Worlds of Sound: The Ballad of Folkways

This event took place on:
Tuesday, March 26, 7:30 - 9:00pm
Location
  • The Crawford Family Forum
  • 474 South Raymond Avenue
  • Pasadena, CA 91105
Worlds of Sound

Smithsonian Folkways

Indies come and indies go. But the original indie label – Moses Asch’s Folkways Records, which launched artists like Woody Guthrie and Lead Belly, and recorded the music of city noise, frogs, and drums played continents away – lives on today as Smithsonian Folkways… and its story is told in Smithsonian Channel's documentary film WORLDS OF SOUND: THE BALLAD OF FOLKWAYS.

On Tuesday, March 26, KPCC hosted Grand Performances to present this film at The Crawford Family Forum. A post-screening conversation explored the legacy of Asch and the music that’s often meant more than simple song.

Moderator: Quetzal Flores - founder of East L.A. band Quetzal (2013 Grammy winner for Best Latin Rock, Urban, or Alternative Album)

Panelists: Raul Pacheco, Ozomatli

Ron Norman, Folkways Publicity and PR Director (1972-1975)

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