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Sat Jan 8
12:15 PM
Medford, MA

“Something About the Women”
WMFO 91.5 FM
Tufts University, Medford, MA

We’ll be talking with Joann Keesey, this Saturday’s host on Something About the Women. The show runs from 11-1pm ET and you can expect us on around 12:15.

Listen in via streamline!

“Something About the Women” is a weekly women’s music radio program featuring music by women artists across a variety of musical genres. We’re dedicated to playing music by women who don’t get a lot of exposure on commercial radio.

Collectively run since 1973, Something About the Women may just be the longest running women’s radio show in the United States… maybe even the world!

Sun Jan 9
9:00 AM
Chestnut Hill, MA

“Truth & Justice Radio”
WZBC 90.3 fm
Boston College

Tune in to hear our interview on Peace & Justice Radio with hosts Steve Cornie and Stan Robinson. The show runs from 6-10am ET and we’ll be joining in around 9:00.

Join us via streamline!

“Four hours of spirited examination of warmaking, empire, corrupt justice, engineered poverty, lying politicians, jingoism, corporate criminality, and media disinformation.” Includes the award-winning segment “This Week in Palestine” at 8am.”

Fri Jan 14
8:00 PM
New London, CT

Friday Night Folk at All Souls
All Souls Unitarian Universalist Congregation
19 Jay Street

We’ll be sharing the evening with Geoff Kaufman, an old friend of ours who aptly describes his sound as “Acoustic music . . . with a pinch of salt.”

Tickets: $20 at the door, $18 online, $17 w/advance reservation, $10 student & youth.

Call (860) 443-0316, 9-2, Monday – Friday, for advance reservations or purchase your ticket online.

Info: e-mail
Sat Jan 15
8:00 PM
Stratford, CT

House Concert

Join us for a house concert in Stratford.

7pm reception to benefit The Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Bridgeport!

Concert $18 in advance/$20 at the door
Reception & Concert $30

Seating is limited, so get your tickets now!

Info: Email Peter & Ellen to purchase your advanced sale ticket.
Sun Jan 16
10:30 AM
Cambridge, MA

“Radio With a View”
WMBR 88.1 FM

Tune in to hear our interview on Radio With a View with host Marc Stern. The show runs from 10 – Noon ET and we’ll be joining in around 10:30.

Join us via streamline!

“Economic democracy, human rights, and other idealistic visions of the world. Truth and reconciliation and music to get your mind and body in sync.”

Sun Jan 16
7:00 PM
Charlotte, VT

House Concert
in the greater Burlington area

We’ll be performing a house concert at the Macauley’s.

Tickets are sold out: thanks and we’ll see you all on Sunday or next time we’re in the area!

Info: Email Bob for info.
Tue Jan 18
7:15 PM
Worcester, MA

“In the Tradition”
WCUW 91.3 FM

Join us on In the Tradition with host and friend, Jeff Boudreau. The show runs from 5-8pm ET and you can expect us on around 7:15.

Listen in via streamline!

“Traditional, Old Time, Original Folk Songs and Instrumentals. Some Folk-like lyrics from other genres, also Country Blues and Rags with some newer Acoustic Blues.”

Fri Jan 21
7:30 PM
Deptford, NJ

House Concert
in the Greater Philadelphia Area

Join us for a house concert dedicated to the memory of Sally’s parents, Lillian and George Willoughby: Quakers, lifelong activists and, as George used to say, “professional troublemakers.”

Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at the door/$8 youth.

Purchase tickets online below or by contacting Sally.

Deptford House Concert 1/21 Tickets

Street address will be provided upon purchase of tickets.

Info: Email Sally for more info.
Sat Jan 22
8:00 PM
Reading, MA

Ivy Chord Coffee House
Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading
239 Woburn Street

The Ivy Chord Coffee House is an evening of acoustic music and entertainment. The music is eclectic, to say the least, the specialty is music from the heart.

Tickets are $18 general admission, $16 students/seniors, pay what you can.

Info: Tickets and info: Ivy Chord Coffee House or call (781) 944-0494 (M-F, 9 am to noon).
Fri Jan 28
8:00 PM
Evanston, IL

Unitarian Church of Evanston
1330 Ridge Ave.

We’re excited to return to the Unitarian Church of Evanston for a concert!

Tickets are $22 at the door. Premier Ticket is $50 at the door, includes front row seating and pre-concert reception with performers, from 7:00 – 8:00pm.

For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: Email for more info.
Sat Jan 29
8:00 PM
Chicago, IL

WFMT 98.7 FM
5400 N. St. Louis Avenue

We’ll be joining host Rich Warren for Folkstage, an uninterrupted, one-hour live concert. Tune in!

Info: WFMT 98.7 FM
Sun Jan 30
10:45 AM
Kalamazoo, MI

People’s Church
1758 N. 10th Street

We’ll be performing at the morning service. All are welcome.

Info: People's Church
Sun Jan 30
7:00 PM
Kalamazoo, MI

People’s Church
1758 N. 10th Street

We’ll be performing a full concert this evening!

Tickets are $15 at the door. For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: Email Sue for info and advance tickets.
Fri Feb 4
7:30 PM
Providence, RI

Providence Friends Meeting House
99 Morris Ave.
(Corner of Olney St.)

Join us for a benefit concert for American Friends Service Committee-South East New England!

Tickets are $25 at the door/$18 for students & seniors.

For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: email for info
Sat Feb 5 Tulsa OK

Discussion and concert have been postponed due to snow!

Concert rescheduled for March 4th!

Info: Rev. Melinda Foster at 918-609-6292 or 918-693-0458
Sun Feb 6
3:00 PM
Iowa Public Radio

“The Folk Tree”
Iowa Public Radio

Tune in to hear our interview on The Folk Tree with host Karen Impola. The show runs from 1 – 5pm CT and the interview will be aired around 3pm.

Join us via streamline! The Folk Tree is part of Iowa Public Radio’s “Studio One” Service.

If you live in Iowa, you can tune into Ames/Des Moines 101.7 FM, Cedar Falls/Waterloo/Cedar Rapids 90.9 FM, Clear Lake/Mason City 91.5 FM, 1010 AM, Des Moines 88.9 FM, Dubuque 89.7 FM, 98.7 FM, Ottumwa 89.1 FM, and Quad Cities 91.1 FM, 94.5 FM, 102.1 FM

Fri Feb 11
7:30 PM
Des Moines, IA

First Unitarian Church of Des Moines
1800 Bell Avenue

Join us for a concert in Des Moines!

Tickets are $20 at the door.

For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but will be held for you at Will Call.

See you there!

Info: email
Sun Feb 13 Ames, IA

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Ames
1015 N. Hyland Ave.

We’ll be singing at the Sunday services at 9:30 and 11:30am.

Info: email
Tue Feb 15 Storm Lake, IA

Buena Vista University

We’ll participate in classes in the School of Social Science, Philosophy & Religion and meet students from the Amnesty International and Time Out organizations.

Info: Professor Swasti Bhattacharyya
Wed Feb 16 Storm Lake, IA

The Underground
Buena Vista University

We’ll participate in classes in the School of Social Science, Philosophy & Religion, plus give an evening performance as part of ACES (Academic & Cultural Events Series). Percussionista extraordinaire, Robin Burdulis, joins us.

Info: Professor Swasti Bhattacharyya
Sun Feb 20
9:00 PM
Jacksonville, FL

“Progressive Roots”
WJSJ 105.3 FM

We’ll be joining “Progressive Roots” with hosts Ken Connors and Cee Cee Severin. The show runs from 8-10pm ET and we’ll be on around 9pm.

Join us via streamline!

“Progressive Roots” is a radio program on North Florida’s Progressive Talk Radio Network airing Sunday evenings 8-10pm eastern time. Hosts Ken Connors and Cee Cee Severin play acoustic music with an orientation towards topical material with a left-leaning point of view.

Mon Feb 21
6:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

“Just Peace”
WRFG Radio Free Georgia 89.3 FM

Tune in to hear our interview on “Just Peace” with hosts Nadia Ali, Ph.D. and Heather Gray. “Just Peace” is a great progressive political affairs program! The show runs from 6-7pm ET.

Join us via streamline!

