Audio by Woody Guthrie Tribute at Catweazle in American Archive

Danville Girl - Bryan Vergera

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Hard Ain't it Hard - Debe Dalton

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Danville Girl - Chris Faroe

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Danville Girl - Chris Faroe

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Chain of Broken Hearts - Brian Fitzsousa

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Long Ways to Travel - Matt Sucich

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

This Train is Bound for Glory - Jim Flynn

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Goin Down the Road Feeling Bad - Isaac Gillepsie

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

This Land is Your Land - Brian Dolphin

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

This Land is Your Land - Brian Dolphin

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key - The Apple Kickers

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Pastures of Plenty- Jefferson Hamer

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Jesus Christ - Ben Seretan

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Pretty Boy Floyd - Cal Folger Day

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Do Re Mi - Myles Manley and Cal Folger Day

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.

Don't You Push Me Down - Dan and Rachel

In May of 2012, New York City area musicians carrying on in the tradition of Woody Guthrie came together at the Tribes Art Gallery/Catweazle venue on the Lower East Side to record their favorite Guthrie songs. This recording was broadcast as a segment on July 14th during the 12-hour centennial broadcast, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Guthrie's birth.