Where Have All The Folksongs Gone?

An audience sing-along hosted by Sue and Dwight


The legendary folk revival of the ’60s happened 50 years ago, but the songs of hope and social justice that defined the era still resonate today. Toronto folk/roots duo Sue and Dwight have created a series called “Where Have All The Folk Songs Gone,” a sing-along tribute to the songs of the late 1950s and early 1960s.

The songs are so familiar that the audience couldn’t be stopped from singing along even if they tried!

The show includes folk classics like “If I Had A Hammer,” “Four Strong Winds,” “Blowin’ In The Wind,” “Walk Right In,” “Union Maid,” “Early Morning Rain,” “Tom Dooley,” “Five Hundred Miles” and many more.


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