Songwriter Session Encore: Southern Streams Songwriter Round with Don Bryant, Yola Carter, Raul Malo, and Joan Osborne
Apr 20, 202107:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Don Bryant, Yola Carter, Raul Malo, and Joan Osborne—four artists whose music reflects different family legacies and life experiences—discussed the diverse influences of American popular music in a 2017 Songwriter Session presented in partnership with the Americana Music Association and moderated by Ann Powers of NPR Music.
Memphis-based R&B and gospel singer-songwriter Bryant wrote the 1973 hit “I Can’t Stand the Rain” (Ann Peebles) and in 2020 released his sixth album, You Make Me Feel.
British singer-songwriter Yola released her Grammy-nominated album Walk Through Fire in 2019.
Malo founded the Grammy-winning band the Mavericks and co-wrote many of their songs. They were named group of the year at the 2015 Americana Music Awards and released their eleventh studio album, En Español, in 2020.
Singer-songwriter Osborne first drew attention in 1995 for her Grammy-nominated song “One of Us” and released her tenth studio album, Trouble and Strife, in 2020.
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