Alan Lomax in Haiti: ‘Humongous riches from the poorest country’
December 15, 2010
We call him Guru Gage, but his full name is Gage Averill. He is the writer of the GRAMMY-nominated Album Notes for the Alan Lomax Haiti: Recordings for the Library of Congress 1936-1937 box set. The Green Family Foundation is very proud of having worked with Gage on this amazing piece of cultural and musical history. Canada's The Globe and Mail has a great article about Gage that explains how he conducted research and wrote the liner notes for the Haiti box set. Read it here.
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