Episode 14: Cemetery Tourism in Philadelphia and Music by Dan Zlotnick

by Tanya D. Marsh | Death, et seq.

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 This hybrid episode combines Cemetery Tourism in Philadelphia and the music of recording artist Dan Zlotnick. 

In Part I, I discuss the history and some of the notable burials in Spruce Street Cemetery, the Old Pine Street Church churchyard, Christ Church churchyard and burial ground, the potter’s field in Washington Square, and Laurel Hill Cemetery.

In Part II, singer-songwriter Dan Zlotnick shares two original songs, “Day 2 for Dina,” and “The Man Who Died Here Saved Me,” as well as his covers of The Avett Brothers’ “The Greatest Sum” and the folk song “Hang Me, Oh Hang Me.”


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