Join us Thursday 7/19 8pm Pacific in-person or online for Episode 5 of Songwriters on Songwriting, LIVE! Interviews by Paul Zollo with our special guest TERRE ROCHE.
Terre Roche is an internationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter, most famous for making music with her sisters Maggie and Suzzy as The Roches, with whom she’s made many amazing albums. She has also done great solo work, including her beautiful new album The Sound of a Tree Falling and the great collaboration with Sidiki Conde and Marlon Cherry, Afro-Jersey. Famously beloved as a great harmony vocalist, she has contributed to music by Paul Simon (“Was A Sunny Day”), Robert Fripp (“Exposure”) and Phillip Glass (Songs of Liquid Days). She’s also a beloved teacher, and author of the recent critically-acclaimed memoir Blabbermouth.
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