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December 5, 2012 The singer-songwriter stops by to play lyrical folk-Americana songs from her latest record, Roses at the End of Time.
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Left to right: Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka and Lucy Kaplansky are the members of Red Horse.
July 29, 2010 For the past quarter-century, Minnesota-based Red House Records has provided a home for acoustic musicians and singer-songwriters. Three such songwriters came together two years ago during Red House's 25th anniversary tour and have just released a collaboration album. Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka and Lucy Kaplansky call themselves Red Horse.
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November 22, 2007 The daughter of successful songwriter Terry Gilkyson, Eliza is a third generation musician who grew up in Los Angeles knowing that her life would revolve around music. Hear the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter in an interview and performance from Folk Alley.
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October 11, 2005 Eliza Gilkyson's latest studio album, Paradise Hotel, touches on faith, politics — and a little bit of family history. The record includes "Jedidiah 1777," based on letters written by an ancestor who fought in the Revolutionary War with George Washington.
September 14, 2005 Eliza Gilkyson wrote "Requiem" as a song of grief following last year's Asian tsunami. Now, after Hurricane Katrina's devastation, listeners are again turning to the song of prayer and comfort.
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March 2, 2004 The land of milk and honey: Eliza Gilkyson; A tribute to a lost friend from M. Ward; Requested music from Ennio Morricone; The musical landscapes of Lanterna and more.
May 30, 2002 Liane Hansen talks to Eliza Gilkyson about her new CD, Lost and Found. Gilkyson has spent 30 years in the music business, and the CD reflects her long experience as a songwriter. There is a song written for her father, who was also a songwriter, and the album closes with a hymn-like piece, "Riverside," that reflects the turn of the millennium and Sept. 11. (7:30) The CD is on Red House Records. Catalog # RHR CD 162. See http://www.elizagilkyson.com/.
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