Folksingers. Protest singers. Troubadours. Thatâ€™s what we used to call them before Jac Holzmanâ€™s Elektra Records put out THE SINGER SONGWRITER PROJECT in 1965. The album featured four different US singer songwriters, with a style completely their own. David Cohen (aka David Blue), Dick (Richard) Farina, Bruce Murdoch and Patrick Sky. It took a while until the phrase was commonly used, but when Jackson Browne, Carole King, Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and others came along, in the late 60â€™s, early 70â€™s, everybody knew what a â€™singer songwriterâ€™ was. On September 4, 2015, HemifrÃ¥n pays tribute to both the phrase and this classic and historic album with â€Hidden Treasures â€“ Singer Songwriters From Homeâ€, featuring Bob Cheevers, Greg Copeland, Keith Miles and Barry Ollman, four highly acclaimed US singer songwriters whoâ€™s been around for years, yet still are some kind of â€™hidden treasuresâ€™.