New Song and Video: Ana Egge "We Are One"

In September of 2017, Ana Egge met up with songwriter Gary Nicholson in Nashville, TN and wrote “We Are One.” They felt the need to examine those occasions whether it be eclipse or calamity, when, in wonder or distress, we come together. Especially now, at a time when our country is so divided. These are moments to be cherished, as the song states, when “you look into a stranger’s eyes, and see yourself looking back” and recognize “all our differences are nothing in the face of love.”

The video was shot in New York by Susan Bibeau & Jeff Oehler of Beehive Productions.  "Sue and Jeff and I and their friend Nick drove around NYC for a couple days and had so many great interactions with strangers that our cheeks hurt from smiling." - Ana Egge

Watch the video HERE

The Dick Connette Interview in RootWorld Magazine

"I want to work in this world... I'm not going to pretend I'm something I'm not"
Dick Connette talks with RootsWorld's Marty Lipp

Marty Lipp sits down with someone who has his own interesting answers to the question "What Is Americana?." Folk artist, modern composer, blues enthusiast and arranger Dick Connette made his first mark in the American music scene in the 1990s with his project, Last Forever, a duo with Sonya Cohen, abetted by a marvelous group of musicians from many areas of interest. Dick is back this year with his latest dive into American roots music waters with a new project, Too Sad For the Public, this time with a number of singers, Ana Egge, Gabriel Kahane, Suzzy Roche and Rachelle Garniez.

Read the tales Dick had to tell, and listen to some of the music from Too Sad For The Public.

fRoots Magazine Review of Too Sad For The Public - Vol. 1 Oysters Ice Cream Lemonade

October 2017 issue of fRoots, No. 412