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Sat Mar 29 San Diego, CA

4190 Front Street
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego

Info: vinewman@ucsd.edu. Directions to the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego
Sat Apr 5
7:30 PM
Costa Mesa, CA

1259 Victoria Street
Orange Coat Concerts at Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church

Tickets: $20 in advance/$25 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free (free childcare provided with your reservation). Free parking. Season tickets (Borne Musique Zydeco 9/15, Three Flutes 11/3, Paul Robeson Tribute 3/1, emma’s revolution 4/5): $65.

Info: (714) 376-6666, MusicDirector@ocuuc.org or the Orange Coat Concerts website.
Sat Apr 12 Lexington, MA

The First Baptist Church
1580 Massachusetts Avenue
Phil Ochs Song Night at The Joyful Noise Coffeehouse

Info: 781-861-0142. The Joyful Noise Coffeehouse
Fri May 2 Marblehead, MA

UU Church of Marblehead
28 Mugford Street
The Me & Thee Coffeehouse

A double bill with Holly Near!

Info: Tickets $22 at 781-631-8987 or online at Me & Thee.
Sat May 17
7:00 PM
Charlottesville, VA

Gravity Lounge
103 South First Street

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!

Info: (434) 977-5590 and Gravity Lounge
Sun May 18
7:00 PM
Carrboro, NC

The Arts Center
300-G East Main Street

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!
Tickets: $30/$29 for Friends. Contact concerts@artscenterlive.org.

Info: The Arts Center
Mon May 19
7:00 PM
Charlotte, NC

Unity of Charlotte
401 E. Arrowood Road

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!
Sotto Voce opens. Tickets: $25, available by phone (704) 523-0062, email nancyennis@unityofcharlotte.com or by sending self addressed envelope, Attn: Holly Near Concert to the venue address (checks payable to “Unity of Charlotte”).

Info: Unity of Charlotte
Thu May 29
8:00 PM
Binghamton, NY

Night Eagle Cafe
200 State Street

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!

Info: Night Eagle Cafe Tickets: 607-217-7334 or online
Fri May 30
7:30 PM
Schenectady, NY

Eighth Step at Proctor’s (GE Theatre)
432 State Street

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!
Tickets: (518)346-6204 or Boxoffice@Proctors.org.

Info: Eighth Step
Sat May 31
8:00 PM
Rochester, NY

Hochstein Music Hall
50 N. Plymouth Ave

Holly Near with Emma’s Revolution: We’ll be accompanying Holly and doing a couple of our own songs!
Tickets: $25/$20 (student/senior) in advance and $30/$25 (student/senior) at the door.

Info: Heartland Concerts
Thu Jun 5
5:15 PM
Fairfax, VA

10th Annual Justice Studies Association Conference
The Bistro at George Mason University

Join activists, scholars, teachers, authors and more who are committed to restorative justice and to restoring justice throughout our communities. Our fourth year with JSA, this year’s theme starts with the election and includes the questions: “Is a just democracy possible? What kind of democracy do we need to work towards social justice?”

Info: Justice Studies Association
Thu Jun 19
8:00 PM
Washington, DC

Avalon Theater
5612 Connecticut Avenue
Info: 202-966-6000

We’ll be attending Special Advance Screening of “Finding Our Voices: Stories of American Dissent.” Our song, “Silence & Lies,” is used in this feature length documentary profiling the lives of eight courageous Americans from very different walks of life who have taken a stand against aggressive U.S. foreign policy. The film is narrated by Martin Sheen. Q & A to follow with producers and featured voices.

Info: Tickets $10, available at FindingOurVoices
Fri Jun 20
7:30 PM
Washington, DC

Official Campaign Launch Party for
Gordon Clark for US Congress
The Washington Ethical Society
7750 16th Street, NW

(Approx. 5 blocks into DC from
Washington/Silver Spring border,
near corner of Kalmia & 16th St)

Directions and Metro & bus info:
http://www.ethicalsociety.org/directions.php

Send a visionary to the US Congress! Gordon Clark, is a lifelong activist, advocate and community organizer whose campaign focuses on the crisis of global warming and its connection to our shrinking economy and the disastrous occupation of Iraq. Whether you’re a resident of the MD 8th Congressional District or not, join with the progessive community to create a powerful start to this campaign!


Refreshments, wine, beer, hors d’oeuvres and plenty of campaign excitement will be on hand, too. $10 suggested donation/no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.


