Lavin: The folk
music diva has her own page. If you haven't discovered Christine Lavin and
you like folk music, then has your head been under a rock or something?
Duras Sisters: A trio of women from Phoenix who do three-part acapella
music. They're also three of the best friends I've ever had.
- Greg Greenway:
A folksinger I first heard of in college. He's still making albums and
touring. If you haven't heard "Driving" or "She's Just Gone" then you
should immediately pick up Greg's albums and listen.
- Puzzlebox: A
group comprised of one man and two women from the Bay Area of California
who sing a combination of folk and filk music. Their first album is
finally available and is very good.
- Seattle Men's Chorus: The chorus I used to sing with. I
still have friends in the chorus and I stay tangentially involved with
them, but I don't perform with them anymore.
- Steve Macdonald:
Another folk/filk performer. His rendition of "When I Was a Boy" is very
funny. I've had the pleasure of meeting him, and if you get a chance to
see him, do so. He's a great performer and very personable.
Washingtonians: The now defunct choir with a sense of humor. I don't
know how long the web page will be up, but I wanted to keep the link as
long as the web page is around.
- Yellow Tail Records:
The fine folks who publish Uncle Bonsai, Electric Bonsai Band, and Mel
Cooleys recordings. They also have Hilary Field (classical guitar) and
Geisa Dutra (classical piano). I have everything they've produced.
Pens & Writing Instruments
- Stamp Camp:
They make a lot of neat food item stamps along with a ton of alphabets.
I have several, as well as their Ouija board and set of small Scrabble