Tue Feb 22
7:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

“Alternative Perspectives”
WRFG Radio Free Georgia 89.3 FM

We’ll be joining “Alternative Perspectives” with host Betty Couvertier. The show runs from 7-8pm ET.

Join us via streamline!

“Alternative Perspectives”: News and interviews dedicated to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) communities.

Fri Feb 25
8:00 PM
Atlanta, GA

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
1911 Cliff Valley Way

Join us for a concert at UUCA. Fab drummer, Phyllis Free, joins us and The Pacha Mamas will do a guest set!

Tickets: $15 at the door. For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: email
Sat Feb 26
7:30 PM
Tallahassee FL

Peace Through Music

Unitarian Universalist Church of Tallahassee
2810 North Meridian Road

A concert in Tallahassee! Sponsored by Peace and Social Concerns Committee of the Tallahassee Friends Meeting.

Proceeds benefit ECHO, the largest faith based human services agency in Leon County serving over 20,000 people each year.

Tickets: $15 adults/$8 youth-senior-student at the door.

Info: Contact Susan Taylor by email or phone at 850-445-6052.
Wed Mar 2
9:00 AM
Carbondale, IL

“Isn’t It Queer “

WDBM 91.1 FM

We’re thrilled to be joining “Isn’t It Queer” with hosts Cade, Billy & Paulette. We’ll be talking about Saturday’s benefit concert for Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship HIV/AIDS Partnership in Zambia, news on what’s happened since our last visit to Carbondale in 2010, and chatting about strong inspirational lesbians to celebrate Women’s History Month.

The show runs from 9 – 9:30am CT.

Join us via streamline!

Thu Mar 3
7:00 PM
Searcy, AR

Underground Coffee House and Eatery
118 N Spruce St

“We Will Stand: Resisting Violence Hatred and Oppression”
Concert and Q & A Discussion

Free!

Info: Email Zachary for info.
Fri Mar 4
7:00 PM
Tulsa, OK

Fellowship Congregational Church UCC
2900 South Harvard Ave.

Join us for a benefit concert for the work of Open Table UCC, “a new open and affirming community of faith.”

Tickets: $20 at the door. For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: Rev. Melinda Foster at 918-609-6292 or 918-693-0458
Sat Mar 5
7:00 PM
Carbondale, IL

Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship
105 North Parrish Lane

2nd Annual Benefit Concert and Silent Auction for the Fellowship’s HIV/AIDS Partnership in Zambia. This year Cousin Andy’s Coffee House will be co-sponsoring the event.

Concert begins at 7:30pm. Come at 7pm for a silent auction of local art objects and fabrics, while enjoying a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.

Tickets: $18 at the door / no one turned away. For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: 618-201-4947 and Carbondale Unitarian Fellowship
Sun Mar 6 -
Mon Mar 7
Madison, WI!

TBA

We’re coming to Madison to support the people’s protests!

Info: Email
Mon Mar 7
9:00 AM
Madison, WI!

“Global Revolutions”

WORT FM Community Radio

We’re in Madison for the revolution, so it’s only appropriate that we’ll be singing on “Global Revolutions”!

Listen online!

Mon Mar 7
9:00 PM
Nevada City, CA

“Women’s Collective “

KVMR 89.5 FM

We are looking forward to joining Susan Schreiber on the “Women’s Collective”. We’ll be celebrating International Women’s Day!  The show runs from 8 – 10 pm PT and we’ll be joining in at 9pm.

Join us via streamline!

Tue Mar 8 Everywhere!

100th Celebration of International Women’s Day!

International Women’s Day (IWD) was first declared in 1910 with the first IWD event held in 1911. 2011 sees 100 years of International Women’s Day having been celebrated around the world. Widespread increased activity is anticipated globally on 8 March 2011 honouring 100 years of International Women’s Day.”

Create a celebration where you are!

Info: International Women’s Day
Wed Mar 9
10:15 AM
Nevada City, CA

“Folk Say”
KVMR Radio 89.5 FM

We’ll be joining our friend and longtime supporter, Che Greenwood on his show “Folk Say”. The show runs from 10am-12pm PT and we’ll be joining in around 10:15.

Join us via streamline!

Info: Folk Say: "Folk music .... letting the music make the show..."
Fri Mar 11
10:00 AM
Rochester & Ithaca, NY

“Open Tunings “

WRUR 88.5 FM (Rochester)
WITH 90.1 FM (Ithaca)

We are excited to be joining friend and host Scott Regan for a live in-studio visit on “Open Tunings”. The show runs from 9am – 12pm ET and we’ll be on around 10am.

If you don’t live in the area, Join us via streamline!

Rochester mornings are getting a new taste of music as host Scott Regan introduces you to an eclectic mix of rock, folk, acoustic, and categories of music that have yet to be defined.

Fri Mar 11
8:00 PM
Rochester, NY

20th Anniversary Concert for
Rochester Roots

First Unitarian Church
220 Winton Rd S

Rochester Roots is creating a locally sustainable food system that ensures community food security. Check out the “Healthy You!” video to see how “teachers, students, parents, neighbors, master gardeners and various community partners are transforming underutilized schoolyards into urban gardens!”

Dig In! to support Rochester Roots

Tickets: $25 at the door/$15 student and low income at the door.

Premier Ticket, includes front row table seating and pre-concert Wine and Hors d’Oeuvres Reception with Performers, from 6:30-7:30pm: $50 at the door.

For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

Info: Call Jan McDonald or Sue Mihalyi at 585-232-1463
Sat Mar 12
7:00 PM
Syracuse, NY

Benefit Concert for ArtRage Gallery
May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
3800 E Genesee St

Join us to support ArtRage and to celebrate the 100th Celebration of International Women’s Day with ArtRage’s exhibit, “Women Rockin’ the World!”. The doors open at 7pm with reception featuring local women’s groups and the concert begins at 8pm.

The concert is a double-bill with the wonderful Colleen Kattau and her trio, “The Guys!”

Tickets: $15 in advance/$20 at the door. Advance tickets are available at ArtRage Gallery (505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse, NY – 315.218.5711), by email or online at ArtRageGallery.org.

Info: email
Sun Mar 13
4:00 PM
Washington DC

Busboys & Poets @ 5th and K
1025 5th Street NW

Fundraiser for the Bradley Manning Legal Defense Fund! With music, speakers, including whistleblower Jesselyn Raddack, and Kevin Zeese of the Bradley Manning Support Network, and a silent auction.

From StandWithBrad.org: “We only know these crimes took place because insiders blew the whistle at great personal risk … Government whistleblowers are part of a healthy democracy and must be protected from reprisal,” noted Barack Obama while on the campaign trail in 2008. While the President was referring to the Bush Administration’s use of phone companies to illegally spy on Americans, Pfc. Manning’s alleged actions are just as noteworthy. If the military charges against him are accurate, they show that he had a reasonable belief that war crimes were being covered up, and that he took action based on a crisis of conscience. . . If Bradley Manning is indeed the source of these materials, the nation owes him our gratitude.”

Instead, Bradley Manning has been held in solitary confinement in Quantico, VA for nearly 250 days.

We stand for truth, for government transparency, and for an end to our tax-dollars funding endless occupation abroad… We stand with accused whistle-blower US Army Pfc. Bradley Manning!

Info: Pete Perry
Mon Mar 14
6:30 PM
Berkeley, CA

Pauley Ballroom
Student Union Building
University of California
Bancroft at Telegraph

We sing at the 25th Anniversary Celebration of Tikkun Magazine!

The Tikkun Award will be presented to, among others: Justice Richard Goldstone, South African jurist who conducted the UN investigation into human rights abuses in Rwanda, Bosnia, and in Gaza; Congressman Raul Grijalva, leading voice in Congress for immigrant rights; Naomi Newman, co-founder, The Jewish Theatre; and, Sheikh Hamza Yusuf, Muslim theologian and a founder of the Islamic Zaytuna College.

Info: Sponsored by Tikkun Magazine and The Network of Spiritual Progressives
Tue Mar 15
4:30 PM
Nevada City, CA

“Tuesday Music Magazine”

KVMR 89.5 FM

We are excited to join fellow activist, friend and supershero Elisa Parker on “Tuesday Music Magazine”. The show runs from 4-6pm pm PT and we’ll be joining in at 4:30.

