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The New York Times newspaper is the largest daily newspaper in the United States. The paper first covered Harry when he and his brothers were performing at the Village Gate in June of 1971.

Some of the content requires as a paid subscription, but much of the content is available for free at www.nyt.com Two other Chapin fan sites: The Harry Chapin Archive at www.harrychapin.com and Short Stories at www.halashby.co.uk/chapin have archived copies of some New York Times articles.

Notable articles

  • March 28, 1971 - Tubridy Makes Song Debut is one of two reviews that becomes the motivation for Harry's Mr. Tanner[1]
  • July 24, 1971 - Harry's performance at the Village Gate is favorably reviewed.[2]
  • July 25, 1971 - Harry and his brother band interviews the Chapin's in a piece that covers the family's music background.[3]
  • February 17, 1972 - Tubridy, a Bass-Baritone, Performs in 2d Recital Here is the second review on which Harry's Mr. Tanner is based.[4]
  • January 12, 1981 - Song: Harry Chapin's Stories is a review of one of the six proverbial 2000th concerts at the Bottom Line in New York City.[5]
  • July 15, 2001 - Jaime Chapin and Timothy Miller wedding coverage with pictures and interviews[6]

References

  1. "Tubridy Makes Song Debut" (PDF). New York Times. March 28, 1971. Retrieved 2011-03-13 . 
  2. Jahn, Mike (July 24, 1971). "Harry Chapin Sings Gorgeous Ballads". The New York Times: p. 16. Archived from the original on unknown. Retrieved 2010-04-24 . 
  3. Wilson, John S. (July 25, 1971). "Saga of a Brooklyn Heights Rock Group". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-04-24 . 
  4. Hughes, Allen (February 17, 1972). "Tubridy, a Bass-Baritone, Performs in 2d Recital Here" (PDF). New York Times. Retrieved 2011-03-13 . 
  5. Palmer, Robert (January 12, 1981). "Song: Harry Chapin's Stories". New York Times (New York, New York). Retrieved 2012-10-06 . 
  6. Watkins, Mel (July 15, 2001). "WEDDINGS: VOWS; Jaime Chapin and Timothy Miller". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-06-27 . 
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