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Tonite: Ian Wilder & Friends @ PeaceSmiths Friday, 1/5/07

After taking a several year hiatus from giving poetry readings to concentrate on Green Party politics, Ian is back with a not-to-be-missed poetry reading.

The reading will include performances by

  • Boog City publisher David Kirschenbaum
  • Flautist Kimberly Wilder
  • former Nylon & Steel co-founder/bassist/rhythm guitarist/drummer David Bartow
  • singer-songwriter/N&S drummer/Center for Hearing & Dizziness drummer Paul Cama

Ian & Friends will be performing at the 3rd set of

PeaceSmiths monthly
Topical A-Typical Folk Music, Poetry and Whatever Coffeehouse
First Methodist Church
The last church on the left!
25 Broadway (Route 110), Amityville.
Friday. 1/5/06 @ 8:30 pm
Suggested Donation $7 more if possible, less if necessary.
For information, phone 631-798-0778

The 1st set will be Professor Demeritus a.k.a. Herb Robb. We are sorry to inform you that, back despite popular protestations, the infamous and most unwelcomed rambling ranter Professor Demeritus will expound on that community institution known as government and on other features of today’s society.

The 2nd set will be the Cabaret Duo Jennie Litt (singer, lyricist) and David Alpher (pianist, composer). Jennie and David perform People’s Cabaret, a witty and loving musical history lesson celebrating 20th-century leftist culture through its inspiring, zesty, and often humorous legacy of song. The usual suspects—Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, The People’s Songbook, “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?”—make well-deserved appearances, alongside some rather more unexpected offerings: the classically-informed anti-Fascist musings of Bertolt Brecht and Hanns Eisler; a salty ragtime tribute to the Russian revolution from The Ziegfeld Follies of 1919; Dave Frishberg satirizing yuppie culture in jazz; a sock-in-the-gut antiwar folk-song medley; and a typically satirical Alpher/Litt original or two.  You can contact them at160 Kripplebush Rd. • Stone Ridge, NY 12484 or (845) 687-8949 or jlitt1@hvc.rr.com


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