Allegedly this is one of the first music videos ever produced. It was shot on the outskirts of London, by filmmaker Jonathan Moser where Tom was touring in 1968. It was produced by Arthur Gorson for Elektra Records as a promo for the album The Circle Game.
John Merino interviews Tom about his life and times, and that of Eric Anderson, at the Robert H. Jackson Center (2015).
Tom plays “Who Do You Love” at David Bromberg’s Birthday Roast 9-9-15.
Tom Rush & David Bromberg perform “Jazzman” & “Drop Down Mama” Grand Opera House Wilmington DE, 2015-03-19
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WXPN’s Gene Shay, the “Dean of Folk DJ’s” retired from the airwaves after a glorious 50+ year career on Sunday, February 1st. As a tribute, Tom Rush plays a version of “Mole’s Moan,” the song Gene used as the theme to his weekly music show.
Shameless plug: Mole’s Moan appears on the album TOM RUSH Blues, Songs & Ballads, available in the online store.
Tom joins Anthony Brooks and Lisa Mullins on WBUR Boston and shares his new song “Voices” in promotion for the upcoming Club 47 show at Boston Symphony Hall.
Perdue University Helmke Library hosts the IPFW Omnibus Lecture Series.
Tom speaks with Country Joe McDonald – Activism: Then and Now.