Elisa also co-host the radio program “See Jane Do”, a program that captures the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet. AND, is one of the organizers for the extraordinary conference “Passion Into Action Conference”!

Join us via streamline!

Tue Mar 15
7:30 PM
Oakland, CA

House Concert

Join us for a house concert in Oakland (Piedmont), CA.

Tickets are $20 at door. For information, email Vicki.

Please note: If you purchased advance tickets online, tickets were not mailed out, but your name has been added to the attendance list.

Info: Email for more information!
Fri Mar 18
5:00 PM
Ashland, OR

“Latitude 42”
KSKQ 94.9 FM

We’ll be joining Carson Bench, on his show Latitude 42. The show runs from 4pm-6pm PT and we’ll be joining in around 5:00.

Join us via streamline!

Info: "Host Carson Bench takes care of station business and plays great music. Horizons, not boundaries are what this show is all about." Ashland sits on Latitude 42, hence the name of the show.
Sat Mar 19
12:30 PM
Grass Valley, CA

Global Day of Action
Peace March and Rally with Cindy Sheehan
The Union Newspaper
464 Sutton Way

Update 3/18/11: Our concert in Grass Valley was postponed due to the weather, so we won’t be there to sing at the demo on Saturday. Stay tuned for rescheduled concert date!

The Peace Center of Nevada County’s “Peace March and Rally on March 19, 2011, the Global Day of Action to mark the 9th year of US occupation in the Middle East.” The wonderful peace activist and peace mom, Cindy Sheehan, will speak!

The Day of Action continues with a march to the Army and Navy Recruiting Center and a “protest on both sides of the Bridge, where we will be visible to all traffic.” Cindy Sheehan will speak at the Sierra Mountain Coffee Roasters and will open the floor to questions and answers. “The public is asked to carry colorful and creative signs, and to bring drums, puppets and props.”

Info: Sponsored by the Peace Center of Nevada County. Call 575-8790 or 265-0200 to get involved.
Sat Mar 19
8:00 PM
Ashland, OR

Unitarian Center
87 4th Street (corner of 4th and C Streets)

Concert! The Rouge Valley Peace Choir Ensemble opens the evening!

Tickets: $18 in advance, $20 at the door, $10 for teens 12-17, children under 12 are free with paying adult. St. Clair Events

Info: (541) 535-3562 or email
Sun Mar 20
10:30 AM
Ashland, OR

Unity in Ashland
at
Havurah Shir Hadash
185 N. Mountain Ave.

We’ll be singing as part of the Sunday morning service. All are welcome.

Info: Unity in Ashland
Sun Mar 20
3:00 PM
Ashland, OR

Unitarian Center
87 4th Street (corner of 4th and C Streets)

Intuitive Songwriting Workshop: Explore your inner lyrics and melodies through warm-up and creativity exercises that will help you to be open to your songs. We guarantee you’ll surprise yourself!

Tickets: $25. St. Clair Events

Info: (541) 535-3562 or email
Thu Mar 24
8:00 AM
Irvine, CA

“Activism for Amateurs”

KUCI 88.9 FM

We’ll be joining Lauren Quijano, on her show Activism for Amateurs.

Join us via streamline!

Info: "Activism for Amateurs is a talk show for student leaders and youth activists who want social and political change in their campus and community.Listen for guest speakers, inspirational stories, current issues and events, and tips and tidbits on how to be a better leader, BECAUSE YOU WANT TO BE!
Fri Mar 25
8:00 PM
Solana Beach, CA

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito
1036 Solana Drive

Join us for concert in the beautiful sanctuary at UUFSD!

Tickets: $20 at the door. For folks who purchased advance tickets, please note, physical tickets were not sent to you, but your name will be on a list at the door.

See you there!

Info: Contact Lisa Shaffer by email (preferred) or phone at (760) 518-0533.
Sun Mar 27
11:00 AM
San Luis Obispo, CA

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of San Luis Obispo County

2074 Parker Street

We’ll be singing at the service. All are welcome!

Info: email
Sun Mar 27
7:00 PM
San Luis Obispo, CA

House Concert

Tickets for this concert are sold out . . . so come to our second SLO house concert on, Thursday, March 31st!

Info: Sandy
Wed Mar 30
7:00 PM
Los Angeles, CA

“Feminist Magazine”

Pacifica Radio
KPFK 90.7 FM – Los Angeles
KPFK 98.7 FM – Santa Barbara

We are very excited to be joining Feminist Magazine with host Lynn Ballen!

Join us via streamline!

Info: Feminist Magazine is the weekly Southern California radio show of news, views, politics and culture with a feminist perspective. Listen Wednesday evenings from 7PM to 8PM on KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, on 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara, and streaming live on KPFK.org. Feminist Magazine is produced by a group of women volunteers. Join us each week for dynamic discussions with a variety of lively hosts and guests.
Thu Mar 31
7:00 PM
San Luis Obispo, CA

House Concert

Our first SLO house concert sold out, so we added a second one.

Now, this one is sold out, too. Thanks SLO!

(We’ll find a bigger venue for next year. Sign up on our emailing list so we can let you know about it.)

Info: Rev Sean Dennison
Sat Apr 2
7:30 PM
Costa Mesa, CA

Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church
1259 Victoria Street

We are looking forward to returning to the eclectic Orange Coast Concerts series.

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door, children 12 and under admitted free

Purchase advance tickets online

Info: 949-829-1752
Sun Apr 3 Box Canyon, CA

House Concert

Join us for a house concert north of LA!

3pm: Gather for a potluck; Bring a dish or beverage to share.
4pm: Concert

Tickets are $15 in advance/$18 at door. Advance tickets available through Salkana or via Paypal, here.

Box Canyon House Concert 4/3 Tickets

Please note: When purchasing advance tickets online, your tickets will be held for you, for pickup at the door, the night of the show.

Info: Salkana
Fri Apr 8
12:30 PM

“Peace and Social Justice”
KZFR

We’ll be calling in to join hosts, Laurel Avalon and Beau Grosscup on Peace and Social Justice. The program runs from 11:30 – 1pm (Pacific Time) and we will be on around 12:30.

Listen in Chico, CA on 90.1FM or join us from anywhere via streamline!

Info: "Join Laurel or Beau each week for the latest information on the status of peace and social justice in our community, nation and planet. Laurel and Beau use commentary, satire, and enlightening interviews to keep you well informed. Tune into Peace and Social Justice –your activist hotline! Right here on KZFR."
Fri Apr 8
6:00 PM

“Bread and Roses”
KBOO

We’ll be calling in to join host, Lela Prewitt, on Bread and Roses.

The topic for the evening is activism—peace, labor, environmental—past and present.   With challenges to the rights of workers across the US, a nuclear crisis in Japan, and a new war in Libya, where have we been and where do we go from here?  Callers are invited to call and join the discussion.

Listen in Oregon on 90.7 FM in Portland, 100.7 FM in Corvallis, and 91.9 FM in Hood River or join us from anywhere via streamline!

Info: "Bread & Roses is a collective of women offering quality feminist public affairs programming. Like KBOO, Bread & Roses places an emphasis on providing a forum for unpopular, controversial and neglected issues."
Fri Apr 8
7:30 PM
Grass Valley, CA

Unitarian Universalist Community Of The Mountains
246 South Church Street

We were snowed out in March, so we’re coming back in April!

Tickets: $17 at the door.

Co-sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains and Peace Center of Nevada County

Tickets from the snowed-out March 18th show will be honored at the door on April 8th.

The Peace Center says: “If you are unable to attend the April 8 concert, please give your tickets to a friend, or consider making the purchase price a donation. If you wish to have your tickets refunded, please contact the Peace Center at 530-265-0200 or email. Please let us know if you are not able to attend on April 8 so we will know how many people to expect for the concert. We appreciate your support.”

Info: Carol Ann Jones
Sat Apr 9
7:30 PM
Chico, CA

First Baptist Church
850 Palmetto Avenue

Full concert sponsored by the Chico Peace and Justice Center!

Tickets: $15 in advance / $18 at the door.

