Joe Taschetta | Joe Taschetta at the University of Notre Dame - Student Peace Conference

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Joe Taschetta at the University of Notre Dame - Student Peace Conference

by Joe Taschetta

A live sing-along concert of topical and traditional folk songs at the University of Notre Dame's Peace Conference.
Genre: Folk: Political
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1. Tell Ol' George
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2. Down By the Riverside
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3. In My Name
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4. Sister Cindy Sheehan (the Emperor Has No Clothes)
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5. Major General Smedly D. Butler
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6. Slow Down, America
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7. 400 Billion
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8. September 'leven
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9. Wrap Me, Wrap Me Jesus
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10. This Little Light of Mine
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Album Notes
Joe Taschetta (pronounced “tass-KET-uh”) has been a folk singer since the sixties. He has appeared at hundreds of rallies and concerts for peace and justice and other progressive causes, typically performing his own topical songs along with traditional tunes.

Joe is best known as a five-string banjo player. His seminal book “The Five-String Banjo Primer – or If A Is May Then F# Must Be February,” published by Iowa State University Press, has been helping beginners learn music theory and apply it to stringed instruments since the seventies. Joe also plays guitar, autoharp, and harmonica.

Taschetta, known as “Papa Joe,” has performed throughout the Midwest and Europe. He has toured with the Iowa Arts Council and the Indiana Arts Commission in community programs and as an artist-in-schools. As a solo performing artist, he has received grants through the National Endowment for the Arts. Joe’s performances focus on audience participation; he believes that music comes alive when it is shared.

Over the years, Joe has worn many hats. He has been a design electrical engineer in industry and a university professor, teaching electrical and computer engineering, analog electronics, mathematics, and music. He is also an award-winning visual artist, painting primarily in oils.


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Bringing back the family memories! Love THis Little Light of Mine!!!
Uncle Joe,
It was so fun to hear you sing again! Brings back memories from my childhood. I really enjoyed listening and singing to This Little Light of Mine, unfortunately, the song on the web cuts the song short.

Keep up the fun and the message!
Maria and Bryan