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David Rovics in Brooklyn 1/13/07

can we party together as a party around some revolutionary sounds?

This Saturday, there’s a concert here and it means a lot to me.

His songs have made me weep, have filled me with rage, with
validation, with inspiration.

David Rovics sings for us all: the activists, the oppressed, the truth seekers, the secrecy smashers, the murdered, the martyred, the resistance fated to suffer and triumph. He’s a revolutionary, he’s a
historical figure of the future, right now he’s just a punk folk
troubador travelling the entire globe playing every protest every
demo every teach in he can for the people, for the movement.

OK, you better get over here. Saturday, 8 PM. $10 if you have a job, less if no. with Randy Nerve and a promising new voice in live music: Laura Seiverling

1/2 price Michelob Amber Bock all night: $7 pitchers * $2.50 pints!

[Editor’ note: David Rovics at the Vox Pop is the perfect way to spend a Saturday night..  If we didn’t have a family thing, we would be there, definitely.]

Vox Pop/DKMC
1022 Cortelyou Road, Brooklyn, NY 11218
718 940 2084 (office)

ALSO: MEET THE CANDIDATES for the Special Election, 40th City Council District.
Wednesday JAN 24, 2007
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
VOX POP, 1022 Cortelyou Road
FREE

Invited Candidates: Joel Towney, Zenobia McNally, Harry Schiffman, Jennifer James, Dr. Mathieu Eugene, Jesse Hamilton, Michelle Adolphe, Mo Razvi, Wellington Sharpe, and Victor Babb.

Confirmed panelists include:     
Rock Hackshaw, Columnist, Room 8: New York Politics Website, www.r8ny.com
Hassan, from All Worlds Unisex Salon, Inc. Member, Cortelyou Road Merchants Assoc.
Ben Smith, Blogger “The Daily Politics”, The Daily News
Verna Smith, Carribean Roundtable Television         

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