LOS ANGELES (June 26, 2017) Angel City Press announces that Woody Guthrie L.A. 1937 to 1941 by Darryl Holter and William Deverell has earned a gold medal in the category of Performing Arts and Music (Adult Nonfiction) in the 19th annual Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Awards. The announcement[…]
Darryl Holter Book Review Woody Guthrie Annual Managing Editor: Will Kaufman, University of Central Lancashire The Woody Guthrie Annual is an open-access peer-reviewed journal containing the most up-to-date scholarship on Woody Guthrie, his work and his cultural and political significance. The journal is published once a year, between June and[…]
The Southern Cal Indie Book Sellers Association (SCIBA) Fall 2016 Trade Show is having its annual trade show today and tomorrow in North Hollywood. Darryl Holter will be doing a presentation on Woody Guthrie tonight at 6 pm. Darryl and William Deverell’s book, Woody Guthrie L.A. 1937 to 1941, was[…]
Woody Guthrie’s Years in Los Angeles by Los Angeles Review of Books Radio Hour featuring guests Darryl Holter and William Deverell From January 21, 2016: LARB discusses Woody Guthrie L.A.: 1937 to 1941, a chronicle of Guthrie’s formative years in Los Angeles, during which he not only experimented and refined his music but[…]
Power of the People, Pasadena Weekly Power of the People | Pasadena Weekly Singer-songwriter Darryl Holter and fellow historian William Deverell discuss their new book ‘Woody Guthrie L.A. 1937 to 1941’ and Holter performs at Grammy Museum Tuesday Article by By Bliss Bowen Pasadena Weekly 27 Feb 2016 Woody Guthrie’s been[…]
Folkworks Book Review of Woody Guthrie L.A.: 1937 to 1941 Woody Guthrie L.A.: 1937 to 1941 Darryl Holter and William Deverell $40.00 / 50+ vintage photos 208 pages / hardcover / 9″x9″ Preorder this book at http://www.angelcitypress.com/products/guth Folkworks Book Review of Woody Guthrie L.A.: 1937 to 1941 A Portrait of the[…]
When Woody Guthrie was the Troubadour of Los Angeles Los Angeles Daily News | Book Review: “Woody Guthrie L.A. 1937 to 1941” by Larry Wilson We associate Woody Guthrie, America’s greatest political troubadour and most prolific songwriter, with his Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle Dust Bowl roots, and with his later[…]
Darryl Holter grew up playing the guitar and singing country and rock and roll songs in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His current brand of Americana music draws from country, blues and folk traditions and often tells stories about people, places and events.
Besides his music, Holter has worked as an academic, a labor leader, an urban revitalization planner, and an entrepreneur. Darryl Holter is also a historian who has written on Woody Guthrie and a contributor to the Los Angeles Review of Books.