- (There’s Always) One More Time / Liearrhea / The Rock (Fredericksburg’s Slave Auction Block) – Amelia Street Sessions
- Front Porch Blues
- Hungry Woman – Gaye Solo
- Blues for the Greens
- Saffire’s Documentary Film, Hot Flash, Clip #2
- Gaye w/Saffire: Bald Headed Blues
- Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On
- Gaye with son, Juno (Blue Mama Black Son): Big Ovaries, Baby!
- Gaye solo: Big Ovaries, Baby!
- Gaye solo: Deja Vu Blues
- Gaye solo: Queer Blues
- Gaye with Roddy Barnes (Neo-Classic Blues): Wild Women Don’t Worry
- Gaye’s Songwriting Workshop: Cold Pizza and Warm Beer
- Gaye’s Blues Vocal Performance Workshop: Drown In My Own Tears
- Gaye’s History of Women in the Blues Presentation
- Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs
- Are Gay Rights Civil Rights? – Similarities and Differences
- Gaye & The Wild Rutz perform “She Just Wants to Dance” at the National Women’s Music Festival
- Gaye’s “Death Letter Blues 2013” — for Trayvon’s Mom
- Gaye & The Wild Rutz doing “Giving You My Mojo”
- Public Justice Center
Virginia musician Gaye Todd Adegbalola was inspired by Romare Bearden’s collage, “Three Folk Musicians” to create a musical composition. Here she talks about her process and the blues genre of music. The song, “Front Porch Blues” was commissioned by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and accompanies the Bearden painting on exhibit at the museum.
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Blues for the Greens
From Gaye’s CD Blues in All Flavors – Video Created by Bill Green
In May 2011, Gaye was a part of the Public Justice Center’s (PJC) 25th Anniversary Celebration. PJC is a nonprofit legal advocacy organization in Baltimore, MD, that seeks to enforce and expand the rights of people who suffer injustice because of their poverty or discrimination. The celebration was a show, a full blown production with the common theme of Justice. Many songs were from the front lines of the civil rights and labor movements; others were original creations and all were woven into a script describing the impact and purpose of the PJC.
This video, created byDru Bynum and Jamie Campbell of Shine Creative captures the spirit, energy and message of that magical night.