Music Monday – “I’d always taught my sons/We were safe around police/But when they charged on horses/Well, I dragged us off the street/It made me so angry/They’d endanger children too/In silencing the voices of 1932”

We had singer-songwriter Maria Dunn as the endnote speaker for one of the conferences I organized when I worked for the Writers Guild of Alberta.  She gave an awesome presentation about her writing process mixed with a performance of songs from what was then her newest CD (she was in town a couple weeks ago and though I wasn’t able to make it to her concert, I did note that she has a new CD out which I’ve bought.)

The conference was in Drumheller at the Royal Tyrrell Museum and Shea was able to join me which was especially cool.  This was one of our favourite songs…

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