Purchase advance tickets at: Chico Peace and Justice Center (526 Broadway), Lyon Books (121 W. 5th St.) or via Paypal here:

First Baptist Church – Chico, CA 4/9/11

Please note: Tickets purchased online will be held at Will Call, for pickup the night of the show.

Info: Contact the Chico Peace and Justice center at 530-893-9078.
Sun Apr 17
7:00 PM
Alexandria, VA

Artists for the Climate
Crowne Plaza Hotel
901 N. Fairfax Street

We are excited to be part of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network’s fifth annual “Artists for the Climate” event!

7-9pm: With poetry from E. Ethelbert Miller, words from Bill McKibben and Janisse Ray, and music from a cappella group SongRise. Tickets: $15 general admission/$10 students.

9-10pm: Silent march to the Potomac River coal-fired power plant for a candlelight vigil. The plant is three blocks from the hotel and contributes more than a million tons of carbon pollution to our air each year.

6-7pm: Meet and greet reception with all the artists. Enjoy food and drinks. Get a 50% discount off the latest books of E. Ethelbert Miller, Bill McKibben and Janisse Ray and have them personally signed by the authors. Your reception ticket also gets you into the main 7:00pm event. Tickets: $100

Info: Artists for the Climate
Fri Apr 29 On-Air

“Morning Edition”
WNIN / NPR

A pre-recorded interview WNIN’s Morning Edition host/producer, Micah Schweizer.

The interview will be aired at 7:30 am and 4:44 pm (central time). If you are in the Evansville IN area, you can listen in at 88.3 FM or join us from anywhere via streamline!

Fri Apr 29
7:00 PM
Owensboro, KY

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Owensboro
1221 Cedar Street

Join us for an Earth Day Celebration Concert!

Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door. Purchase your tickets by calling (270) 683-1462, email, or by PayPal, here:

UU Congregation of Owensboro 4/29/11

Please note: When purchasing advance tickets online, your tickets will be held your pickup at the door the night of the show.

Info: Contact Rev. Claudia Ramisch email or phone at (270) 683-1462.
Tue May 3

Everywhere

Pete Seeger’s Birthday!

Tue May 3
6:00 PM
Washington, DC

Bread & Roses Labor Series
Busboys & Poets
5th & K Streets NW

We’ll perform as part of the monthly Bread & Roses Labor Series: “Exploring the Intersection of Labor, Arts & Culture” through film shorts, spoken word, and live music.

This event will feature labor-related poetry, film shorts from the finalists of the “LabourStart” Video Contest, and live music by the DC Labor Chorus and Emma’s Revolution. Emcee Darryl! L.C. Moch of the Labor Heritage Foundation will teach and lead the audience in a few community labor songs.

FREE and open to all!

Info: Busboys & Poets
Fri May 6 -
Sat May 7
Washington, DC

National Progressive Dialogue
Strategy Meeting

We’ll be participating in these meetings with leaders of the peace & justice community from around the country.

Thu May 12
4:00 PM
New York, NY

“On May 12: Make Big Banks and Millionaires Pay”
Wall Street

NB 5/8/11: We’re not going to be able to make it up to NYC to join you all in the streets. Thanks for bringing our spirits with you to Make the Banks Pay!

“The Big Banks crashed our economy, destroying jobs, foreclosing on millions of homes and wrecking cities and states budgets across the country. After trillions in taxpayer funded bailouts, Wall Street is making billions in profits and giving away record bonuses to CEOs . . . Enough is Enough.

On Thursday May 12, 2011 we’ll be bringing some of that spirit of Wisconsin to Wall Street when thousands of people, from all walks of life, converge in a unique and inspiring action in the heart of the financial world — Wall Street. Join us — because it’s time to make the Big Banks and Millionaires pay!”

More about the week’s actions organized by a coalition of community, labor, and progressive groups.

Info: "On May 12: Make Big Banks and Millionaires Pay"
Fri May 13
7:30 PM
Mount Rainier, MD

Joe’s Movement Emporium
3309 Bunker Hill Road

A special show in our hometown! Wonderful drummer/percussionist, Ken Quam, joins us and SongRise will open the show.

Tickets are $15 adults, $7 ages 17 and under, no one turned away, doors open at 7:00 pm.

Joe’s Movement Emporium is the studio facility of World Arts Focus, a non-profit organization that brings artists and communities together to study the arts, experience performances, and encourage the preservation of cultural performance traditions.

Info: Joe's Movement Emporium on Facebook.
Office phone number (301) 699-1819.
Sun May 15 -
Wed May 18
Topagana, CA

Little Orchard

RECORDING THE NEW CD!!

We’re returning to the Little Orchard to record our new cd with wonderful producer and multi-instrumentalist, James McVay (that’s Jimmy on lap steel, mandolin, bass, electric and baritone guitars on “roots, rock & revolution”).

Basic tracks this week, with awesome drummer and the sweetest man in rock n’ roll, Doane Perry (Doane recorded “roots, rock & revolution” with us but perhaps you’ve also heard of his other band, Jethro Tull?) and fab bassist, Jennifer Condos (oh, you know, you’ve heard her with folks like Stevie Nicks, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Don Henley and Ray LaMontagne). Wow!

Fri May 20
7:30 PM
Union, ME

House Concert

Join us for a springtime house concert in Maine!

SOLD OUT!

Please bring pillows or a folding chair to sit on. Some seating is available if you need it.

Please note: For those who have purchased tickets online, your tickets will be at the door the night of the show.

Info: email
Sat May 21
7:30 PM
Brockton, MA

Javawocky Coffeehouse
Universalist Unitarian Church of Brockton
325 West Elm Street

We’re excited to be performing at this attractive venue that celebrates traditional and contemporary folk music.

Tickets are $15 in advance/$18 at the door/pay what you can. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Purchase advance tickets online

Info: email or call (781) 718-3041
Sun May 22
3:00 PM
Boston, MA

Private Event

We’ll be singing as part of the ordination of a creative and caring member of the The Choir!

Fri May 27 -
Mon May 30
Kerhonkson, NY

Folk Music Society of NY
Spring Weekend of Folk Music

Hudson Valley Resort & Spa
400 Granite Road

We’re excited to return to the Folk Music Society of NY’s “Spring Weekend of Folk Music.” We’ll perform on Friday and Saturday nights and present workshops, too.

FMSNY says: “Join us for a relaxed Memorial Day weekend of music, camaraderie, and fun. There will be workshops, classes, concerts, a dance with the Pinewoods Pick-up Band, and plenty of time for informal jamming and singing.

With Pat Humphries and Sandy O, who were a big hit on our 2004 weekend; Larry Hanks and Deborah Robins-Hanks, outstanding American tradition-based musicians who reside on the West Coast and seldom venture East; Sarah Underhill who lives in the Hudson Valley and has an extensive repertoire of traditional song of Scotland, Ireland, Northern England and North America; and John Krumm is our dance caller (and will doubtless be in other workshops).”

Info: Folk Music Society of NY
Sat Jun 4
7:00 PM
Norfolk, VA

Unitarian Church of Norfolk
739 Yarmouth Street

Concert! Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Church of Norfolk.

Tickets are $12 in advance/$15 at the door/$8 youth-senior-student at the door.

Purchase advance tickets by email or via PayPal, here:

Unitarian Church of Norfolk – 6/4/11

Please note: Tickets purchased online will be held at Will Call, for pickup the night of the show.

Info: Marcia Slosser
Mon Jun 13 -
Mon Jun 20
Topanga, CA

Little Orchard

RECORDING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll return to the Little Orchard to finish up the new cd with wonderful producer and multi-instrumentalist, James McVay (that’s Jimmy on lap steel, mandolin, bass, electric and baritone guitars on “roots, rock & revolution”).

Overdubs, mixing and mastering this week, with fantastic pianist/keyboardist/accordionisto, Gary Johnson of Conjunto Jardin (check Gary out on 8 of the songs on “roots, rock & revolution”) and more special guests to be revealed!

Sat Jun 18 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard

RECORDING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll return to the Little Orchard to finish up the new cd with wonderful producer and multi-instrumentalist, James McVay (that’s Jimmy on lap steel, mandolin, bass, electric and baritone guitars on “roots, rock & revolution”).

