"You better talk to a shrink because you’ve got serious psychological disorders."
LB: Being an actress means immersion into another state of mind, and/or a different cultural and social framework. And certainly
A Conversation with Joan Baez Mike Ragogna: Joan, why did you become involved with the Innocence Project and Network? Joan
Dylan's off-and-on engagement with politics is intriguing. But his peace and justice songs have had a life of their own. "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'" in particular will forever be linked to the progressive movements of the 1960s and used to rally people to protest for a better world.
Through the combination of diplomacy and technology we are becoming a more integrated society. Music is the proof and leading language used to help keep us mixing and interacting with each other and each other's content.
Joan Baez Celebrates 75th Birthday With a Batch of Old Friends and Great Songs (Bob's There in Spirit)
Joan Baez gets taken for granted sometimes, and her new birthday concert on PBS reminds us why that should not happen.
I screened the documentary movie Mavis! lead singer of her family group, The Staple Singers.
As a musician, or as an Artist, as I prefer to think of myself, I often feel there is way too much pressure on us creatives to be this undefinable super-being for the world.
"I never dared to be radical when young," Robert Frost said, "for fear it would make me conservative when old." Joan Baez is Exhibit A that Frost was wrong.
Hear her eight biggest songs and vote for your favorite in our poll.