Christine Lavin has won one NAIRD award, two New York Music Awards, five ASCAP composer awards, the Kate Wolf Memorial Award, and her songs have been performed by such diverse artists as Tony Award-winning actress (star of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and "Little Women") Sutton Foster, the Dartmouth College Decibelles,The Accidentals, and the Washington D.C. Gay Men's Chorus. In 2001 Backstage Magazine named her "Outstanding New York Singer/Songwriter Of The Year." Christine joins The Guys today to talk about and spin tunes from her new project "One Meatball," a delightful feast for the ears and eyes:
19 food-related songs performed by Pete Seeger, Tom Paxton, Julie Gold, actor Jeff Daniels and other eager eaters from the singer-songwriter, cabaret and Broadway worlds!
27 scrumptious recipes from the musicians, their families and friends in an illustrated 96-page "cookbooklet"! As Christine said, "Homemade food and homemade music go together! "
SEE CHRISTINE AT THE SOUTH ORANGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN NEW JERSEY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18TH INFO: http://sopac.vpsland.com/
Podcast Date: 11/17/2006