The Peoples' Voice Cafe is an alternative coffeehouse offering quality entertainment.
We provide a space for the artistic expression of a wide variety of humanitarian issues and concerns.
The cafe is run as a not-for-profit collective, and is not affiliated with any political organization.
NOTE NEW LOCATION!!
PEOPLES' VOICE CAFE
The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist
40 East 35th St. (between Madison & Park)
For info call 212-787-3903
All performances Saturdays 8 pm to 10:30 pm.
Suggested Donation: $15 or TDF; $10 PVC Members;
More if you choose; Less if you can't; No one turned away
(This sliding scale replaces the senior/student/hardship rate)
ONE MORE IN JANUARY!
(Steve Suffet is best described as an old-fashioned folksinger in the People's Music tradition. His repertoire is a mixture of railroad songs, trucker songs, miner songs, cowboy songs, union songs, old time country music, ballads, blues, ragtime, Gospel, bluegrass, topical-political songs, and whatever else tickles his fancy, including many songs he has written himself in traditional folk styles. Come celebrate the release of Steve's newest CD, "Low Rent District.")
(Anne Price, who has been performing in the New York City area since the 1970s, has often been compared to Joan Baez. She sings songs of labor, peace and other issues, traditional folk songs and songs by such writers as Peggy Seeger, Jean Ritchie, Charlie King and Woody Guthrie. Peggy Seeger said to Anne: "The richness of your voice astounded me."
BROOKLYN WOMEN'S CHORUS
(In a lively, impassioned and jam-packed program, the Brooklyn Women's Chorus will first perform a multi-media presentation of "We Were There!", a women's labor history celebration, followed by a second set full of old favorites and new soon-to-be favorites, all to celebrate the possibility of a new era. They hope you'll join them.)
Please visit our website!: http://www.peoplesvoicecafe.org
If you'd like to volunteer one (or more) of these nights contact Sally Campbell at 212 787-3903 or email@example.com