A Song for Spirit, the Blinded Golden Eagle

Wildlife News

By Heath McCoy, Calgary Herald

June 1, 2010

 

 

 

Ian Tyson doesn’t just collaborate with anybody.

Sure, the 76-year-old country-folk music icon broke into the business with his former wife Sylvia Tyson in the ’60s, and Ian & Sylvia became giants of that era’s folk movement. And, in recent years Tyson has also performed with the CPO and recorded with Corb Lund.

But working with grades 1 and 2 students from the arts immersion school Calgary Arts Academy? Nobody saw that coming.

Even so, Tyson’s latest recording, A Song For Spirit, is a worthy and touching folk anthem and we owe it all to a blinded bird.


Read more:

http://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/Tyson+inspired+students+powerful+song/3099900/story.html

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