‘Ballad of an American’: Composer Earl Robinson and working-class culture

Earl Robinson’s music became a critical part of U.S. working-class culture in the 20th century. Best known for composing the music for songs like “The House I Live In,” “Joe Hill,” and “Black and White,” Robinson wrote many other songs for the stage and movies that will likely be familiar to some readers. Ballad of … Continue reading ‘Ballad of an American’: Composer Earl Robinson and working-class culture