Everybody Thanks The Driver
At the Northwest Folkife Festival, Seattle, May 28, 2018. Video by Neil Scott.
I’d Rather Be Dancing
Video by Elliot Stoller, filmed at Plymouth Church in Seattle, March 11, 2018
“Rachel Corrie: 15 Years Later”
Video by Wingspan Media, C&P Coffee Company, Feb 7, 2018
Do Re Mi Revisited
Video by David Rovics, Fremont Sunday Market, 2017.
Video by Katy Keenan, 2011
Same Train, Different Track
Me and Orville Johnson doing a song I wrote after Merle Haggard died.
Video by Mark Murgittroyd, C&P Coffee Company, Seattle
Clear Blue Sky – with Billy Oskay
Video by Katy Keenan, at Mississippi Studios, Portland OR
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Video by Mike McCormack
anti-war rally 2006, Seattle, WA
Meinong with Orville Johnson
Orville Johnson and I doing Meinong, about a village in Taiwan where I played a music festival. This is from a gig at the C&P Coffee Company, in West Seattle, on October 5th, 2016. It was recorded on a smart phone by Mark Murgittroyd. I like this one a lot because the grove is inescapable.
Song For Leonard Peltier – with Erin Corday
Ghost Bikes recording session, Jack Straw Productions, Seattle, April 7, 2010
video by Katy Keenan
Interview at California Autoharp gathering, 2014
produced by Marc Blake, marcblake.com
Jesse (for Steven Jesse Bernstein)
video by Todd Boyle, The Couth Buzzard
The Power Of Music
Created by Ralph Bevins for Art Zone with Nancy Guppy.
Special thanks to the Seattle Channel, Katy Keenan, Couth Buzzard Books, and everyone involved.
Stranger In Me
very cool version of my song by Michael Hedges
Michael and I were friends. I sent him this song shortly after I wrote it and he flipped. I wish the sound were better but it’s the only version I’ve ever found.
video by Randy Lutge
Hiroshima Nagasaki Russian Roulette
Christy Moore and Declan Sinnott
(Brussels, AB 07 october 2011).avi
video by SuperPenn21
Another great version of one of my songs. I used to hang out with these guys a lot, back in the day. This is probably a cell phone video – it’s shaky for the first few seconds but then settles in. The playing is fabulous – I love the sound of Declan’s nylon string guitar, and Christy’s singing is deep and resonant.