Singer artist – Podolskaya http://podolskaya.info/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 06:47:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://podolskaya.info/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/favicon-87-150x150.png Singer artist – Podolskaya http://podolskaya.info/ 32 32 ’60s songwriter, singer and folk artist Bob Neuwirth dies – WFTV https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-wftv/ Fri, 20 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-wftv/ Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM) Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old. >> Read more trending news Neuwirth’s longtime […]]]>

Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM)

Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old.

>> Read more trending news

Neuwirth’s longtime partner Paula Batson confirmed his death saying he died of heart failure, The New York Times reported.

Neuwirth became friends with Dylan after they met at the Indian Neck Folk Festival in Connecticut in 1961. At the time, Dylan was still relatively unknown but he caught Neuwirth’s attention “because he was the only other guy with a harmonica holder around his neck. he said years after the encounter, according to the Times.

Neuwirth was part of Dylan’s inner circle, frequently accompanying Dylan on tours over the years.

“Neuwirth was the eye of the storm, the center, the catalyst, the instigator,” Eric Von Schmidt said, according to The Times. “Wherever something big was happening, he was there, or he was on his way to it, or he was rumored to be close enough to have had an effect on whatever was in the works.”

Patti Smith called Neuwirth “a catalyst for action” in memoirs about her own life, Variety reported.

Dylan wrote of Neuwirth: “As Kerouac had immortalized Neal Cassady in ‘On the Road’, someone should have immortalized Neuwirth. If ever there was a Renaissance man who jumped in and out of things, he had to be,” according to Variety.

Neuwirth also toured with his friend Kris Kristofferson.

Neuwirth said his time with various singers was different then than it was when he was interviewed for Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary about Dylan, “No Direction Home.” Neuwirth said: “At the time it wasn’t driven by money. It was about whether an artist had something to say. Whether it was Bob Dylan or Ornette Coleman, what people were asking was, “Does he have something to say?”

Neuwirth wrote one of Joplin’s best-known and posthumous hits, “Mercedes Benz,” just before the singer died in 1970. He said in an interview that he wrote it while the two were drunk between shows. She played it and the fans liked it, so it was added to her “Pearl” album as filler.

“It’s a campfire song, isn’t it?” Neuwirth said in 2013, according to Variety. “You don’t need to have any particular musical skill to sing it, and since it’s a cappella, everyone can approach it in their own way. But I’m sure Janis would be shocked at the attention this song has garnered over the years. She would just shake her head in disbelief.

Neuwirth is also credited with introducing Joplin to his signature song “Me and Bobby McGee”, written by Kristofferson.

Neuwirth was born in Akron, Ohio. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He returns to Boston after a stint in Paris. He was part of the folk movements in Cambridge, New York, Berkeley and San Francisco. He was also an entertainer and was part of the group that would reunite at Max’s Kansas City, which included Andy Warhol, Larry Poons, Robert Smithson and Robert Rauschenberg, Variety reported.

Neuwirth leaves behind Batson and his niece Cassie Dubicki and family, Variety reported.

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’60s songwriter, singer and folk artist Bob Neuwirth dies – FOX23 News https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-fox23-news/ Fri, 20 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-fox23-news/ Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM) Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old. >> Read more trending news Neuwirth’s longtime […]]]>

Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM)

Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old.

>> Read more trending news

Neuwirth’s longtime partner Paula Batson confirmed his death saying he died of heart failure, The New York Times reported.

Neuwirth became friends with Dylan after they met at the Indian Neck Folk Festival in Connecticut in 1961. At the time, Dylan was still relatively unknown but he caught Neuwirth’s attention “because he was the only other guy with a harmonica holder around his neck. he said years after the encounter, according to the Times.

Neuwirth was part of Dylan’s inner circle, frequently accompanying Dylan on tours over the years.

“Neuwirth was the eye of the storm, the center, the catalyst, the instigator,” Eric Von Schmidt said, according to The Times. “Wherever something big was happening, he was there, or he was on his way to it, or he was rumored to be close enough to have had an effect on whatever was in the works.”

Patti Smith called Neuwirth “a catalyst for action” in memoirs about her own life, Variety reported.

Dylan wrote of Neuwirth: “As Kerouac had immortalized Neal Cassady in ‘On the Road’, someone should have immortalized Neuwirth. If ever there was a Renaissance man who jumped in and out of things, he had to be,” according to Variety.

Neuwirth also toured with his friend Kris Kristofferson.

Neuwirth said his time with various singers was different then than it was when he was interviewed for Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary about Dylan, “No Direction Home.” Neuwirth said: “At the time it wasn’t driven by money. It was about whether an artist had something to say. Whether it was Bob Dylan or Ornette Coleman, what people were asking was, “Does he have something to say?”

Neuwirth wrote one of Joplin’s best-known and posthumous hits, “Mercedes Benz,” just before the singer died in 1970. He said in an interview that he wrote it while the two were drunk between shows. She played it and the fans liked it, so it was added to her “Pearl” album as filler.