Special bonus! – The Clark for Congress campaign is proud to promote local as well as national solutions to our energy and environmental challenges. Displays and expert information from the following local companies and organizations will be on hand: Energy Efficiency Experts (energy audits), Capital Sun Group (solar energy installation), Aquabarrel (makers of rain barrels) and Trees for the Future (a non-profit initiating and supporting agroforestry projects around the world).

Info: Clark for Congress
Sat Jun 21
7:30 PM
Lovettsville, VA

Concert for Equality Loudoun
St. James United Church of Christ
10 East Broad Way

Join us as we return to support the fantastic work of Equality Loudoun and the open and affirming community of St. James UCC! Tickets: $18 in advance; $25 in advance including Backstage Pass Party at 6pm!; $15 for Equality Loudoun and St. James UCC members and students (includes party!); $20 at door (concert only). Reservations encouraged, as space is limited.

To order tickets: contact joycobb1@juno.com. To donate an item or service for the Raffle and Silent Auction (benfitting Equality Loudon & St. James UCC), or to inquire about advertising in the program, contact outreach@stjamesucc-love.org or call 540.822.4814.

Info: Equality Loudoun
Sat Jun 28
8:00 PM
Bridgehampton, NY

Concert at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork
997 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpke

Tickets: $18 in advance – available at Canio’s Bookstore/$20 at the door

Info: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork or suepenny@optonline.net.
Sun Jun 29
10:30 AM
Bridgehampton, NY

Unitarian Universalist Congregation
of the South Fork
997 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpke

We’ll be singing at the “Celebrating Our Lives: Gay Pride Sunday” service.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork or suepenny@optonline.net.
Sat Jul 12 Tinmouth, VT

SolarFest 2008
Forget-Me-Not Farm
McNamara Road

Join us at this New England Renewable Energy Festival, with Dar Williams, Anais Mitchell and many more, for 3 days of three days of music on solar-powered stages and more than 50 workshops on all things activist and environmental.

Tickets: $35 weekend pass (Fri, Sat, Sun); $30 Sat-Sun; $25 Sunday only.

We lead our workshop, “Keep On Singing Loudly: The Power of Politics and Song,” on Sat from 12:30-1:30pm and perform on Sat. evening from 6:15-7:15pm, with percussionista extraordinaire, Robin Burdulis!

Info: SolarFest 2008
Sun Jul 20 Washington, DC

Trinity University
125 Michigan Ave NE

We’ll be performing on Sunday, but you can “Join the Peace Action network for a weekend (July 18-21st) of engaging workshops, discussions, action days, and networking opportunities to build the power of the peace movement as we organize to end the war in Iraq, stop a war on Iran, promote nuclear disarmament and mobilize the Peace Vote in 2008!”

Info: Peace Action
Thu Jul 24 Arlington, MA

Private Event

Fri Jul 25
8:00 PM
Portland, ME

Portland Yoga Studio
616 Congress Street
3rd Floor

Join us in Portland for a show at our friend’s yoga studio!

Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at door. For advance tickets, send check or money order (made to “emma’s revolution”) to Portland Yoga Studio, PO Box 5118, Portland, ME 04101

Please note, this event is not wheelchair accessible.

Info: sandy@emmasrevolution.com
Sat Jul 26 Blue Hill, ME

WERU Full Circle Fair
Blue Hill Fairgrounds

WERU rocks! And so does this fair. We’re excited to come back for our third performance.

Percussionista extraordinaire, Robin Burdulis joins us. We perform on the Grandstand Stage from 3-4:30pm.

Info: Full Circle Fair
Tue Aug 5 -
Sun Aug 10
Hart, MI

Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival

We’re performing our own set and a set with Holly Near on the Saturday Acoustic Stage, August 9th! Percussionista extraordinaire, Robin Burdulis joins us.

We’ll also be leading these workshops:

Finding Harmony Wed Aug 6th 3-4:30 pm

Songwriting? Yes You Can! Thur Aug 7th 3-5 pm

Songwriting? Yes You Can! Fri Aug 8th Noon-2 pm

Power of Politics and Song Fri Aug 8th 3-4:30 pm

Info: MichFest 2008
Fri Aug 22
7:00 PM
Baltimore, MD

St. John’s Church
2640 St. Paul Street (at E. 27th St.)

