Lists of links to relevant artists, organisations, libraries and other collections will be added as time allows.
Please note that, unless specifically stated, Giving Voice Workshops has no formal affiliations with any of the artists or organisations llisted; inclusion of a link does not indicate that Giving Voice Workshops endorses or approves any of the content of linked sites.
Alistair, who died in January 2010, was a singer, songwriter, international socialist and revolutionary.
Pete Seeger has said “Listen to David Rovics” – sound advice to anyone at all engaged with social justice issues. Cindy Sheenan has named David “the peace poet and troubadour for our time”, and he is indeed the musical voice of the progressive movement in the US.
Folk singer, songwriter, activist, instrumentalist (banjo, guitar, dulcimer, concertina, autoharp, piano); Peggy has been a major presence for over half a century.
Roaring Jack, led by Alistair Hulett, played all over Australia from 1985 to 1992. They’ve left behind some great recordings, a reputation for brilliant live shows and some very committed fans from all over the world.
Profound, entertaining, humorous, thought provoking, Roy has been one of the UK folk and acoustic scene’s most loved and admired performers for more than 50 years. For MOJO magazine, and for many people, Roy represents “the very soul of folk’s working class ideals”.
Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust
The Trust, in addition to preserving Alistair Hulett’s musical legacy, will work with community groups, campaigns and organisations to facilitate change and further human rights through music and the arts.
Views, poetry and song from an anarchist perspective.
Workers’ Music Association
Since 1936 the WMA has promoted and encouraged music which supports peace, the labour movement, and the causes and rights of working people. (N.B. Giving Voice Workshops curates a large archive of WMA materials)