“It’s a campfire song, isn’t it?” Neuwirth said in 2013, according to Variety. “You don’t need to have any particular musical skill to sing it, and since it’s a cappella, everyone can approach it in their own way. But I’m sure Janis would be shocked at the attention this song has garnered over the years. She would just shake her head in disbelief.

Neuwirth is also credited with introducing Joplin to his signature song “Me and Bobby McGee”, written by Kristofferson.

Neuwirth was born in Akron, Ohio. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He returns to Boston after a stint in Paris. He was part of the folk movements in Cambridge, New York, Berkeley and San Francisco. He was also an entertainer and was part of the group that would reunite at Max’s Kansas City, which included Andy Warhol, Larry Poons, Robert Smithson and Robert Rauschenberg, Variety reported.

Neuwirth leaves behind Batson and his niece Cassie Dubicki and family, Variety reported.

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’60s songwriter, singer and folk artist Bob Neuwirth dies – KIRO 7 News Seattle https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-kiro-7-news-seattle/ Fri, 20 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies-kiro-7-news-seattle/ Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM) Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old. >> Read more trending news Neuwirth’s longtime […]]]>

Folk singer, songwriter and entertainer Bob Neuwirth dies Bob Neuwirth wrote “Mercedes Benz” for Janis Joplin. (DTM)

Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old.

>> Read more trending news

Neuwirth’s longtime partner Paula Batson confirmed his death saying he died of heart failure, The New York Times reported.

Neuwirth became friends with Dylan after they met at the Indian Neck Folk Festival in Connecticut in 1961. At the time, Dylan was still relatively unknown but he caught Neuwirth’s attention “because he was the only other guy with a harmonica holder around his neck. he said years after the encounter, according to the Times.

Neuwirth was part of Dylan’s inner circle, frequently accompanying Dylan on tours over the years.

“Neuwirth was the eye of the storm, the center, the catalyst, the instigator,” Eric Von Schmidt said, according to The Times. “Wherever something big was happening, he was there, or he was on his way to it, or he was rumored to be close enough to have had an effect on whatever was in the works.”

Patti Smith called Neuwirth “a catalyst for action” in memoirs about her own life, Variety reported.

Dylan wrote of Neuwirth: “As Kerouac had immortalized Neal Cassady in ‘On the Road’, someone should have immortalized Neuwirth. If ever there was a Renaissance man who jumped in and out of things, he had to be,” according to Variety.

Neuwirth also toured with his friend Kris Kristofferson.

Neuwirth said his time with various singers was different then than it was when he was interviewed for Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary about Dylan, “No Direction Home.” Neuwirth said: “At the time it wasn’t driven by money. It was about whether an artist had something to say. Whether it was Bob Dylan or Ornette Coleman, what people were asking was, “Does he have something to say?”

Neuwirth wrote one of Joplin’s best-known and posthumous hits, “Mercedes Benz,” just before the singer died in 1970. He said in an interview that he wrote it while the two were drunk between shows. She played it and the fans liked it, so it was added to her “Pearl” album as filler.

“It’s a campfire song, isn’t it?” Neuwirth said in 2013, according to Variety. “You don’t need to have any particular musical skill to sing it, and since it’s a cappella, everyone can approach it in their own way. But I’m sure Janis would be shocked at the attention this song has garnered over the years. She would just shake her head in disbelief.

Neuwirth is also credited with introducing Joplin to his signature song “Me and Bobby McGee”, written by Kristofferson.

Neuwirth was born in Akron, Ohio. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He returns to Boston after a stint in Paris. He was part of the folk movements in Cambridge, New York, Berkeley and San Francisco. He was also an entertainer and was part of the group that would reunite at Max’s Kansas City, which included Andy Warhol, Larry Poons, Robert Smithson and Robert Rauschenberg, Variety reported.

Neuwirth leaves behind Batson and his niece Cassie Dubicki and family, Variety reported.

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’60s songwriter, singer and folk artist Bob Neuwirth dies https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies/ Fri, 20 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://podolskaya.info/60s-songwriter-singer-and-folk-artist-bob-neuwirth-dies/ Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old. >> Read more trending news Neuwirth’s longtime partner Paula Batson confirmed his death saying he died of heart failure, The New York Times reported. […]]]>

Bob Neuwirth, an artist, singer and songwriter who helped make Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin the center of the music world of the 1960s, has died. He was 82 years old.

>> Read more trending news

Neuwirth’s longtime partner Paula Batson confirmed his death saying he died of heart failure, The New York Times reported.

Neuwirth became friends with Dylan after they met at the Indian Neck Folk Festival in Connecticut in 1961. At the time, Dylan was still relatively unknown but he caught Neuwirth’s attention “because he was the only other guy with a harmonica holder around his neck. he said years after the encounter, according to the Times.

Neuwirth was part of Dylan’s inner circle, frequently accompanying Dylan on tours over the years.