Memorial Concert for Utah Phillips
With Ryan Harvey and many more!
Details to come.

Info: ryanharvey@riseup.net
Thu Aug 28 -
Tue Sep 2
St. Paul, MN

TBA

We’ll be coming to town for the RNC counter-convention and related events! More info to come.

Mon Sep 1 St. Paul, MN

March on the RNC to Stop the War!

State Capitol

We’ll be arriving in St. Paul for events to counter the RNC. We’ll join in on this March at 1pm but don’t know yet if we’ll be part of the closing rally from 4-6pm. Stay tuned!

Info: March on the RNC
Thu Sep 4
1:00 PM
St. Paul, MN

Peace Island Picnic
Harriet Island

Celebrate Peace across the muddy Mississippi from the RNC!

Political art (Youth Against War and Racism, the American Friends Service Committee and more), kite flying, dancing, a human peace sign and music from folk to Brazilian to Persian! Performers include Tao Rodriquez Seeger, Sara Thomsen, Batucada do Norte, David Rovics, Larry Long, Robayat and many more.

We be part of the Round Robin starting from 4-5:30pm, doing a couple of songs on our own at 6pm, and then part of the Singalong right after that.

Free music, free art, free eats from 1-8pm!

Info:

Peace Island Picnic
tdg108@usiwireless.com
rossrowley@hotmail.com

Thu Sep 18
1:00 PM
Washington, DC

WPFW 89.3 FM
Pacifica Radio

We’ll be co-hosting “Sophie’s Parlor” with wonderful Parlor Collective Host, Nkenge Toure!

Listen from 1-3pm on air or at WPFW Online.

Info: WPFW
Sat Sep 20
7:30 PM
Germantown, MD

Sugarloaf Coffeehouse
Sugarloaf Congregation of Unitarian Universalists
16913 Germantown Rd

Tickets: $15 suggested donation. Refreshments and desserts served.

Info: 301-977-8952 or Sugarloaf Coffehouse
Mon Sep 22
7:00 PM
Charlottesville, VA

Ann Wright & emma’s revolution
Albemarle County Office Building
401 McIntire Road (at Preston Ave.)

Sponsored by the Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice

Retired US Army Colonel, Ann Wright, was one of the first State Department officials to resign in opposition to the Bush Administration’s invasion of Iraq and is one of our supersheros! Her book, “Dissent: Voices of Conscience,” tells the stories of “dozens of government insiders and active-duty military personnel who leaked documents, spoke out, resigned, or refused to deploy in protest of government actions they felt were illegal.”

Info: Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice and "Dissent: Voices of Conscience"
Tue Sep 23
6:00 PM
Washington, DC

Chevron Trial Fundraiser
for EarthRights International
and the Bowoto v. Chevron Legal Team

Bullfeathers of Capitol Hill
410 First Street SE

We are thrilled to be on the host committee for this fundraiser to support ERI’s upcoming trail against Chevron! ERI won a landmark lawsuit against Unocal Oil Corp on behalf of villagers in Burma that inspired our song, Silent No Longer. Now they’re taking their expertise to fight Chevron’s abuses in Nigeria.

Come meet the folks at ERI, hear about the upcoming Chevron trial and help raise money for justice! While the event is free, tax exempt donations are encouraged and will be requested at the event. Can’t make the party? Make a donation.

Info: Find out more at EarthRights International. RSVP to adrienne@earthrights.org or 202-460-5188 x108
Wed Sep 24
7:30 PM
Franklinton, NY

Gates Hill Church
Gates Hill Road

Organized by our friend, Sonny Ochs, (sister of the late songwriter, Phil Ochs). Join us for this benefit concert for a local Schoharie County peace & justice group. Tickets: $10 adults/$5 students & seniors.

Info: Gates Hill Road, Franklinton is a right turn off Route 145 - six miles south of Middleburgh. The church is approximately two miles up Gates Hill Road. Sonny Ochs.com
Thu Sep 25
7:30 PM
Poughkeepsie, NY

House Concert

Tickets: $20. Contact sandy@emmasrevolution.com for tickets & details.

Fri Sep 26
8:00 PM
New York, NY

Concert at The Community Church
of New York, Unitarian Universalist
40 East 35th Street

Suggested donations: $15 adults/$12 CCNY members/$10 youth, students (of all ages) and seniors/$30 families/no one turned away for lack of funds.

This space is handicapped accessible.

