PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse 3/2/07

FRIDAY, March 2nd, 8:30pm PeaceSmiths monthly Topical Folk Music, Poetry, and Whatever Coffeehouse at First United Methodist Church, 25 Broadway/Rt. 110 (southmost end near Merrick Rd./Montauk Hwy.)      AMITYVILLE , Long Island, NY  The last church on the left!  near  Amityville LIRR Station. and S1, S33, N54 bus routes , right near N19 – get there – we’ll get you home!

Presented performers

LOIS MORTON – singer/songwriter guitarist and pianist – clever songs drawing on folk and classical traditions for fun and inspiring conviction; songs published in Broadside upon encouragement from Pete Seeger.  accompanied by BILLY THOMPSON (a.k.a. Wild Bill)  appearing also as Mild Bill – plays with Thompson, Matland, & Shaw, The Hudson Dusters, others; formerly with The Senders and sat in regularly with Little Buster and the Soul Brothers.

JANIE LYNCH – poet and a cappella singer – an activist since the mid ’80s, occupied Rep. McGrath’s office in 1990 to protest U.S. support for the military government of El Salvador; recently took the PeaceSmiths bus to the March on Washington to stop the war on Iraq;  teaches World Literature – has read at school poetry festivals and sung at open mics – this is her debut booked singing appearance!

ACID RAYZ – avant garde band – Larry Copal, Susan Mitchell, and Nick Maxwell; emotional, innovative use of guitars, voice, violin and an odd assortment of percussion instruments, with special effects designed to shake up audiences; frequently at clubs around NYC – first LI appearance!

OPEN TIME – maybe you?!

$7 (half for kids) – more if possible, less if necessary covers healthful punch and munchies

Activist Announcements Punctuate Performances, Colorful Conversation

For more information/ to get involved: (631)798-0778

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