Multi-Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Joan Osborne addresses immigration on her new song “What’s That You Say”, released today. With all the new issues and controversies happening in real-time, immigration no longer leads the news cycle, but the problem still exists as much as ever. Osborne takes a thoughtful approach to the subject through the experience of one family. The track appears on Osborne’s upcoming new album Trouble And Strife, which comes out on September 18th via Womanly Hips/Thirty Tigers.
Acclaimed singer/songwriter Joan Osborne is back with Trouble and Strife (Womanly Hips Records), her first album of original material in six years. Osborne self-produced the new collection and penned all ten songs, with two co-writes. Trouble and Strife finds the gifted vocalist offering a strong yet uplifting response to some of the socio-political issues plaguing our nation over the last several years. Osborne beautifully balances the weight of her messages with solace and optimism. The new track ”Boy Dontcha Know” touches on the challenges of being a female in our society and why one might prefer to be male.
Almost 25 years after she took the nation by storm with her album, “Relish,” early 2019 finds seven-time Grammy nominee Joan Osborne touring the country performing “Songs of Bob Dylan.” And for one night only at the new Sofia Center for the Arts in Sacramento her show featured Jackie Greene, her former Trigger Hippy partner, fellow Phil Lesh & Friends alumni, and Sacramento-area nati
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jackson Browne, multi-Grammy award-winner Bonnie Raitt, Grammy award-winning blues artist Joan Osborne, Mickey Hart and Friends and Pura Fe & Cary Morin plus host Wavy Gravy, will celebrate the Berkeley-based Seva Foundation on January 12th at a benefit concert at the Fox Theatre in Oakland called Sing Out for Seva. This event marks four decades of benefit concerts performed by celebrity artists since Seva was founded forty years ago.
Today, The Ride Festival releases its initial artist lineup for the festival’s 3rd year at Colorado’s breathtaking Telluride Town Park on July 12-13, 2014. The Ride Fest has quickly garnered a reputation among music fans for its thoughtful performance curation - hand-picking rootsy, rocking talent whose music flawlessly compliments the festival’s stunning Telluride setting.Folk-rock Grammy winners Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros and Austin-based alt-rockers Spoon
Join seven-time Grammy Award nominee and multi-platinum recording artist Joan Osborne for Joan Osborne’s Dead Set, Songs of the Grateful Dead, Vol.1 – a special acoustic set streamed LIVE from New York City right to your computer!The music of the Grateful Dead resonates strongly with Joan, who joined veteran San Francisco jam-rockers The Dead as a vocalist in 2003.