Info: Janice Marie Johnson at 212-683-4988 x 23, jmjohnson@ccny.org or Community Church of New York
Sat Sep 27
8:00 PM
Garden City, NY

Peace Weekend Benefit Concert
Unitarian Universalist Congregation
of Central Nassau
223 Stewart Avenue

Help build peace in the community by supporting Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Central Nassau! Tickets: $20

Peace Weekend events include activist speakers, tai chi, meditation, drum circle, peace fair and a Sunday service on “Peace and Tolerance” by the Rev. Hope Johnson.

Info: UUCCN Social Action Committee
Sun Sep 28
11:00 AM
Garden City, NY

Peace Weekend Service
Unitarian Universalist Congregation
of Central Nassau
223 Stewart Avenue

Peace Weekend events include activist speakers, tai chi, meditation, drum circle, peace fair and a Sunday service on “Peace and Tolerance” by the Rev. Hope Johnson.

Info: UUCCN Social Action Committee
Fri Oct 3
8:00 PM
Purcellville, VA

“Arts for Obama” Kickoff Celebration!
Franklin Park Arts Center
17501 Franklin Park Dr

Join us for this celebration concert to kickoff Loudoun County’s own “Arts for Obama” group, part of the National Arts for Obama Campaign. Tickets: $15 Adult, $8 Students.

Bring your friends and make sure they’re registered to vote – the deadline is October 6.

Info: To reserve tickets, call 540.338.7973 or 571 246 1845. For further info, contact Diana at artsforobama@gmail.com, 571.246.1845 or Loudoun Democrats.
Sat Oct 4
8:00 PM
Clinton, NY

Benefit Concert for the United Nations Association of the Upper Mohawk Valley
Kirkland Art Center
9 1/2 East Park Row
Clinton, New York 13323

Join us to support the UNA’s projects, including:
-Model UN programs in upstate NY schools & universities involving 600 students a year
-“Soup for Schools in South Africa” which feeds 1000 students each day in more than 20 schools
-“ACCESS” which is led by a local Sudanese refugee who is working to build a school in Southern Sudan
-Great Decisions series, involving yearly lectures by experts in many fields.

Info: Tickets: General Admission - $ 20. Students, Seniors and KAC members - $15. To reserve tickets, please contact Shirley at 315-534-9416.
Thu Oct 9
7:00 PM
Mount Rainer

Joe’s Movement Emporium
3309 Bunker Hill Rd.

Join us for a concert in our home town! Part of Joe’s annual Sweeping the Avenue Festival. Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door/no one turned away for lack of ability to pay.

Info: Joe's Movement Emporium
Sat Oct 11
8:00 PM
Pawtucket, RI

Phil Ochs Song Night
Stone Soup Coffee House

Join us for a night to celebrate the music of Phil Ochs with Magpie, Kim & Reggie Harris, John Flynn, David Roth, Greg Greenway and Phil’s sister, Sonny Ochs! Tickets: $16 adults/$8 kids

Info: Stone Soup Coffee House.
Sat Oct 18
8:00 PM
Watertown, MA

Benefit Concert
for United for Justice with Peace
St. John’s United Methodist Church
80 Mt. Auburn Street

Join us to celebrate and benefit United for Justice with Peace, a coalition of peace and justice organizations and community peace groups in the Greater Boston region.
Tickets: $20 in advance/$23 at the door.

Info: ujpcoalition@gmail.com, 617-491-4857 and United for Justice with Peace
Sun Oct 19
3:00 PM
Cleveland, OH

Loganberry Books
13015 Larchmere Blvd
Cleveland,OH 44120

Sing Out the Vote Ohio tour with Holly Near and friends!

Holly will be speaking on “Window of Opportunity : Choosing the One With Whom You Struggle.” We’ll join Holly on a song or two.

Info: 216-795-9800 and Holly Near
Sun Oct 19
4:00 PM
Northampton, MA

WXOJ-LP 103.3 FM
Listen online at Valley Free Radio

Our song, Vote is on the new compilation “Farewell to the Thief”, the final cd in the 4-compilation series that chronicles the stupidity, humor and horror of the Bush Years.

Johanna Halbeisen, host of “Sing About It!” on WXOJ-FM, will feature the cd and some of its performers on her show today. We, along with other guests George Mann, Anne Feeney and Magpie, will calling in throughout the show.