“Neuwirth was the eye of the storm, the center, the catalyst, the instigator,” Eric Von Schmidt said, according to The Times. “Wherever something big was happening, he was there, or he was on his way to it, or he was rumored to be close enough to have had an effect on whatever was in the works.”

Patti Smith called Neuwirth “a catalyst for action” in memoirs about her own life, Variety reported.

Dylan wrote of Neuwirth: “As Kerouac had immortalized Neal Cassady in ‘On the Road’, someone should have immortalized Neuwirth. If ever there was a Renaissance man who jumped in and out of things, he had to be,” according to Variety.

Neuwirth also toured with his friend Kris Kristofferson.

Neuwirth said his time with various singers was different then than it was when he was interviewed for Martin Scorsese’s 2005 documentary about Dylan, “No Direction Home.” Neuwirth said: “Back then it wasn’t driven by money. It was about whether an artist had something to say. Whether it was Bob Dylan or Ornette Coleman, what people were asking was, “Does he have something to say?”

Neuwirth wrote one of Joplin’s best-known and posthumous hits, “Mercedes Benz,” just before the singer died in 1970. He said in an interview that he wrote it while the two were drunk between shows. She played it and the fans liked it, so it was added to her “Pearl” album as filler.

“It’s a campfire song, isn’t it?” Neuwirth said in 2013, according to Variety. “You don’t need to have any particular musical skill to sing it, and since it’s a cappella, everyone can approach it in their own way. But I’m sure Janis would be shocked at the attention this song has garnered over the years. She would just shake her head in disbelief.

Neuwirth is also credited with introducing Joplin to his signature song “Me and Bobby McGee”, written by Kristofferson.

Neuwirth was born in Akron, Ohio. He studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He returns to Boston after a stint in Paris. He was part of the folk movements in Cambridge, New York, Berkeley and San Francisco. He was also an entertainer and was part of the group that would reunite at Max’s Kansas City, which included Andy Warhol, Larry Poons, Robert Smithson and Robert Rauschenberg, Variety reported.

Neuwirth leaves behind Batson and his niece Cassie Dubicki and family, Variety reported.

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Pioneer Indigenous actor, dancer, singer and artist David Dalaithngu has died aged 68 https://podolskaya.info/pioneer-indigenous-actor-dancer-singer-and-artist-david-dalaithngu-has-died-aged-68/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://podolskaya.info/pioneer-indigenous-actor-dancer-singer-and-artist-david-dalaithngu-has-died-aged-68/ Pioneer Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu AM has passed away at the age of 68. Key points: Dalaithngu’s role in Walkabout was one of the first roles played by an indigenous person He was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in 1987 Dalaithngu was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2017 Dalaithngu was from the […]]]>

Pioneer Indigenous actor David Dalaithngu AM has passed away at the age of 68.

Dalaithngu was from the Mandhalpuyngu clan of the Yolŋgu people and was raised in Arnhem Land.

DISCLAIMER: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that this article contains an image of a deceased person.

Dalaithngu was better known by a different last name at the height of his fame, but the ABC has been advised that due to indigenous cultural reasons this name cannot be used.

Wityana Marika, son of Dalaithngu by tradition and Higher Ground actor of the Rirritjingu clan, said the Yolŋgu man left a legacy.

“We mourn the loss of our famous man Yolŋgu who started a great journey on his own. This name he carried speaks for itself. This name he carried, he was born powerful,” he said. he declares.

News of the actor’s passing was shared in a statement by South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall.

“It is with deep sadness that I share with the people of South Australia the passing of an iconic artist of a generation who shaped the history of Australian cinema and Aboriginal representation on screen – David Dalaithngu AM, “the statement said. .

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Dalaithngu was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and was told he only had a few months to live.

A documentary about his life was created as a result of the diagnosis – about the actor’s journey.

Mr Marshall wrote: “I have been fortunate enough to meet David Dalaithngu on several occasions – most recently in March of this year at the premiere of a documentary on his life – in which he tells his own story, directed by Molly Reynolds.

The latter film, 50 years after its on-screen breakthrough, saw David Dalaithngu credited for the first time in his production career – alongside Reynolds, filmmaker Rolf de Heer and filmmaker Yolŋgu Peter Djigirr.

“He was a man who loved his land and his culture, and he was a man who introduced him to the world.”

Speaking from Yirrkala in the Northern Territory, Wityana Marika said family from Ramingining and Melbourne will communicate about plans to bring the actor back to his homeland for a ceremony.

“The ceremony will take place in his native country (Marwuyu). Every actor who wants to come by the name will call them in their homeland, ”he said.

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The images contain a rare glimpse into the early career of legend David Dalaithngu.

Pioneer of the big screen

Dalaithngu was cast in Walkabout in 1971, making him one of the first Indigenous characters portrayed on the big screen.

He was also celebrated for his role in the 1976 film Storm Boy.

In 1987 he was awarded the Order of Australia.

Dalaithngu’s family have indicated that his name and image could be used according to his wishes after his death.

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