New Interview Series
Opening Doors is a new music and interview series, hosted by Alastair, which engages musical pioneers like Dom Flemons (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Rissi Palmer, Dan & Claudia Zanes, Vance Gilbert, Kelly Hall-Tompkins, and Pamela Meansin conversations about music and the work of anti-racism. The project is now expanding into live events too. Learn more HERE.
New Education Program
“Race and Song” is an exploration of history and current events through the lens of race –– and using the powerful tool of music. Alastair and folk music legend, Reggie Harris, rely on their years’ old friendship to discuss complicated issues of race, class, gender and history with intentionality and generosity of spirit. Together in musical conversation, they open up to each other and frame their lived experiences through music and the use of historical and family photos. Learn more HERE.
New Family Album
“Be a Pain” is a joyful, musical rallying cry for young (and old) leaders in these turbulent times. It looks to the heroes of our past and present to inspire our kids to move the ball forward. The album won a 2020 Parents’ Choice Gold Medal and Nora Guthrie (daughter of Woody Guthrie) said upon its release “How lucky we are to have Alastair Moock around these days! When too many adults are role modeling the pursuit of fame, fortune, or personal gain, Alastair’s songs encourage our kids to pursue goodness, kindness, awareness and courage. Adults might listen up!” Read more and order it HERE.