Rosalie Sorrels (born June 24, 1933) is an American folk singer-songwriter who resides in the mountains near Boise, Idaho. She began her public career as a singer and collector of traditional folksongs in the late 1950s. During the early 1960s she left her husband and began traveling and performing at music festivals and clubs throughout the United States. She and her five children traveled across the country as she worked to support her family and establish herself as a performer. Along the way she made many lifelong friends among the folk and beat scene. Her career of social activism, storytelling, teaching, learning, songwriting, collecting folk songs, performing, and recording has spanned six decades.

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  • Rosalie Sorrels, née à Boise le 24 juin 1933 est une chanteuse, guitariste, auteur-compositeur de musique folk américaine. Tout au long d'une carrière s’étalant sur six décennies, Rosalie Sorrels a chanté aux côtés de nombreux artistes, dont elle s'est fait des amis : Utah Phillips, Dave Van Ronk, Pete Seeger, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Hunter S. Thompson, et Studs Terkel, qui lui a écrit l'intérieur du livret de quelques-uns de sa vingtaine d'albums. Malvina Reynolds, dont elle reprit de nombreuses chansons sur l'album What does it mean to love?, est une influence majeure sur son travail (fr)
  • Rosalie Sorrels (born June 24, 1933) is an American folk singer-songwriter who resides in the mountains near Boise, Idaho. She began her public career as a singer and collector of traditional folksongs in the late 1950s. During the early 1960s she left her husband and began traveling and performing at music festivals and clubs throughout the United States. She and her five children traveled across the country as she worked to support her family and establish herself as a performer. Along the way she made many lifelong friends among the folk and beat scene. Her career of social activism, storytelling, teaching, learning, songwriting, collecting folk songs, performing, and recording has spanned six decades. (en)
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  • Rosalie Sorrels, née à Boise le 24 juin 1933 est une chanteuse, guitariste, auteur-compositeur de musique folk américaine. Tout au long d'une carrière s’étalant sur six décennies, Rosalie Sorrels a chanté aux côtés de nombreux artistes, dont elle s'est fait des amis : Utah Phillips, Dave Van Ronk, Pete Seeger, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Hunter S. Thompson, et Studs Terkel, qui lui a écrit l'intérieur du livret de quelques-uns de sa vingtaine d'albums. Malvina Reynolds, dont elle reprit de nombreuses chansons sur l'album What does it mean to love?, est une influence majeure sur son travail (fr)
  • Rosalie Sorrels (born June 24, 1933) is an American folk singer-songwriter who resides in the mountains near Boise, Idaho. She began her public career as a singer and collector of traditional folksongs in the late 1950s. During the early 1960s she left her husband and began traveling and performing at music festivals and clubs throughout the United States. She and her five children traveled across the country as she worked to support her family and establish herself as a performer. Along the way she made many lifelong friends among the folk and beat scene. Her career of social activism, storytelling, teaching, learning, songwriting, collecting folk songs, performing, and recording has spanned six decades. (en)
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