Higher Moral Ground

Sometimes there’s a man who makes stand.

Bobby Angel explains.

This is a farewell song to Superintendent John Donahue, a staunch defender of nature, and greatly admired by many. Stay tuned in after the song to hear Bobby Angel’s wide-ranging interview recounts the origin story of his breakthrough song Higher Moral Ground, including insights on John Donahue, the superintendent who inspired the song and how Cape Cod National Seashore, the Brooklyn Bridge and FDR all loom large in the song’s lyrical composition.