Our newest full-length record ‘Today’s Not Yesterday is available now.
It’s hard to believe it’s been a whole year since Pete died, this year has been so full of him for us: his music, his legacy, his family and community. We sang his songs and our own for all five days of Seeger Fest in July, we sang them again at the 400,000-person-strong People’s Climate March in September, and again the next day at Flood Wall Street. We recorded his song “Quite Early Morning” with our dad for his upcoming album, and wrote our own Pete-inspired protest song “We Will Not Stop Singing,” which we recorded for our upcoming record. We sang “We Shall Overcome” at the November protests for Michael Brown and Eric Garner, and at the December candlelit vigil for NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu. Pete made his presence felt in 2014. Wherever there are people rising up together in song to sing out against injustice, Pete Seeger is there.
On Saturday, January 24 we had the privilege of watching the film that Lincoln Center Out of Doors made of their SeegerFest concert last summer, and joining our good friend, SeegerFest producer and Pete and Toshi’s grandson Kitama Cahill-Jackson, and folksinger Dan Zanes on a panel about the Seegers’ legacy and music.
Let’s keep Pete’s legacy alive in 2015, let us not stop singing.
We just received these great behind-the-scenes photographs of our video shoot for Who’s Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet by our talented friend and cousin Jonathan Chapin. It was a cold, cold day. Thanks so much to Jesse, Tracy, Na, Seth, and Jonathan for helping out and freezing your toes off with us!
xoxo Abigail and Lily
For more photos by Jonathan Chapin, make sure you visit his website.
And here’s the full music video for ‘Who’s Gonna Shoe…’ in case you missed it:
We visited Paper Magazine’s New York offices as the Everly Brothers and sang them some songs in their kitchen. Check out the PaperMag site to read the full article and listen to a couple other songs.
Our dear friend Fuzzy posted videos from our recent show at McCabe’s Guitar Shop in LA. Check out our version of If I Could Only Win Your Love by the Louvin Brothers and many more duets on Fuzzy’s youtube channel. Thank you to all who contributed to our kickstarter campaign and thank you Fuzzy!! We love you.
Abigail and Lily
While in LA, Abigail stopped by Zooey Deschanel’s house to sing a song The Chapin Sisters have been singing as part of our old-time country nights: The Louvin Brother’s ‘If I Could Only Win Your Love’. Have a look!