio' as was the case with the "Ayla Brown Pride of America Tour", which featured an interview and music by Ms. Brown who is a fast rising country music star and former finalist on "American Idol". PETE ON THE STREET offers a rotating variety of segments such as "Thank You For Your Service" which features interviews with veterans and active service military, "Dead Tour" where the graves of the famous or obscure are visited and a biography explains what the person did while above the grass, and "What's Cooking At Sugar Mountain" where Pete brings you into his kitchen for interesting cooking demonstrations. You may contact "Pete" directly at Peter.Mozzone@Verizon.net. and learn more about the show at www.Facebook.com/PGMozzone PETE ON THE STREET airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m., Fridays at 5 p.m. Sundays at 1:30 pm and Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m

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    • Kelly Bosworth - Debut Album Kickstarter Video

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      In the summer of 2014, my friend Kelly Bosworth asked me to help her create a video to crowdfund her debut album. Her campaign went live on August 5th and had more than doubled its original goal by the time it ended. That's pretty much all due to Kelly—who is not only immensely talented but also one of the best humans I've ever known—but I could not be prouder to have helped! Her album is wonderful and you should buy it: http://kellybosworth.com/

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      • singer leah wray smith

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        Hi here is a song from our new album . Jim and i have worked for ages on it , there is more to come .....Leah I could do with some help and advice RE: which camera to use and the best way to get the sound rite with the video. i would like to record video and sound straight to a recorder.

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        • Week For Peace 2014, Pete Morton Live

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          As part of the Week For Peace event, folk singer and guitarist Pete Morton provided some enjoyable folk songs at the Hand and Heart on Derby Road, Nottingham, Monday 22nd September. Here's a few snippets from his 2 hour set, including his song about Ghandi, "Disobedience".

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          • Woody Guthrie, New Yorker

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            The celebrated folk singer spent 27 years in New York. Two of his grandchildren, Anna Canoni and Cole Rotante, visit some of the New York locations where he lived. Produced by: Kassie Bracken and John Woo Click here to follow us: vimeo.com/newyorktimes Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

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            • Shaeah and Theda From My Heart Video Remix

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              Shaeah and Theda in an evening of inspiration and celebration at the Cortes Cafe.

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              • Theda Phoenix Improv Song

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                "From My Heart to Yours" Book Launch and CD Release Sept 12th Cortes Cafe, Cortes Island BC Music: Theda Phoenix thedaphoenix.com Reading: Shaeah Love

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                • Meet Becky Brine

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                  from Rodney Willett Added 9 1 0

                  Down here (in the South Hams of South Devon in the west country of England) we have many great entertainers. Becky is one such.

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                  • Travels With Claude

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                    Travels with Claude (1995) -The music and ideas of folk singer Robert Hoyt In his fourth full length film, Paul Bonesteel documented Earth Week 1995, profiling folk singer and environmental activist, Robert Hoyt. In a journey that takes Robert and his orange tabby, Claude, from Chicago to Detroit and many points in between, Travels with Claude chronicles the music, ideas and environmental philosophies that make Robert an unabashed troubadour. Including music from his first two releases, As American As You and Dumpster Diving Across America, Robert’s political satire, aggressive activism, involvement in Earth First! and his unique lifestyle all collide during the week surrounding the twenty-fifth anniversary of Earth Day 1970 and the Oklahoma City Bombing. What results is a true “state of the planet” expression that captures the radical and heartfelt sentiments of a changing activism in the 1990s. The film takes the viewers from Hoyt’s ‘pulpit’ in the front seat of his truck to a midwestern scene of protests and dumpster diving, eventually culminating in Tyree Guyton's folk art landscape of the Heidelberg Project of downtown Detroit. “Let’s just say that it was feasible to take a spaceship to another planet somewhere, seriously folks…do you think you’d have a ticket? Let’s get real here.” -Robert Hoyt Director’s thoughts from 2014 Looking at this film from today’s perspective I found it curious in many ways. Robert’s journey is a universal one; a restless dreamer, a poet with a guitar seeking to change the world. Beyond that, the politics of the 1980’s had left a generation trying to exert forces on the political and corporate powers of the time, but lacking the widespread support to effect change. The fact that we are still wrestling with the issues highlighted in the film and in Robert’s songs is a testament to both his timeliness and timelessness (along with the fact that we’re painfully slow in solving problems). What I have enjoyed in revisiting the film is how Robert’s personality is captured to show his complex nature; how he is simultaneously an activist, a musician and a struggling human seeking clarity. How this character sketch evolves for the viewer is probably the thing I’m most happy about. I have not kept up with Robert since 1999. Last I heard, he was living in the midwest somewhere, and was a husband and father, playing only the occasional gig now and then. Technically, in 1994, I was shooting cinema verite films like this on a small budget and that meant using a high 8mm video camera and super 8mm film. Small video cameras have come light years since then, but, that said, these were the tools I had to tell the story and are as much a sign of the times as the $1.19 per gallon price of gas on the gas pump. I hope you enjoy Travels With Claude. -Paul

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                    • Travels With Claude

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                      In his fourth full length film, Paul Bonesteel documented Earth Week 1995, profiling folk singer and environmental activist, Robert Hoyt. In a journey that takes Robert and his orange tabby, Claude, from Chicago to Detroit and many points in between, Travels with Claude chronicles the music, ideas and environmental philosophies that make Robert an unabashed troubadour.

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