Overdubs, mixing and mastering this week, with fantastic pianist/keyboardist/accordionisto, Gary Johnson of Conjunto Jardin (check Gary out on 8 of the songs on “roots, rock & revolution”) and more special guests to be revealed!

Sun Jun 19 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard

RECORDING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll return to the Little Orchard to finish up the new cd with wonderful producer and multi-instrumentalist, James McVay (that’s Jimmy on lap steel, mandolin, bass, electric and baritone guitars on “roots, rock & revolution”).

Overdubs, mixing and mastering this week, with fantastic pianist/keyboardist/accordionisto, Gary Johnson of Conjunto Jardin (check Gary out on 8 of the songs on “roots, rock & revolution”) and more special guests to be revealed!

Mon Jun 20 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard

RECORDING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll return to the Little Orchard to finish up the new cd with wonderful producer and multi-instrumentalist, James McVay (that’s Jimmy on lap steel, mandolin, bass, electric and baritone guitars on “roots, rock & revolution”).

Overdubs, mixing and mastering this week, with fantastic pianist/keyboardist/accordionisto, Gary Johnson of Conjunto Jardin (check Gary out on 8 of the songs on “roots, rock & revolution”) and more special guests to be revealed!

Wed Jun 22 -
Sun Jun 26
Charlotte, NC

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the merger of American Unitarian Association & Universalist Church of America

We’ll have a booth in the Exhibit Hall (#1021) and we will perform Friday at 12:30pm at the International Resources Booth in the Exhibit Hall (#612) and at the Saturday morning worship service.

Look forward to seeing UU friends from across the country!

Info: Sandy
Thu Jun 23 Charlotte, NC

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the merger of American Unitarian Association & Universalist Church of America

We’ll have a booth in the Exhibit Hall (#1021) and we will perform Friday at 12:30pm at the International Resources Booth in the Exhibit Hall (#612) and at the Saturday morning worship service.

Look forward to seeing UU friends from across the country!

Info: Sandy
Fri Jun 24 Charlotte, NC

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the merger of American Unitarian Association & Universalist Church of America

We’ll have a booth in the Exhibit Hall (#1021) and we will perform Friday at 12:30pm at the International Resources Booth in the Exhibit Hall (#612) and at the Saturday morning worship service.

Look forward to seeing UU friends from across the country!

Info: Sandy
Sat Jun 25 Charlotte, NC

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the merger of American Unitarian Association & Universalist Church of America

We’ll have a booth in the Exhibit Hall (#1021) and we will perform at the Saturday morning worship service.

Look forward to seeing UU friends from across the country!

Info: Sandy
Sun Jun 26 Charlotte, NC

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly

Marking the 50th Anniversary of the merger of American Unitarian Association & Universalist Church of America

Catch us at our booth in the Exhibit Hall (#1021)!

We look forward to seeing UU friends from across the country!

Info: Sandy
Sat Jul 2 Washington, DC

Starvin’ for Justice 2011
The 18th Annual Fast & Vigil to End the Death Penalty
June 28-July 2nd
U.S. Supreme Court Building

Join activists from across the country at this annual fast & vigil to maintain a presence at the Supreme Court between the anniversaries of these dates:

-June 29, 1972: Furman v. Georgia decision in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the death penalty unconstitutional because it was “found to be applied in an arbitrary and capricious manner.”

-July 2, 1976: Supreme Court’s Gregg v. Georgia decision in which “new death penalty laws were upheld and state-sponsored prisoner killings were allowed to resume.”

We’ll be singing at 8pm. Come at 6pm to hear this evening’s speakers!

Check here for the full daily schedule.

Info: The Abolitionist Action Committee
Sat Jul 9
7:30 PM
Stony Point, NY

The Community of Living Traditions
Stony Point Center

Join us for a concert for the Farm the Land Grow the Spirit Internship at this “multifaith community dedicated to the study and practice of nonviolence and activism”!

Tickets $15 in advance/$18 at the door.

Purchase advance tickets via PayPal, here:

Stony Point Center – 7/9/11

Please note: Tickets purchased online will be held at Will Call, for pickup the night of the show.

Info: Sandy O
Sun Jul 10
11:00 AM
Amherst, MA

Common Good Festival
Town Common
11am – 7pm

Join us for this festival launch of the Common Good Economy, “a revolution with a bank!” With Kim & Reggie Harris, Joseph FireCrow, Tom Neilson & Rebel Alliance. Plus, food, crafts, family fun, games, prizes & more.

“Common Good Finance™ creates democratic, community-based economic solutions for sustainability, economic justice, and the good of all. Without democratic economics, communities are at the mercy of big business and distant government. We need a way to plan and invest locally, for thriving local economies and a sustainable future.

So we designed Common Good Bank™ as the framework for a community-based democratic economic system that can also compete effectively within the current economic system. This design combines the spirit of a credit union with the power and growth potential of a stock savings bank.

It’s our community. It’s our bank. It’s our future. Real democracy. Real money. Real power.”

Sounds good to us!

Info: Common Good Economy
Wed Jul 13 -
Sun Jul 17
Okemah, OK

The 14th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

We’re thrilled to be performing at WoodyFest 2011!

“This is a FREE Festival! All Venues are FREE to the Public!”

We perform on the mainstage on Friday at 2pm, with Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) and Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar) joining us. And we’ll be debuting our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Hope to see you there.

Info: The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Thu Jul 14 Okemah, OK

The 14th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

We’re thrilled to be performing at WoodyFest 2011!

“This is a FREE Festival! All Venues are FREE to the Public!”

We perform on the mainstage on Friday at 2pm, with Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) and Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar) joining us. And we’ll be debuting our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Hope to see you there.

Info: The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Fri Jul 15 Okemah, OK

The 14th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

We’re thrilled to be performing at WoodyFest 2011!

“This is a FREE Festival! All Venues are FREE to the Public!”

We perform on the mainstage on Friday at 2pm, with Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) and Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar) joining us. And we’ll be debuting our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Hope to see you there.

Info: The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Sat Jul 16 Okemah, OK

The 14th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

We’re thrilled to be performing at WoodyFest 2011!

“This is a FREE Festival! All Venues are FREE to the Public!”

We perform on the mainstage on Friday at 2pm, with Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) and Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar) joining us. And we’ll be debuting our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Hope to see you there.

Info: The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Sun Jul 17 Okemah, OK

The 14th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

We’re thrilled to be performing at WoodyFest 2011!

“This is a FREE Festival! All Venues are FREE to the Public!”

We perform on the mainstage on Friday at 2pm, with Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) and Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar) joining us. And we’ll be debuting our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Hope to see you there.

Info: The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival
Sat Jul 30 Davis, CA

Private Event

Sun Jul 31 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard Studio

MIXING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll be doing the final mixing on the 17 songs we’ve recorded so far(!) . . . plus, recording our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Mon Aug 1 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard Studio

MIXING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll be doing the final mixing on the 17 songs we’ve recorded so far(!) . . . plus, recording our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Tue Aug 2 Topanga, CA

Little Orchard Studio

MIXING THE NEW CD!!

We’ll be doing the final mixing on the 17 songs we’ve recorded so far(!) . . . plus, recording our setting of one of Woody’s lyrics! See if you can guess which one (it’s in the “R“s)!

Thu Aug 4
7:30 PM
Portland, OR

Vets for Peace National Convention 2011
“Resilience, Resistance &
Nonviolent Revolution”
First Congregational Church
1126 SW Park Ave

We’ll be performing this evening at a public event to open the VFP Convention, with Iraq & Afghanistan vet speakers, plus keynote speaker, Blase Bonpane on “The Moral Revolution.”

Fab drummer, Sarah Allen Pella, joins us. (We first performed with Sarah at the 2007 Needle In the Groove Music Camp for girls in the West Bank.)

Suggested Donation at the Door: $10-$25 sliding scale for the general public/Free to VFP Conventioneers.

Info: Veterans for Peace National Convention 2011
Sat Aug 6
6:00 PM
Livermore, CA

“Hiroshima to Fukushima to Livermore: Confronting the Two-Headed Dragon of Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Power”
Livermore Lab

Gather at Bill Payne Park, Vasco Road and Patterson Pass Road

We’ll be performing to join the demonstration against the “Mega-Violent and Mega-Toxic Nuclear Industry on the 66th Anniversaries of the US Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.”

