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July 9, 2007 Adrienne Young is a folk-country musician who is also a big supporter of community gardens and sustainable farming. As she tours the U.S., she invites local organic farmers to speak before her shows. Her green activism also explains the title of her new album, Room to Grow.
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October 4, 2005 Bluegrass sweetheart Adrienne Young and her band Little Sadie's second album, The Art of Virtue, examines modern life through a prism of collective wisdom, the kind passed along in America's agricultural past.
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April 12, 2004 Odd interpretations from Stolen Shack; Folk singer/songwriter Adrienne Young; A new retrospective from The Who; Neo-psychedelia from Circulatory System; Solo work from jazz bassist Percy Heath. Featured Artist: Hilliard Ensemble.
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