Thursday, December 9, 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm
Join us for the free second episode of the "Odd and Unpredictable Love Songs" concert series featuring Charlie King and Annie Patterson. They will be singing wonderful, quirky and surprising songs. This performance is made possible by funding from the Music Performance Trust Fund. We hope you will join us!
*** The Concert will also be livestreamed free of charge via the PMN Facebook Page AND the PMN Youtube Channel. However, unlike other PMN livestream events, which are archived, this community celebration will not be viewable after the show ends. Your one and only chance to experience this event is live while it happens!
* REGISTRATION isn't required to tune in to the free livestream, but when you register, you get an automatic reminder about the show with the option to tune in via Zoom. In addition, 100% of any financial contribution you make benefits The People's Music Network.
After the Livestream Ends, all registrants are invited to a Zoom After Party with the artists.
Annie Patterson created Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks with her partner Peter Blood. She is one of America's premiere song leaders. She has been singing around the globe for over 30 years and is well known for her work as co-creator/editor of the songbooks Rise Up Singing and Rise Again. She carries with her a suitcase of incredible song knowledge and a repertoire that includes over 2400 songs from many genres, including Americana, contemporary folk, ballads, gospel, country and jazz. She is a master song interpreter, accompanying herself on guitar and banjo.
Charlie King is a musical storyteller and political satirist. He has been at the heart of American folk music for over half a century. Pete Seeger hailed him as “One of the finest singers and songwriters of our time.” He is the 2018 recipient of the Phil Ochs Award, recognizing his music and activism for social and political justice in the spirit of Phil Ochs. His songs have been recorded and sung by Pete & Peggy Seeger, Holly Near, Ronnie Gilbert, John McCutcheon, Arlo Guthrie, and Chad Mitchell.
The People’s Music Network sustains and grows a diverse community of performing artists, activists, and allies who use music, poetry, and other art forms as catalysts for a just and peaceful world. During the pandemic, the community has hosted many dozens of virtual events connecting artists from around the world in the craft of music as a tool for social change.
Posted to: Live Virtual Events
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