Livestream Event: PMN Honors The Life and Music of John Prine (Online Concert)
Friday, May 15, 7:30 - 9:30 PM (EST)
TUNE INTO THE BROADCAST via FACEBOOK LIVE
Go to PMN's Facebook page using the link and time above. Scroll down until you find the video post with the word “Live” in the upper right corner. (Note: The livestream post won't pop up on the PMN page until 7:30pm (EST) on the night of the event. If it is after 7:30pm EST and you don't see the livestream right away, keep scrolling further down until you see it.)
PMN HONORS THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF JOHN PRINE
Charlie King and Eve Goldberg are organizing an evening of music to commemorate the life and music of the legendary songwriter John Prine, who died April 7, 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 virus. He was an American country folk singer-songwriter. He was active as a composer, recording artist, and live performer from the early 1970s until his death and was known for an often humorous style of original music that has elements of protest and social commentary. His songs address the social ills of the last half century and have been covered by many members of PMN.
Charlie and Eve have lined up an outstanding roster of singers for this upcoming PMN song swap. Mark your calendars, it will be live streamed on the PMN Facebook page at 7:30 PM EDT, Friday May 15.
(You can reference and listen to a very complete listing of Prine Songs at this link: https://songs-tube.net/artist.php?id=7825)
This will be posted here by the morning of Wednesday, May 13.
LYRICS AVAILABLE: Sing along with Each Performer!
Performers are invited to submit lyrics for their song or poem. Some songs have chords written in. Read all the submitted lyrics sheets for this swap by clicking here:
[Link will be posted on the day of the swap]
Tell your friends how they can tune into this online musical event for progressive culture. Share this event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/169493470992027/
Also, this is the link where you can find the performer list, which becomes available by the morning of Wednesday, May 13.
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