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Time: Second Thursday of each month, 7 PM to 8PM Eastern Time

URL: Click here to join us on Zoom

Attendance is free. 100% of donations go to the Artists.

Inside the Song

Inside the Song is a concert/workshop hybrid. It’s a peek into the artist’s mind during the act of creation. It’s an opportunity for fans and songwriters to glean a deeper understanding of the back stories, the judgements, the skill set, and the guidelines that influenced the artists we admire in making the songs we love.

Join host, Singer/Songwriter Tina Ross, on the second Thursday of every month for this online concert/workshop. The format is Zoom Webinar, you will see the host and guest only and you will be able to ask questions! Admission is free, free-will donations are requested, and the experience is priceless.

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Host, singer-songwriter Tina Ross.

Inside the Song

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Time: Second Thursday of each month, 7 PM to 8PM Eastern Time

URL: Click here to join us on Zoom

Attendance is free. 100% of donations go to the Artists.

photo of Tina Ross
Host, singer-songwriter Tina Ross.

Inside the Song is a concert/workshop hybrid. It’s a peek into the artist’s mind during the act of creation. It’s an opportunity for fans and songwriters to glean a deeper understanding of the back stories, the judgements, the skill set, and the guidelines that influenced the artists we admire in making the songs we love.

Join host, Singer/Songwriter Tina Ross, on the second Thursday of every month for this online concert/workshop. The format is Zoom Webinar, you will see the host and guest only and you will be able to ask questions! Admission is free, free-will donations are requested, and the experience is priceless.

Featured Performer: Ina May Wool
Going Through the Pictures

Ina May Wool is a folk and Americana singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice and insightful, empathetic songs. Gigging since childhood she has played her guitar and mandolin all over the U.S. and in Europe, from concert halls and off-Broadway stages to festivals, movie soundtracks, radio and TV.

 

She writes, teaches, performs, and collects accolades from students, audiences, critics, and fans. Her first two CDs won songwriting and performance honors in the U.S. and in Europe (e.g., ASCAP/BMI Acoustic Artist Award, Mountain Stage NewSong Festival, Edinburgh Folk Festival). She’s taught at Manhattan School of Music, Hoff-Barthelson School in Scarsdale, a number of music camps, and in many other venues. She’s led writing workshops in New York, New England, and West Virginia.

 

In 2018, Ina May was struck by an SUV in Manhattan, and during her recovery and into the pandemic, she began writing a pile of songs – 67 in total. Back on her feet, she wanted to tell her story, but the world was closed. She recorded 12 of those songs on her new album, Rewrite the Ending, which is currently #8 on the FAI Folk DJ chart. These tunes run the gamut from pleading vocals to soft whispers, tales of breaking the bounds of gender expectations, historical fiction, falling down and getting up – and throughout, searing honesty from a strong woman’s perspective. It’s an experience that can best be described as healing, and a welcome message in these times of tragedy – notes of transcendence and joy while confronting the bad things head on.

“Ina is one of the most exciting writers on the scene today, and as a teacher, she is intuitive and generous.” – Sloan Wainwright

 

“One of my favorite New York songwriters.” John Platt, WFUV

Inside the Song is a monthly series on the second Thursday of each month. Attendance is free. Free-will donations are requested and go entirely and directly to the performer.

Featured Performer: Ina May Wool
Going Through the Pictures

Ina May Wool is a folk and Americana singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice and insightful, empathetic songs. Gigging since childhood she has played her guitar and mandolin all over the U.S. and in Europe, from concert halls and off-Broadway stages to festivals, movie soundtracks, radio and TV.

 

She writes, teaches, performs, and collects accolades from students, audiences, critics, and fans. Her first two CDs won songwriting and performance honors in the U.S. and in Europe (e.g., ASCAP/BMI Acoustic Artist Award, Mountain Stage NewSong Festival, Edinburgh Folk Festival). She’s taught at Manhattan School of Music, Hoff-Barthelson School in Scarsdale, a number of music camps, and in many other venues. She’s led writing workshops in New York, New England, and West Virginia.

