Rod MacDonald

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Rod MacDonald (born on August 17, 1948 in Southington, Connecticut) is an American folk singer/songwriter. His songs have been covered by Dave Van Ronk, Christine Lavin, Four Bitchin' Babes and Garnet Rogers. He attended the University of Virginia (graduating in 1970 with a degree in history) and Columbia Law School, but during his final year in law school, decided to pursue a career in music after graduating in 1973. He was a part of the 1980s Greenwich Village folk renaissance, performing at clubs such as Speakeasy, The Bottom Line, Folk City, and the songwriter workshops at the Cornelia Street Cafe. His signature song is "American Jerusalem", about the divide between rich and poor people in New York City. He lives in Delray Beach, Florida.

Rod MacDonald (nato il 17 agosto 1948 a Southington, Connecticut) è un cantautore e folksinger americano. Le sue canzoni sono state coverate da Dave Van Ronk, Christine Lavink, Four Bitchin' Babes e Garnet Rogers. Ha studiato alla University of Virginia, laureandosi in storia nel 1970 e la Columbia Law School; ma, durante il suo ultimo anno alla facoltà di legge, ha deciso di continuare la sua carriera musicale dopo essersi laureato nel 1973. Ha partecipato alla "rinascita folk del Greenwich Village" degli anni '80, esibendosi in club come lo Speakeasy, The Bottom Line e Folk City e a laboratori cantautorali come il Cornelia Street Cafe. Il suo cavallo di battaglia è "American Jerusalem", sulla divisione tra ricchi e poveri a New York. Vive a Delray Beach, in Florida.

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