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Sisters Sing In Solidarity (Online Concert)

  • 07/26/2020
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • https://www.facebook.com/Peoples.Music.Network/live/


  • Registration is not required for tuning into the livestream, but you may register to receive a reminder about the show and make a contribution benefiting the Poor People's Campaign and PMN.
  • If you wish to join PMN, see https://www.peoplesmusic.org/join-PMN

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Sunday, July 26, 4:00 - 6:00 PM (EDT)

(Note: The livestream post won't pop up at the link above until a few minutes before the event beings.)

The SISTERS SING IN SOLIDARITY Livestream Concert will feature singer/songwriters: Bev Grant, Liliana Herrera, Colleen Kattau, and Lindsey Wilson.  We are part of The People’s Music Network (PMN), an organization of progressive musicians, and we're coming together to raise money for the voter registration and anti-voter suppression work of the Poor People’ Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival (www.poorpeoplescampaign.organd the work of building activist musical community, which PMN does.

We share a commitment to get out the vote in November and to help empower the people in our fight against white supremacy, fascism and xenophobia.  In sisterhood, we stand together for Black Lives Matter and the struggle for economic and environmental justice with the songs we write.  We look forward to sharing them with you.

REGISTRATION is not required for tuning into the livestream above.  But when you register, you receive an automatic reminder about the show.  In addition, 100% of the financial contribution you make will benefit both The Poor People’ Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival and The People's Music Network For Songs of Freedom and Struggle.

ARTIST BIOS  (In alphabetical order)

Bev Grant is a labor and social activist, feminist, singer-songwriter, photographer, and winner of the 2017 Joe Hill Award from the Labor Heritage Foundation as well as the the ASCAP Foundation’s Jay Gorney award for her song "We Were There!" She is also founder and director of the Brooklyn Women’s Chorus and cultural director of the United Association of Labor Educators NE Union Women’s Summer School. She is the creator of a multi-media women’s labor history show, called “We Were There!”, which she presents throughout the United States. www.bevgrant.com;   www.bevgrantphotography.com

Liliana Herrera is a Chicana SOuL singer/songwriter, voice over artist and cultural worker based in the Bay Area. Hailing from California’s borderlands, she evokes her bicultural roots treading across vast musical genres and stages, uplifting the rich contributions of black, immigrant and indigenous communities through song and storytelling. Liliana’s recent projects include a collaboration with renowned Bay Area artists fighting to free asylum-seeking children and families from cages: Our Children Are Sacred , Liliana's debut EP: Late Night Taco Stand Music., as front vocalist with Cumbia-Dub band, Candelaria: Norte del Rio. Stay connected: on Facebook; IG: @liltunes; website: www.liltunes.com

Colleen Kattau is a bilingual vocalist songwriter who stirs listeners with her clear voice, collective spirit and rhythmic sensibility. Her music is featured on Democracy Now, or while singin’ down the SOA, and she performs at Phil Ochs nights. Her compositions are full of nature, social movements, and Latin American nueva canción. Colleen is a NERFA showcase artist. Last summer, she was invited to Italy perform at the International Ritmi y danze dal mondo Festival and at the European Ecovillages Conference in Tuscany. Besos/Kisses is her 2020 release. www.colleenkattau.com

“It’s a thrill singing with you” Tom Prasada-Rao

Lindsey Wilson is a singer-songwriter with a flare for nostalgia with her memorable mix of 70's style urban folk rock and conscious lyrics. Throughout her music career, Lindsey Wilson has embraced issues of the heart and mind within her original music. Love songs, protest tunes and lyrics of empowerment have all been a true representation of her style and sensibilities. Her influences stem from a myriad of musically conscious voices that spanned the 60's, 70's and 80's era such as Odetta, Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, and Joan Armatrading. But, Lindsey's message is truly her own.  www.lindseywilsonmusic.com

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