Social Justice Showcase at Salt Hill Pub, Hanover, NH – 01/22/11
Social Justice Showcase at Salt Hill Pub
Saturday, January 22, 2011
4:00pm – All Ages
7 Lebanon St
Hanover, NH, USA 03755
Inspiring stories and songs from Music2Life contest finalists including:
Erik Balkey, Arlon Bennett, Thea Hopkins, Randy Browning, Annie Dinerman, Eugene Ruffolo, Steve Chizmadia, Steve Deasy and Spook Handy.
Part of Dartmouth College’s Martin Luther King Presentation – sponsored by Noel “Paul” Stookey (Peter, Paul & Mary) and the Public Domain Foundation.
Followed by FREE live performance and Music2Life documentary premieres at Dartmouth’s Spaulding Auditorium at 7:30.
For more information, visit: now.dartmouth.edu or music2life.org (also on Facebook). Questions? email@example.com
Photo by Sally Farr
The Music 2 Life 2010/2011 CD is out and sure to be hitting folk radio soon. The song features all the finalist songs from this years Music 2 Life contest including Steve’s song “People Once Were Welcome Here” and songs by 10 other excellent artists: Sofia Echegaray, Emily Kurn, Steve Chizmadia, Mitch Barrett, Amy Dixon-Kolar, Ric Taylor, Vanessa Torres, Brian Claflin, Kathleen Pemble, and David Ippolito. The judges in this year’s contest were Peter Yarrow, Tom Paxton, Baby Jay, Josh White Jr., Buffy Sainte-Marie, Kathy Mattea, Judy Collins, Paul Winter, Christine Lavin, and Amy Carol Webb. The CD is produced by Liz Sunde and Noel Paul Stookey, who also run public domain foundation which sponsors the contest and CD.
For more information please visit www.music2life.org
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