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In Studio: Bebel Gilberto

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Brazilian singer Bebel Gilberto will join Patti Smith, The Roots, Nada Surf and others next week at Carnegie Hall for a tribute to Neil Young. The bossa nova heiress talks about why she’s saluting the country rock godfather. And, Gilberto plays live in our studio.

Guests:

Bebel Gilberto

Comments [2]

a g from n j

i really appreciate the interpretation of non-original material,as it is called sometimes. we are way to hung up, on singer-songwriter,as being the only legitimate way to go. which possibly explains, why so many bands sound alike,inspite of having "original material". mercifully,jazz classical, and many other genres of music,do not adhere to this conceit.

Feb. 02 2011 02:45 PM
Jerry from Queens from Queens NY

In todays soceity especially in the music industry, homosexuality is clearly more accepted than it was in the 70s, even though we had Bronski Beat,Sylvester, Village People and The Tom Robinson Band as trailblazers, the latter a dubious choice as Tom apparently wasnt gay. If the emergence of Rob Halford from Judas Priest was accepted, anything goes...
Jerry from
Queens

Feb. 02 2011 02:13 PM

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