- Hot Soup sings - God Danced the Day You Were Born ~ on Youtube
- Here's the trio, HOT SOUP, singing an audience favorite, written by Andrew Lawrence ~
- Hot Soup sings Clear Blue Sky ~ on Youtube
"Clear Blue Sky" is written by Tom Kimmel & Johnsmith and arranged by Hot Soup! One of the many collected songs that has been "SOUPed Up!"It can be found on Hot Soup's CD "THE WAY YOU LIKE IT"
- Fall Down As The Rain - on YouTube
"Fall Down As The Rain" is written by Joe Crookston. Joining Hot Soup onstage are fellow performers Bet Williams, Siobhan Quinn and Rico Petruccelli in concert at Institute of Musical Traditions (www.imtfolk.org) Monday Night Concert, Rockville, MD, USA on Feb 2, 2009. This concert was a tribute to Vic Heyman, long-time and well-loved supporter of many folk musicians. As always, we gratefully thank the Maryland State Arts Council (www.msac.org), the Montgomery County Arts & Humanities Council (www.creativemoco.com), and all our other donors, supporters, and volunteers. Editing: Bob Frace © 2010 Institute of Musical Traditions
- Change Is - on Youtube
"Change Is" written by Jennie Avila (found on Hot Soup's CD, "The Way You Like It"). At The Institute of Musical Traditions (www.imtfolk.org) February 2, 2009, this concert was a tribute to Vic Heyman, who died on January 6th, 2009.
- SOUP on YouTube ;)
"SOUP" our theme song! (found on our CD, "SOUP HAPPENS") written by John McCutcheon/Appalsongs (ASCAP) and Si Kahn/Joe Hill Music (ASCAP) ©1995. Filmed by Ann Mayo Muir at the Galesville, MD Concert series.
- God Danced The Day You Were Born on YouTube
"God Danced The Day You Were Born" (found on the Hot Soup CD, "The Way You Like It") is written by Andrew Lawrence and performed here by Hot Soup accompanying themselves with 3 different sized "Ubangs" (handmade by Stephen Wright of Wright Hand Drums). At The Institute of Musical Traditions (www.imtfolk.org) February 2, 2009, this concert was a tribute to Vic Heyman, who died on January 6th, 2009. Vic and Reba encouraged and supported a lot of folk performers, many of whom were on stage at this performance.
- Hot Soup spills into the 21st Century!
April 26, 2010 — © 2010 SOUPer Music. What really goes on inside the SOUP-mobile as the trio goes from show to show? Do they really like each other? Do they really have fun? Does anyone really have the brain? We hope you enjoy this first look "into the bowl." A taste of the ingredients that make Hot Soup so yummy! Sue Trainor ~ at the wheel, Jennie Avila ~ with her fingers on the buttons (secretly wishing that she'd taken the time to shower) and Christina Muir in the middle of it all.
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Wishing you a harmonious day!
Christina, Sue and Jennie
- SueTrainor ~ Young Audiences Demo ~ on Youtube
This video was made by Young Audiences of Maryland to demo Sue Trainor's school assemblies and residencies. Check out more of Sue's teaching videos, educational programs, performances and CDs at her wbsite SueTrainor.com
- Black Hole by Christina Muir on Youtube
© Christina Muir sings a song she wrote entitled "Black Hole" accompanying herself on mountain dulcimer. It's a song of exploration of that infinitely mysterious place inside that is both terrifying and brimming with possibility. This dulcimer, built at Folkcraft Instruments, has been altered with the addition of some frets to facilitate playing in some different keys. "Black Hole" is not yet recorded on CD but Christina's solo CD ~ "FEET FIRST" ~ of original songs, played on both guitar and mountain dulcimer, can be sampled and purchased online at CD Baby.
- The Carpenter by Jennie Avila on YouTube
"The Carpenter" written and performed here by Jennie Avila and drumbuilder/percussionist Stephen Wright (on his "Ubang") as the duo Aca-Perco from Hagerstown, MD. Jennie is currently working on a regional Civil War music project for the Discovery Station in Hagerstown. Check out Jennie's CDs and solo & duo performances with Aca-Perco at JennieAvila.com & Aca-Perco.com. Filmed at The Shenandoah Coffeehouse Series benefit concert for Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers, April 10, 2010