Livermore is one of the two labs responsible for designing every warhead in the US nuclear aresenal.

Expect fantastic vegetarian food, music, renowned speakers,activities, and a live video conversation with a nuclear bomb survivor in Japan.

Info: Tri-Valley CAREs and Western States Legal Foundation
Fri Aug 12
7:00 PM
Spokane, WA

Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane
4340 W Fort Wright Drive

Join us for our first concert in Spokane!

Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door/College students with ID $5/18 and under $5

Proceeds Benefit Spokane LGBT Center

Tickets can be purchased at the door. NOTE: If you purchased advance tickets online, no tickets were sent. Please give your name at the door.

Info: Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane
Sat Aug 13
7:00 PM
Moscow, ID

The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse
420 East Second Street
(at the NW corner of Second and Van Buren)

We’re excited to come for our first visit to Moscow, ID! Join us for a Social Justice & Pride Concert.

Tickets: $13 at the door

Info: Email and The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Palouse
Sat Aug 20 Big Sky, Montana

MUSE’S Forever Wild 2011: Remembering Walkin’ Jim
Big Sky Town Center

“With the majestic Rocky Mountains as the backdrop, experience an intimate outdoor concert celebrating the life and legacy of Walkin’ Jim Stoltz . . . Make a vacation of it! Breathe in the fresh mountain air and the inspiring music of a dozen eco-musicians from around the country as they share the stage in beautiful Big Sky, Montana, a short hour from Yellowstone National Park, Gallatin National Forest and other incredible places.”

With Dakota Sid Clifford, Earth Mama Joyce Rouse, Kate Bennett, Dean Stevens, Alaskan troubador Susan Grace Stoltz and more.

The concert is free and is a a fundraiser for Musicians United to Sustain the Environment (MUSE), a nonprofit co-founded by Walkin’ Jim, dedicated to supporting grass-roots environmental efforts to protect the Wild places and build strong environmental awareness.

Support MUSE.

Info: Musicians United to Sustain the Environment (MUSE)
Sun Aug 21
7:30 PM
Missoula, MT

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall
102 McLeod Avenue
(NE corner of Higgins and McLeod)

A concert in Missoula! Beth Youngblood & KD Dickinson open.

Tickets: $10-$20 sliding scale.

Purchase tickets at the door or reserve a seat with your purchase via PayPal, here:

Please note: Tickets will not be sent; just give your name at the door.

Info: Contact Carel by email or at 406-721-2482
Sat Aug 27
8:00 PM
Madison, WI

Democracy Convention
Memorial Union Terrace
800 Langdon St.

We’re performing at the week’s capping event, the Convention Party, with Michelle Shocked!

Following up on the amazing Madison workers’ protests this past spring, the 1st National Democracy Convention brings together strands of activism on many fronts—education, racial equality, environmentalism, representative democracy, media, economics and more.

The conference runs from Wed Aug 24-Sun Aug 28. Folks including Tom Hayden, Anne Feeney and John Nichols (The Nation Magazine) headline a vast array of speakers and artists presenting talks, workshops and performances throughout the week.

Info: Democracy Convention
Sat Sep 3
7:30 PM
Conway NH

World Fellowship Center
368 Drake Hill Road

We’ll be doing a concert at World Fellowship, “an intergenerational camp and conference center promoting peace and social justice, inspired by nature.”

Come for the show or for the week and enjoy “a unique, affordable, progressive oasis on 455 acres in the splendor of NH’s White Mountains.”

Tickets: $12 advance/$15 at door/free to week registrants

Info: (603) 447-2280 World Fellowship Center
Mon Sep 5
6:00 PM
Washington, DC

Busboys & Poets
5th & K. Streets

A Fundraiser Concert for our friend, Anne Feeney!

“Bread & Roses Labor Series presents a Labor Day Concert featuring Anne Feeney, Joe Uehlein and the U-Liners, Emma’s Revolution, Luci Murphy, DC labor Chorus and Charm City Labor Chorus. This event is free and open to the public, however there is a suggested donation of $20 which will support labor activist Anne Feeney, who was recently diagnosed with cancer, through her medical treatment and healing.

Bread & Roses is a monthly LABOR SERIES featuring a variety of events focused on workers and organized labor. Each month we present a new topic through interactive discussions, film screenings, performances, etc. The hope for these events is that attendees walk away with a greater understanding of organized labor, its role in shaping history and current relevance.”

Info: Busboys & Poets
Fri Sep 9 -
Sat Sep 10
Pataskala, OH

Ohio Womyn’s Festival

We’ll perform our own sets with percussionista extraordinaire Robin Burdulis joining us. Plus, we’ll perform a set with Holly Near. (Check out “We Came to Sing” for a taste of the Holly trio sound.)

Info: Ohio Womyn's Festival
Sun Sep 11 Takoma Park, MD

34th Annual Takoma Park Folk Festival
Takoma Park Middle School
7611 Piney Branch Rd. (near Rt. 410)

Very appropriately, the organizers have made the theme of this year’s festival, “Peace and Reconciliation.”

Join us for our 6th performance at this festival! The first time we played TPFF was on September 9th, 2001.

The festival runs from 10:30am-6:30pm. We’ll again be closing out the Grove Stage, playing the final set from 5-6pm. Wonderful drummer, Ken Quam, joins us.

See you there!

Info: 34th Annual Takoma Park Folk Festival
Wed Sep 14
8:15 PM
On-Air

“Face the Music”
WCUW 91.3 FM

Join us on Face the Music, with host Mary Chenaille. The show runs from 8-9:30 pm ET and you can expect us on around 8:15.

Listen in via streamline!

Fri Sep 16
11:00 AM
On-Air

“In Our Voices: Spirit in Action”
With Nkenge Toure
WPFW.org 89.3FM

We’ll be joining wonderful WPFW radio hosts, Nkenge Toure and Elise Bryant, for a discussion and performance about music and social change.

Listen online!

Info: WPFW.org
Sun Sep 18
5:00 PM
Washington, DC

Busboys & Poets
5th & K Streets

“Madison to DC: A People’s Uprising” We’ll be singing at this discussion on wealth inequality, participatory democracy and meeting human needs over corporate greed in face of the austerity budget. With:

-Ben Manski, Executive Director of the Liberty Tree Foundation and a Green Party Candidate for Wisconsin State Legislature. Ben was also heavily involved in the Bring the Guard Home Campaign.

-Margaret Flowers, nationally recognized Medicare for all, single-payer advocate, who serves on the executive board of the October 2011 Coalition

-Brian Anders, homelessness and low-income housing activist and former coordinator of the Washington Peace Center. He is an active member of EmpowerDC

NOTE: We will not be able to perform at this event due to a death in the family. Labor singer Elise Bryant will be performing in our spot. We hope you will attend and give your support!

Info: Busboys & Poets
Tue Sep 20
7:15 PM
On-air

“In the Tradition”
WCUW 91.3 FM

Join Pat on In the Tradition, with host and friend, Jeff Boudreau for this special show celebrating the music of Phil Ochs. The show runs from 5-8pm ET and you can expect Pat on around 7:15.

Pat recorded Phil Ochs’s song Hands on her CD Hands.

Listen in via streamline!

Wed Sep 21
6:00 PM
Hyattsville, MD

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of
Howard Zinn
on International Peace Day

At the newest Busboys & Poets!
5331 Baltimore Ave. Suite 104

We are thrilled to be part of this event! “Howard Zinn Room dedication and fundraiser for the Zinn Education Project: Teaching “A People’s History”, with live music and speakers, including two of Howard’s children.”

Info: Busboys & Poets
Fri Sep 30
8:00 PM
Sherborn, MA

Unitarian Universalist Area Church at First Parish in Sherborn
11 Washington Street

Join us for a concert at UUAC-Sherborn!

Tickets: $18, available at the door

Info: Donna
Sat Oct 1
8:00 PM
Arlington, MA

First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington
630 Massachusetts Avenue

Join us for a concert at the First Parish UU Church of Arlington!

