The voice of a generation

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the March on Selma
March 7, 1965, and the events that followed.

"We were so close there was no room
we bled inside each others wounds"

March 7th is the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala. where an attempted Civil rights march for equal voting rights led to extreme resistance & violence by state troopers & police. It was televised around world. Martin Luther king led the successful March on March 21, 1965 w federal protection. 3200 civil rights workers walked from Selma to Montgomery. It took 3 days. By the time they got there they were 25,000 strong!!

Now In Stock!!
Get your copy of "1984 - Melanie and the Bruizers" HERE, recorded live at the Eagle Mountain House in Jackson NH, Oct 22, 1984 with an all-star band.  Remixed and mastered by Beau.   This double CD is now in stock and available for immediate delivery!

Miley Records Melanie!

Miley records "Look What They've Done to My Song", for Lina Esco's upcoming film "Free The Nipple", a Sundance Select satire to screen in 2015. Cyrus recorded the song last August in two takes. She’s performed “Look What They’ve Done to My Song, Ma” before, but this version—produced by Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes—sounds different. “It’s more rock ‘n’ roll,” Esco says. “It’s very Johnny Cash. Her voice is so raw, and the song is so raw.” Read the Variety article here!

Melanie Safka first attracted national attention when she stepped onto the stage at Woodstock, the summer of '69. As dawn broke, and rain began to fall, she performed on a stage that transformed a generation and changed music forever. 
 Check out the "tour" page for a complete list of upcoming shows.

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