Category — Music
By Keith “Fathom” Cross
Keith “Fathom” Cross: 100% Soul Vocalist; Full-Blooded Emcee; Aspiring Urban Farmer; Scholar; and, Brother to all that Exists.
This is a song about the freedom gained through growing your own. For me it is a dream which I’ve barely begun. I don’t yet have the land or the skills to make it a reality. With your support, I will get there, and continue to motivate others to do the same.
December 27, 2013 Comments Off on Home Grown: A song about the freedom gained through growing your own
I’m bout to plant some seeds,
I got a bunch of seeds in my pocket
Gardening is Awesome (A Thrift Shop Parody)
This music video idea was conceived, written, and performed by many of the City Green high school interns in the 2013 Growing Strong Summer Program. It was filmed at the learning garden at East Side Park in Paterson, NJ, and was made to promote healthy eating in urban areas.
September 3, 2013 Comments Off on New Jersey students make catchy music video about their garden
Who knew The Kang was a gardener too?
CNN Feb 1, 2013
T.I. and family teams up with CNN’s Dr. Sanja Gupta and Taja Sevelle of Urban Farming to plant a winter garden.
“How do you know when these things are ready to be picked?” asks a veggie-hungry T.I. The Atlanta rapper appeared alongside his kids on CNN’s Sanjay Gupta MD for a segment about winter gardening.
February 4, 2013 Comments Off on Gardening with rapper T.I.
Photo of Jean Elliott Manning, writer/composer.
Jean Elliott Manning writes, “This song is the finale of an entire musical I’ve written about how an urban lawn becomes a Food Farm. It’s called Daisy and the Wonder Weeds.” The songwriter is looking for a producer.
The Farm in My Front Yard
By J.E. Manning
Key of G major
Ever since I lost my job, I’m making other plans
Yes, I’m changing my direction,
Now I’m headed for the land
Time to get back to my roots; it shouldn’t be too hard
Walking out my own front door
to the farm in my front yard
Refrain: Diggy diggy don, do-si-do
Plant a little seed then watch it grow,
Eieieioh On the farm in my front yard
July 14, 2009 3 Comments