Tickets are $18 in advance/$22 at the door. Purchase advance tickets via PayPal here:

UU Arlington – 10/1/11

Advance tickets can also be purchased at The Book Rack, 13 Medford Street, Arlington, MA 02474, or by sending a check made out to “emma’s revolution” to Helene Newberg, PO Box 44, Arlington, MA 02476.

PLEASE NOTE: For tickets purchased online, no tickets will be sent. Just give your name at the door on the night of the show.

Info: Contact Helene by email or at seven eight one-953-6662.
Sun Oct 2
10:00 AM
Arlington, MA

First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington
630 Massachusetts Avenue

We’ll be singing as part of the service.

Thu Oct 6
6:30 PM
Washington DC

October2011.org
Occupation of Freedom Plaza
14th St and Pennsylvania Ave NW

Starting on October 6, 2011, thousands of concerned Americans will assemble in Freedom Plaza, in Washington DC to take control of our country and our lives. We will occupy the plaza and hold a People’s Assembly where we come up with just and sustainable solutions to the crises we face and demand that these solutions be presented and that the people’s needs be addressed.

We’ll be singing at the evening kickoff event, with Emily Angell, Watermelon Slim and Elaine Brower, Jacob George of A Ride Til The End, The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, Ted Rall and Chris Hedges.

Check the website for info on the occupation, coordinating orgs, plus the daily schedule of workshops, open mics, evening assemblies, etc.

“Stop the Machine! • Create a New World!”

Info: October2011.org
Fri Oct 7
12:00 PM
Washington DC

Tar Sands Action
Ronald Reagan Building
(meet at 14th St. entrance,
btw Pennsylvania and Constitution Aves)

Noon time rally outside the final State Dept. hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline!

“Three months ago when Bill McKibben and others put out a call for a sustained nonviolent action at the White House against the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, we didn’t know what the response would be. But the urgency of the issue drove 1,253 people to take a leap of faith, and risk arrest to stop the Keystone XL pipeline.”

“The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is now the biggest environmental decision facing the President before the next election. We have an opportunity to hold President Obama to his campaign promises and begin to put a dent in the flow of carbon into the atomosphere.”

“The President’s team will be watching this hearing to see if we can keep up public pressure after our big action, so we need a big crowd to show them that we will continue to hold him to his promises. Can you join us?”

Info:
Tar Sands Action
Thu Oct 13
12:30 PM
On-air

“The Folk Show”
WAPJ 89.9 & 105.1 FM
Torrington, CT

We are excited to be joining host, Barrie Soucy on The Folk Show. The show runs from 12-2pm ET and we’ll be joining in around 12:30.

Listen in!

This Folk Show has been on the air since December of 2006. This show features artists such as Robert Messore, Arlo Guthrie, Bonnie Lee Panda, as well as many other local folk performers. Thanks Barrie!

Fri Oct 14
8:00 PM
Providence, RI

First Unitarian Church of Providence
1 Benevolent Street

Concert at First Unitarian!

A portion of proceeds benefit the Standing on the Side of Love campaign. Events sponsored by BUUUG (Brown University UU Group) and First Unitarian.

Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at the door/pay what you can. Free for students through a grant from the UUA Young Adult/Campus Ministry. Purchase tickets by contacting First Unitarian or via PayPal here:

First Unitarian Providence – 10/14/11

NOTE: Tickets will not be mailed, please just give your name at the door when you arrive for the concert.

For students only: Join us Friday afternoon for “Keep on Singing Loudly: The Power of Politics and Song”, a workshop on music and social change. Brown J Walter Wilson Room 411 1-3pm. Students from all universities/colleges are welcome!

Info: Director of Religious Education or Church Office at 401-421-7970
Sat Oct 15
4:30 PM
Ellenville, NY

Gala Celebration of Rural & Migrant Ministry’s 30th Anniversary and Richard Witt’s 20th Anniversary as Executive Director of RMM
Honor’s Haven Resort

We’re excited to be part of the celebrations for this wonderful group, who Pat’s been associated with for many years. (She wrote Cold Cup of Water for RMM’s successful campaign to require growers to provide drinking water to the migrant laborers . . . and Richard married us in our outlaw wedding in NY ten years ago!)

For details about the day’s activities visit Rural & Migrant Ministry .

Sun Oct 16
10:30 AM
Providence, RI

First Unitarian Church of Providence
1 Benevolent St.

We’ll be singing as part of the Sunday service. All are welcome!

Info: First Unitarian Church of Providence
Sun Oct 16
2:30 PM
Providence, RI

Harmony Workshop

We’ll be leading a harmony workshop for Voices of Hope: Women Singing for Inspiration

Want to set up a harmony, songwriting or music & politics workshop for your group or community? Contact Sandy

Info: Sandy
Mon Oct 17 Providence, RI

Providence College

“Teach-in, Plus: A Workshop/Discussion with Music.” Co-sponsored by Public Service, Sociology, Global Studies, and Women’s Studies Departments.

Sat Oct 22
8:00 PM
West Hartford, CT

The Sounding Board
The Universalist Church of West Hartford
433 Fern Street

“Revolutions Per Minute” CD Almost-Release Concert in West Hartford!

Tickets: $17 general public/$15 members

For reservations or more information, please email. (Note: If you do not have email call Janet at 860-six three five-7685.) Reservations must be made before 4:00 p.m. the day of the show, either by phone or email.

Info: The Sounding Board
Sat Oct 29
11:30 AM
Washington DC

Citizen’s Intervention “Enough is Enough” Rally
West Front Lawn of the US Capitol

“What happens when you create an open mic for America on the front lawn of the US Capitol? We are about to find out this Saturday, Oct 29th at 11:30 AM.”

The Coffee Party hosts an opportunity for “America — including the 99% the 1%, Democrats, Republicans and Independents — will come together and speak out about how the dysfunction & corruption in Congress have affected their lives.” Hundreds of “everyday Americans from across the country” will speak, plus “GOP Presidential Candidate Buddy Roemer, former Congressman Joe Sestak, Thom Hartmann, hip hop artist Obii Say, Dr. Margaret Flowers, Laurence Lessig, Annabel Park, Jesse LaGreca, Frances Moore Lappe, spoken word artists, dancers, and many more.”

We play from 11:40am-12noon before hitting the road for our evening concert in Lewes, DE.

Info: Citizen's Intervention "Enough is Enough" Rally
Sat Oct 29
7:00 PM
Lewes DE

Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware
33739 Marsh Road, #2

We’re excited to return to Lewes for a Concert sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware!

Tickets: $18 in advance/$20 at the door. Available at UU of Southern Delaware and via PayPal here:

CD Almost-Release Concert, Lewes DE 10/29/11

Combo Tickets: Come to both the Concert and the Songwriting Workshop for $38! Available at UU of Southern Delaware and via PayPal here:

Concert & Songwriting Wkshp Combo, Lewes DE 10/29 & 10/30/11


Info: email
Sun Oct 30
1:00 PM
Lewes, DE

Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware
33739 Marsh Road, #2

“Intuitive Songwriting” Workshop: Explore your inner lyrics and melodies with award-winning activist songwriters, Pat Humphries & Sandy O. Open up to your own songs through playful warm-up and creativity exercises. No experience necessary. We guarantee you’ll surprise yourself!

Songwriting Workshop, Lewes DE 10/30/11

Combo Tickets: Come to both the Concert and the Songwriting Workshop for $38! Available at UU of Southern Delaware and via PayPal here:

Concert & Songwriting Wkshp Combo, Lewes DE 10/29 & 10/30/11


Info: email
Tue Nov 1
7:30 PM
Asheville, NC

The Diana Wortham Theatre
2 South Pack Square

“Occupy The Diana Wortham Theatre!” A Benefit for Occupy Asheville.

With performances by Lee Camp, “America’s hottest political comedian since George Carlin,” and A Ride Till The End (ARTTE), “a collective of veterans and artists riding bicycles around the US raising awareness about the situations in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

Donations will be collected to support Occupy Asheville!

Info: email
Wed Nov 2
6:00 PM
On-Air

“RadioActive”
KRCL 90.0fm
Salt Lake City, UT

We’ll be joining RadioActive. The show runs from 6-7 MDT and we’ll be joining in around 6:20.

Listen in!

