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Hands Across the World

American Roots Revue will be performing for Hands Across the World in St. Cloud, Minnesota on July 31st, Thursday, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Wilson Park, 625 Riverside Avenue NE, St. Cloud, MN. Free and open to the public! … Read More »

Singing for Mary Jo Guthrie Edgmon (Woody Guthrie’s Sister)

Larry Long sang on the front porch of the Old London House with Mary Jo Guthrie Edgmon (Woody Guthrie’s Sister) – sharing memories at the Okfuskee Historical Society in Woody’s hometown of Okemah, Oklahoma! Performing with is Fiddlin’ Peter Read More »

Gii Zah G’iin (I Love You)

“American Roots Revue” has now performed in two of the five out state Minnesota communities this summer. Each concert features a song collectively written by members of the host community at a two-hour ‘World Café’ model workshop with Larry Long.In Cass Lake, Minnesota, … Read More »

The 80th Anniversary of the Great Minneapolis Teamsters Strike

SUNDAY, JULY 20, Noon to 4 pm., Wabun Picnic Area D, Minnehaha Park Minneapolis 55417 Music/ Brief Speeches/ Children’s Games/ Historical Display FREE LUNCH-RAIN OR SHINE Featuring: LARRY LONG, Social Justice Troubadour, with Fiddlin’ Pete Watercott & Neil Gelvin; WISCONSIN SING … Read More »


 For the past thirty nine years, a quiet unassuming organization has been very busy ‘saving’ what they call America’s old-time music.  Located in the very Midwestern State of Iowa, it was founded by Smithsonian Institution recording artists Bob & Sheila Everhart who make … Read More »

American Roots Revue Summer 2014 Legacy Tour

Featuring: JD Steele, ‘Waubanewquay’ Dorene Day, Larry Long, Tonia Hughes

American Roots Revue celebrates in story and song the many nations of people who call this country home. The American Roots Revue works from the core of America’s richest musical traditions of gospel, … Read More »

Larry Featured in Star Tribune Article

Check out the great article from Kim Ode at the Star Tribune on Larry and his work. “ Larry Long doesn’t care for the term folk singer, ‘which sounds like something from Greenwich Village in the 1960s.’ He prefers troubadour, like the medieval singers who traveled from court to court, delivering messages in song.”

New CD from Larry Long - Don't Stand Still
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