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Singer-Songwriter Rosalie Sorrels

The folk singer made a career as a musician after the breakup of her marriage. Now a resident of the Delaware Water Gap, she is helping raise money to fund a private investigation of a series of axe murders in that town. A member of the musical community, Eddie Joubert, was one of the victims. Sorrels performs some of her songs a cappella in studio.


Other segments from the episode on June 17, 1982

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 17, 1982: Interview with Rosalie Sorrels; Review of the Albums "Urban Bushmen" by The Art Ensemble of Chicago and "80 ̊below '82" by Air.


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