Peoples’ Voice Cafe
Community Church of New York U.U.
40 East 35th St. (between Madison & Park)
New York, NY, 10016
Cafe entrance at far right of building, at street level.TRANSPORTATION:
to 33rd St. (2 1/2 blocks to the church)
to 34th Street/Herald Square (3 1/2 blocks)
|Saturday, November 24, 2018:||Closed for Thanksgiving Weekend|
|Saturday, December 1, at 8pm:|
Photo by David Sameshima
Versatile singer-songwriter and performer Kristin Lems has a career spanning 40 years, with engagement in the civil rights, safe energy, labor, and women’s rights movements. She founded the National Women’s Music Festival in Champaign-Urbana, IL in 1974, and has enlivened countless events for women’s rights with her captivating humor and warmth. The New Yorker calls her “a charmer in the most literal and least artificial sense of the word.” Kristin has eight albums of original songs on her label, Carolsdatter Productions, featuring songs like “Mammary Glands,” “Ballad of the ERA,” and “Days of the Theocracy”.
Quaker singer/songwriter Sally Campbell returns with her autoharp and her sometimes funny, sometimes deep, always friendly songs, many of which have come to her out of the silence. Some songs are practical, such as “Finding Lost Things”. Some are story songs, like “Face and Befriend”. All are her way of sharing Light and Love. She keeps giving away Gift Songs and Blessings (over 3,000 so far), a recording of her 70th birthday concert/party in 2011 with her friends laughing at her and singing along with her. Come and keep this party going.