Can folk music save the honeybee?

Where folk songs were once about miners and civil rights, the plight of the environment provides rich material today’s artists

Folk music has long gone hand in hand with political protest. From Pete Seeger’s 1959 rendition of the African American gospel We Shall Overcome, which became an anthem for the civil rights movement, to Dick Gaughan’s Ballad of ‘84, a clarion call for the Scottish miners’ strike, the combination of one singer and their guitar has had a potent effect on galvanising activists.

Now, folk is turning its attention to the bees.

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Source: The Guardian
Can folk music save the honeybee?