Fri Nov 4
11:00 AM
On-Air

In Our Voices – Spirit in Action
WPFW 89.3fm
Washington, DC

We are excited to be joining host, Nkenge Toure on In Our Voices – Spirit in Action.

Info: Listen in!
Fri Nov 4
8:00 PM
Brooklyn, NY

Good Coffeehouse
at Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
53 Prospect Park West

We’re excited to come to Brooklyn for a “Revolutions Per Minute” CD Release Concert!

Tickets: $18 advance/$20 at the door. Tickets available at Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture and via PayPal here:

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture – 11/4/11

PLEASE NOTE: No tickets will be sent. Just give your name at the door on the night of the show.

Info: Jean
Sat Nov 5
7:30 PM
Ogden, UT

Sol Songs Concert Series
at Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden
705 23rd Street

Co-sponsored by Equality Utah and Planned Parenthood of Utah

“Revolutions Per Minute” CD Release Concert and our first concert in Ogden!

Become an organizational/promotional sponsor and table at the Activist Fair. Activist Fair begins at 6:30pm.

Tickets: $15 advance/$18 at the door, $10 students & low income/pay what you can, and $20 sponsor contribution. Tickets available at UU Church of Ogden and via PayPal here:

Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden – Nov 5, 2011

PLEASE NOTE: No tickets will be sent. Just give your name at the door on the night of the show.

Info: Email Joel
Sun Nov 6 Boise, ID

Idaho Peace Coalition’s
10th Anniversary Celebration!
First Congregational United
Church of Christ
2201 Woodlawn Avenue

Join us for events to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Idaho Peace Coalition! This will also be a Release concert for our new CD, “Revolutions Per Minute”.

Dinner begins at 5:30pm. Concert begins at 7pm.

Free and open to the public.

Info: Idaho Peace Coalition
Mon Nov 7
7:00 PM
On-Line

Filter Free Radio
Washington, DC

We are excited to be joining host, Jacob Dean, on his program Filter Free Radio. The show runs from 7-9pm ET.

You can listen in, watch, or listen to the interview on a later date by visiting Filter Free Radio.

Fri Nov 11
8:30 AM
On-Air

Morning Maine – Friday
WERU FM
89.9 (Blue Hill, ME), 99.9 (Bangor)

We’ll be joining host and friend, Denis Howard on Morning Maine – Friday. We love WERU and appreciate their continued support!

We’ll also be the featured artist during the week of Nov. 7 – Nov. 13. Tune into the Morning Maine througout the week for an opportunity to win tickets to our Nov. 12th benefit concert for Dragon Farm!

Info: Listen in!
Fri Nov 11
7:00 PM
Hyattsville, MD

The New Busboys & Poets!
5331 Baltimore Ave.

Show your peace on 11/11/11 (Armistice Day) by joining us right up the street from our hometown for a “Revolutions Per Minute” CD Release Concert with guest musicians, Gary Johnson (keyboards, accordion) & Ken Quam (drums).

Plus, a special presentation by First Peoples Worldwide, “an Indigenous led organization, dedicated to strengthening Indigenous communities through the restoration of their authority and control over their assets.”

Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at the door. Get your tix early!

CD Release Concert, Busboys Hyattsville 11/11/11

PLEASE NOTE: No tickets will be sent. Just give your name at the door on the night of the show.

Info: Busboys & Poets
Sat Nov 12
7:30 PM
Northport, ME

Dragon Farm Benefit and “Revolutions Per Minute” CD Release Concert
Blue Goose Center
1184 Atlantic Highway

Join us at this benefit for Dragon Farm and “Revolutions Per Minute” CD Release Concert. Doors open for light refreshments and chance to talk with old and new friends at 6:30.

Dragon Farm is committed to sponsoring educational programs and nurturing projects that inform, inspire and help us lead together.

Tickets are $15 in advance/$18 at the door. Purchase advance tickets through Dragon Farm or via PayPal here:

Dragon Farm Foundation Benefit Concert – 11/12/11

PLEASE NOTE: For tickets purchased online, no tickets will be sent. Just give your name at the door on the night of the show.

Info: Email
Fri Nov 18 -
Sun Nov 20
Columbus, GA

School of the Americas Watch
Annual Vigil

Our 11th year at the Vigil and Nonviolent Direct Action to close the SOA/WHINSEC at Ft. Benning!

Join us and the many thousands of people at the annual vigil to close the SOA. This extraordinary demonstration includes a massive rally with music, speakers and puppets, as well as, concerts, teach-ins, workshops and film screenings!

Info: School of the Americas Watch
Sun Nov 27
10:30 AM
Davie, FL

River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation
11850 West State Road 84, Suite 1
Betw Flamingo & Hiatus Rds, on the south side of I-595

We’ll be leading the Sunday Service. All are welcome.

Info: 954-723-7877 and River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Thu Dec 1
11:00 AM
On-Air

WMNF’s “Women“s Show”

88.5 FM in Tampa, FL

Join us as we talk with host Mary Glenney during the 3-4pm hour. The show runs from 2-4pm and in the first hour, Mary will be interviewing key women in the Occupy Movement.

The Women’s Show is “an eclectic feminist/womanist radio magazine hosted by Mary Glenney. Music is mixed with arts and multicultural features including interviews, film and book reviews, announcements, news, speeches and documentaries by and about women.”

Info: Listen online!
Sat Dec 3
11:00 AM
On-Air

WMNF’s “Saturday Folk Show”
88.5 FM in Tampa, FL

We’ll be on with host Jeannie Holton in the 11am-noon hour. Stay tuned for specific interview time.

The Saturday Folk Show is “an eco-friendly mix of new and experienced singer-songwriters, traditional artists, topical songs with a micro focus on peace & justice, world music, a touch of the blues, bluegrass, new and upcoming artists and womyn’s music.”

Info: Listen online!
Sat Dec 3
8:00 PM
St. Petersburg, FL

The Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg, Florida
719 Arlington Avenue N.

CD Release of “Revolutions Per Minute” and FUNdraisier concert for UU St. Pete!

Tickets: $22 at the door.

NOTE: If you purchased tickets online, tickets were not mailed, please just give your name at the door.

Holiday Gift Distribution: This will be UU St. Pete’s sixth year providing new underwear and socks to 700 children of migrant farmworkers in Plant City. Bring your contribution of new children’s socks or underwear to the concert!

Info: Teresa Kelly and 727-898-3294
Sun Dec 4
10:30 AM
Clearwater, FL

Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater
2470 Nursery Road

We’ll be singing as part of this multigenerational service on the theme of . . . “Peace!”

Info: Unitarian Universalists of Clearwater
Sat Dec 17
11:00 AM
Online Everywhere

Occuthon 2011: 24 hours of radio, featuring 24 guests to benefit 24 Occupy charities

Watch live and join the chat here!

RadioOrNot.com Internet Broadcast Network hosts 24-HR Live, Interactive, Support Drive for the 99%.

On the third month anniversary of OWS, join this “24 hour nonstop broadcast in support of the Occupy Wall Street and 99 percent movement, which will highlight local Occupy camps and charities around the nation and provide all the information on how to give support directly to the movement!”

The Radio Or Not Network is the home of Nicole Sandler, former Air America Radio host.

12/16/11: Unfortunately, we will not be able to be on-air this morning. Check into the Occuthon with Jacob Dean, host of Filter Free Radio!

Info: Occuthon 2011 and Email
Sun Dec 18
7:30 PM
Chevy Chase, MD

Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Community of Greater Washington
@ Temple Shalom
8401 Grubb Road

Join us for Am Kolel’s annual Hanukah Concert for Human Rights! With Aaron Shneyer, musician and Director of Heartbeat Jerusalem. There will also be a special preview of Home Front, a new 30 minute documentary produced by Just Vision, whose mission is to increase “the power and legitimacy of Palestinians and Israelis working for nonviolent solutions to the conflict.”

Tickets: $20 general admission/$18 members & seniors (62+)/youth $10
Sponsorship Opportunities available, with program listing & performer cd perks
Click here to purchase tickets online

Print out this eflyer and pay $18 at the door!

Proceeds from the evening help to support Casa de Maryland, Heartbeat Jerusalem and Just Vision.

Info: email