Tuesday, April 22, 2008

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DUMP THE BOSSES OFF YOUR BACK is the newest CD from Pittsburgh, PA folk icon Anne Feeney. http://annefeeney.com Anne is a longtime activist musician ... very busy singing for the labor movement, the peace movement, the women's movement, the environment ... well, you get the idea. An all-star cast of Pittsburgh musicians play on her CD. And rockabilly legend Commander Cody sings and plays with Anne on one of the tunes.

The new CD also features supporting vocals by Emma's Revolution, the Austin Lounge Lizards and Anne Weiss.The CD features 15 songs - six new Feeney originals, 3 classic labor songs from the Industrial Workers of the World, and six songs from great contemporary folk artists James Keelaghan, Kiya Heartwood, Al Grierson, Evan Greer, John William Davis and Colum Sands.

Order it at http://cdbaby.com/cd/annefeeney7 or by calling 1.800.BUY-MY-CD

You'll find incredibly diverse musical styles for all fans of left-leaning political music - jump, swing, blues, punk, corrido, gospel, bluegrass, dixieland - at least 15 ways to dump the bosses off your back.

Pittsburgh is her home but Anne Feeney is one of the busiest musicians around - her 2007 tour took her to 41 states, 2 Canadian provinces, Guatemala, Sweden, Denmark and Ireland. Her anthem "Have You Been to Jail for Justice?" is being sung in paddywagons everywhere and was featured as one of the 'top protest songs of all time' in the DORO Productions Documentary: "Get Up, Stand Up: The History of Pop and Protest" which has aired worldwide, and nationally on PBS. Peter, Paul and Mary are among the many artists who have recorded Anne's songs.

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