New material always flows out of John Gorka. The Minnesota-based singer-songwriter has come out with a new album on Red House Records called, "So Dark You See." It contains not only originals, but also some re-worked songs from the writers he's learned from over the years.
Gorka got his start in the music scene while working at a coffee house in Pennsylvania. Over the past 25 years or so, he's become known as one of the founders of the New Folk movement.
John Gorka stopped by the Radio Heartland studio to play some songs from his latest release.
Songs performed: "I Think of You," "Where No Monuments Stand" and "Ignorance And Privilege"
- John Gorka performs in The Current studios Gorka recorded his very first album, "I Know", on the Red House label back in 1987. He then signed with Windham Hill and recorded five more albums before returning to Red House for four more. John is currently recording new material for yet another Red House recording.
- John Gorka performs in The Current studios What do you do after 20 years as a singer-songwriter when you've recorded an armload of successful CDs, toured the country filling concert halls and coffee houses, and written hundreds of songs? You release a two-disc, high-quailty DVD set of some of your best songs, recorded in a theater in Los Angeles without an audience.
- John Gorka performs in studio It's been 18 years since John Gorka released his first recording. He's just released his first new record in three years on Red House Records, "Writing in the Margins" with some songs about love and war and hope for the future.