Info: Listen online at Valley Free Radio
Mon Oct 20
7:00 PM
Cleveland, OH

Pilgrim Church
2592 W. 14th Street
Cleveland, OH

“Sing Out the Vote: A Suite for Change”: With Holly Near, Laura Love, John McCutcheon, Wishing Chair, Vanessa and Tamara Torres, Roy Zimmerman, Deborah Van Kleef.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Tickets available at the church. Sliding Scale $15-25. VIP Seating first 3 rows $50-$100. More at Holly Near.
Tue Oct 21
6:30 PM
Kent, OH

The Kent Stage
175 East Main Street

“Sing Out the Vote: A Suite for Change”: With Holly Near, Laura Love, John McCutcheon, Wishing Chair, Vanessa and Tamara Torres, Roy Zimmerman, Andre dos Santos Morgan, Deborah Van Kleef.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Free! Donations accepted. More at Holly Near and The Kent Stage.
Wed Oct 22
7:00 PM
Columbus, OH

First Unitarian Church of Columbus
97 Weisheimer Road
Columbus, OH 43214

“Sing Out the Vote: Musical Rally”: With Holly Near, Laura Love, John McCutcheon, Wishing Chair, Vanessa and Tamara Torres, Roy Zimmerman, Andre dos Santos Morgan, Tory Trujillo, Poet on Watch.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Tickets: Available for Sale at First Unitarian Church on Sunday October 19, at Global Gallery (Short North and the new coffee shop near First UU) and Day of show. More at Holly Near.
Thu Oct 23
2:00 PM
Washington, DC

The Studios at XM Satellite Radio

We’ll be joining Greg Greenway, David Roth and the duo, Magpie, for a taping of the songs of Phil Ochs, hosted by Phil’s sister, Sonny Ochs. We’ll keep you posted on the broadcast date for this event.

Fri Oct 24
8:00 PM
Vienna, VA

Magpie & Mary Cliff
35th Year in Radio & Music
Anniversary Concert at
The Barns of Wolf Trap

Join us at this celebration concert to honor 35 years of music-making by our friends, folk duo Magpie, and radio-hosting by DC’s own, Mary Cliff. We’ll be joining Greg Greenway, David Roth and more to celebrate Magpie & Mary! Tickets: $18 online or by calling 877-WOLFTRAP

Info: Wolf Trap
Sun Oct 26
2:00 PM
Marietta, OH

Hermann Fine Arts Center Lobby
Marietta College

“Sing Out the Vote: Singing for Change”: A Musical Rally with Rev. Jim Rapp, M.C. With Holly Near, Laura Love, Wishing Chair, The Prince Myshkins, Andre dos Santos Morgan, Colleen Kattau, Anne Feeney, John McCutcheon.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Free! More at Holly Near
Mon Oct 27
7:30 PM
Cincinnati, OH

Mt Auburn Presbyterian Church
103 Wm H. Taft Road

“Sing Out the Vote Ohio: Mobilizing Women Like Never Before”: With Holly Near, Laura Love, Wishing Chair, The Prince Myshkins, Anne Feeney, Tracy Walker.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Presented by MUSE and Planned Parent hood Affiliates of Ohio. Ticket Information : 513-542-007. More at Holly Near
Tue Oct 28
7:30 PM
Dayton, OH

Canal Street Tavern
308 East 1st Street

“Sing Out the Vote Ohio: A Suite for Change”: With Holly Near, Laura Love, Wishing Chair, The Prince Myshkins, Anne Feeney.

Part of an 11-day tour with 19 activist performers organized by the incomparable, Holly Near, to encourage early voting and support Get-Out-the-Vote campaigns in the battleground state!

Info: Tickets Available at the Door. Doors Open at 6:30 PM. More at Holly Near
Thu Nov 6
9:45 AM
Lansing & East Lansing, MI

WLNZ Coffee Break
WLNZ 89.7FM
Lansing Public Radio

We’ll be on the air live for WLNZ Coffee Break. Listen on air, online or watch it on Comcast Cable on Channel 15 in Lansing and Channel 31 in East Lansing and Meridian Township at 9:00-10am with rebroadcasts at 2:00-3:00pm and 8:00-9:00pm.

