New York, NY – 10/11/14

Steve Deasy / Paul Stein and Filthy Rotten System
Saturday, October 11, 2014
8:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
40 East 35th St.
New York, NY, USA 10016

The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist
40 East 35th St. (between Madison Ave. & Park Ave.)
New York, NY, 10016

Take the #6 train to 33rd St.; or the B, D, F, N, Q or R train to 34th Street.

All shows start at 8 PM, Saturdays; doors open at 7:30. We do not accept reservations in advance, so come early to be assured of a seat.

$18 contribution -- more if you choose, less if you can't; no one turned away. If you are a member of Peoples' Voice Cafe, the suggested contribution is $10.

Wheelchair accessible (including bathrooms). For info call 212-787-3903.

Other Info
Filthy Rotten System
The Filthy Rotten System is a folk/rock/protest band grounded in the values of the Catholic Worker Movement, to which many of the members belong. The band plays regularly to support peace and justice for all people. They can be found out front at New York and New Jersey peace vigils, immigrant support marches and rallies, and a variety of events for progressive causes and for individuals who have devoted themselves to serving others. Activists all, the members of the band rock and will move you with their spirited versions of familiar songs and some powerful originals.

Steve Deasy
Steve Deasy is a Pittsburgh born, Detroit based performing songwriter, producer and arranger. His songwriting has been recognized by the Kerrville Music To Life and Great Lakes Songwriting competitions. Steve is a socially conscious writer in the tradition of Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger, but with the contemporary musicality of new folk, classic rock, pop, and jazz influences. Add some humorous Steve Goodman-style story songs and you have Steve Deasy:relevant, complex funny and talented.

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One thought on “New York, NY – 10/11/14”

  1. Would give anything to be there…but will be with you in spirit. Tried to figure a way to get to New York…but that dang-gone Pacific Ocean was too big to swim.

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