Harriet AronowHarriet Udin Aronow grew up in a musical, activist, family.  Singing union, civil rights, and anti-war songs at home, picnics and parties, meetings, and demonstrations was part of the fabric of her upbringing.  In Boston and Cambridge she was part of the 1960s and 1970s folk scene and an officer in the Folk Song Society of Greater Boston.  After moving to Los Angeles, raising a family, and forging a career in health care research, she has come back into the more formal promoting of folk music through her volunteer involvement in the Ash Grove Foundation and Folkworks.  She plays several instruments, none very well, and mostly to accompany singing – her true passion.