Songwriter Session: Rodney Crowell
Take a fascinating look at songwriting with GRAMMY winning troubadour Rodney Crowell. His timeless songs have been covered by luminaries such as Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and George Strait, among many others. His 2011 memoir "Chinaberry Sidewalks" was warmly recieved. Hot on the heels of 'Old Yellow Moon,' his collaboration with Emmylou Harris, Crowell is preparing a new album titled 'Tarpaper Sky' for release April 15 via New West Records. Scott Goldman of the GRAMMY Foundation will interview Mr. Crowell and offer a rare glimpse into the process and inspiration of songcraft.
The GRAMMY Foundation/MusiCares
Los Angeles, Vice President, Foundations. Goldman joined the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares in December 2005. Prior to that he was Vice President of Development at City of Hope. From 1991-2005 he ran the organization’s fundraising efforts within the music and entertainment industries. He also oversaw City of Hope’s network of 10 regional fundraising offices around the country. He began his fundraising career in 1983 with United Cerebral Palsy, joined the March of Dimes in 1985 and founded the Northern California Chapter of the RP Foundation Fighting Blindness in 1987. Since May 2009 Goldman has been a regular moderator and host of the Public Programs Series at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Goldman is also a professional musician appearing at clubs and festivals around the country. A native of New York, Goldman received his Bachelor of Science degree in theatre from Skidmore College.