 

In 2018, Ina May was struck by an SUV in Manhattan, and during her recovery and into the pandemic, she began writing a pile of songs – 67 in total. Back on her feet, she wanted to tell her story, but the world was closed. She recorded 12 of those songs on her new album, Rewrite the Ending, which is currently #8 on the FAI Folk DJ chart. These tunes run the gamut from pleading vocals to soft whispers, tales of breaking the bounds of gender expectations, historical fiction, falling down and getting up – and throughout, searing honesty from a strong woman’s perspective. It’s an experience that can best be described as healing, and a welcome message in these times of tragedy – notes of transcendence and joy while confronting the bad things head on.

“Ina is one of the most exciting writers on the scene today, and as a teacher, she is intuitive and generous.” – Sloan Wainwright

 

“One of my favorite New York songwriters.” John Platt, WFUV

Inside the Song is a monthly series on the second Thursday of each month. Attendance is free. Free-will donations are requested and go entirely and directly to the performer.

Featured Performer: Ina May Wool
Going Through the Pictures

Ina May Wool is a folk and Americana singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice and insightful, empathetic songs. Gigging since childhood she has played her guitar and mandolin all over the U.S. and in Europe, from concert halls and off-Broadway stages to festivals, movie soundtracks, radio and TV.

 

She writes, teaches, performs, and collects accolades from students, audiences, critics, and fans. Her first two CDs won songwriting and performance honors in the U.S. and in Europe (e.g., ASCAP/BMI Acoustic Artist Award, Mountain Stage NewSong Festival, Edinburgh Folk Festival). She’s taught at Manhattan School of Music, Hoff-Barthelson School in Scarsdale, a number of music camps, and in many other venues. She’s led writing workshops in New York, New England, and West Virginia.

 

In 2018, Ina May was struck by an SUV in Manhattan, and during her recovery and into the pandemic, she began writing a pile of songs – 67 in total. Back on her feet, she wanted to tell her story, but the world was closed. She recorded 12 of those songs on her new album, Rewrite the Ending, which is currently #8 on the FAI Folk DJ chart. These tunes run the gamut from pleading vocals to soft whispers, tales of breaking the bounds of gender expectations, historical fiction, falling down and getting up – and throughout, searing honesty from a strong woman’s perspective. It’s an experience that can best be described as healing, and a welcome message in these times of tragedy – notes of transcendence and joy while confronting the bad things head on.

“Ina is one of the most exciting writers on the scene today, and as a teacher, she is intuitive and generous.” – Sloan Wainwright

 

“One of my favorite New York songwriters.” John Platt, WFUV

Inside the Song is a monthly series on the second Thursday of each month. Attendance is free. Free-will donations are requested and go entirely and directly to the performer.

Featured Performer: Ina May Wool
Going Through the Pictures

Ina May Wool is a folk and Americana singer/songwriter known for her powerful voice and insightful, empathetic songs. Gigging since childhood she has played her guitar and mandolin all over the U.S. and in Europe, from concert halls and off-Broadway stages to festivals, movie soundtracks, radio and TV.

 

She writes, teaches, performs, and collects accolades from students, audiences, critics, and fans. Her first two CDs won songwriting and performance honors in the U.S. and in Europe (e.g., ASCAP/BMI Acoustic Artist Award, Mountain Stage NewSong Festival, Edinburgh Folk Festival). She’s taught at Manhattan School of Music, Hoff-Barthelson School in Scarsdale, a number of music camps, and in many other venues. She’s led writing workshops in New York, New England, and West Virginia.

 

In 2018, Ina May was struck by an SUV in Manhattan, and during her recovery and into the pandemic, she began writing a pile of songs – 67 in total. Back on her feet, she wanted to tell her story, but the world was closed. She recorded 12 of those songs on her new album, Rewrite the Ending, which is currently #8 on the FAI Folk DJ chart. These tunes run the gamut from pleading vocals to soft whispers, tales of breaking the bounds of gender expectations, historical fiction, falling down and getting up – and throughout, searing honesty from a strong woman’s perspective. It’s an experience that can best be described as healing, and a welcome message in these times of tragedy – notes of transcendence and joy while confronting the bad things head on.

“Ina is one of the most exciting writers on the scene today, and as a teacher, she is intuitive and generous.” – Sloan Wainwright

 

“One of my favorite New York songwriters.” John Platt, WFUV

Inside the Song is a monthly series on the second Thursday of each month. Attendance is free. Free-will donations are requested and go entirely and directly to the performer.