Info: WLNZ
Fri Nov 7
7:30 PM
East Lansing, MI

Women in the Arts Festival
Edgewood United Church
469 N Hagadorn

Cosponsored by The Ten Pound Fiddle Coffee House

Join us for a post-election celebration (we hope!!) as we return to one of Pat’s old stomping grounds: East Lansing! This event is co-sponsored by Women in the Arts Festival and The Ten Pound Fiddle Coffeehouse. Tix: $15 general public/$12 Ten Pound Fiddle members.

Info: Women in the Arts Festival.
Sat Nov 8
11:00 AM
East Lansing, MI

Women in the Arts Festival Workshop
The Chapel
Edgewood United Church
469 N Hagadorn

Cosponsored by The Ten Pound Fiddle Coffee House

We’ll be leading our workshop, “Active Harmony”:

Your voice is a tool for social change! Explore keys to vocal empowerment, plus the relationship between finding or strengthening our voices and tapping into the power of community and movements for social justice. Expand your knowledge or come as a beginner as we learn, discuss and sing together.

This event is co-sponsored by Women in the Arts Festival and The Ten Pound Fiddle Coffeehouse.

Info: Women in the Arts Festival.
Sat Nov 15
1:00 PM
Washington, DC

Dream Bridge Benefit Concert
University of DC Auditorium
4200 Connecticut Ave NW

From 1-4pm

The Dream Bridge Project in Vietnam works with child victims of Agent Orange. An ongoing, economically and environmentally sustainable community center, music restaurant, and massage therapy center, the Dream Bridge Project is run with the help and for the benefit of disabled Vietnamese youth, in Cu-Chi district, Vietnam.

With international Andean folk band Wayno, Vietnamese pop singer Hai-Chi and the women’s Brazilian-style drum corps Batala! Washington, this concert is sponsored by the Washington Peace Center.

Tickets available in advance for $15, $10 for students and seniors ($20 and $15 on the day of the show). Further discounts and complimentary tickets are available upon request to individuals with disabilities and groups. Donors to the Dream Bridge Project ($100 and up) will receive complimentary concert tickets.

Info: 202/234-2000, Washington Peace Center
Thu Nov 20
6:30 PM
Atlanta, GA

Concert to Close the School of the Americas—
A Benefit for SOA Watch

Eyedrum Gallery
290 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr SE

Annual concert to support the work of SOAW, organized by the wonderful Elise Witt!

ATLANTA SEDITION ORCHESTRA http://www.atlantaseditionorchestra.org
CAROLINE AIKEN http://www.carolineaiken.com
VIENTOS DEL PUEBLO http://www.vientosdelpueblo.com
CHARLIE KING & KAREN BRANDOW http://www.charlieking.org
CHRIS CHANDLER http://www.chrischandler.org
JOE JENCKS http://www.joejencks.com
JON FROMER http://cdbaby.com/cd/fromer2
FRANCISCO HERRERA http://cdbaby.com/cd/fjherrera
PRINCE MYSHKINS http://www.princemyshkins.com
ALICE LOVELACE http://www.alicelovelace.com
THERESA DAVIS http://www.theresa-davis.com
MAURICE TURNER http://www.turnerworldaround.org
VOICES IN THE TREETOPS http://www.paulalarke.com
ANNE FEENEY http://www.annefeeney.com
CHESTNUT BROTHERS http://www.chestnutbrothers.com
ELISE WITT http://www.elisewitt.com
COLLEEN KATTAU http://www.colleenkattau.com w/Dave Pandori (percussion) & Jamie Yaman (sax)
NORMANDO ISMAY
HAIR OF THE DOG
and more…

Info: Admission: $5-25 Donation by Sliding Scale. Seating is limited, so please purchase tickets in advance. Proceeds from the concert support the work of SOA Watch. Tickets available at Charis Books and More, 1189 Euclid Ave. in Little 5 Points Eyedrum Gallery
Fri Nov 28
3:30 PM
North Miami Beach, FL

The Lumpy Sue Acoustic MusicFest
Greynolds Park
17530 W Dixie Hwy

We’ll be doing a set at Lumpy Sue starting at 3:30pm. Music from 11am to 5pm with a host of South Florida performers! Plus, raffle with great prizes—100% of proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami.

Info: The Lumpy Sue Acoustic MusicFest
Sat Dec 13 Takoma Park, MD

IVAW Benefit

Details to come.

NOTE 12/12/08: We have had a family emergency and will not be performing at this event. However, we hope you will still attend and support IVAW. Pls contact ryanharvey@riseup.net for location and time of event.

Info: Ryan Harvey