TUNE INTO THE LIVE BROADCAST
January 29, 7:00 PM - 9:00 P (ET):
This Concert is part of the 41st annual PMN Virtual Winter Convergence, from January 29-31, which you can register for here. If you're registering for the full convergence, there's no need to also register here. If you are already a PMN member, it is even better to register using the link above. But if you'd like to attend this special concert only at a low-cost, you can register for the concert using the Register button a the bottom of the left hand column!
* REGISTRATION isn't required to tune in to the free livestream, but when you register, you get an automatic reminder about the show with the option to tune in via Zoom.
(Emcee) FRANK ANTONIO LÓPEZ (LUMI) is a Dominican poet, emcee, and artist educator born and raised in Uptown NYC. He is a co-founder of The Peace Poets-- a collective of hip hop artists using art as a tool for organizing, healing & creative expression. www.thepeacepoets.com/artist/frank-lopez
KIM HARRIS is a gifted cantor, leader of song and a passionate cultural advocate. Kim is particularly interested in helping pass along the African American traditions of freedom singing that have sustained people through difficulty and oppression. If she does that, she says, "Then I'll know that I've done some good work...and it will be for the next generations to pass on the traditions as they see fit."
HOT GLUE & THE GUN is a NYC-based, indie collective that explores the gluey intersections of song, story, & each other. Founding members Carrie Klein & Joel McGlynn craft their work from old scraps of heartache, joy, collaboration, and conversation. Art is not a spectator sport. Come #BeTheGlue. Previous projects include: Autohighfidelicadillacomatic (EP-2016); The GLUEY ZOOMY SHOW (Series-2020). www.hotglueandthegun.com/
GARY ALLARD is a soulful Contemporary Singer-Songwriter. He continues to build his unique sound by extracting inspiration from a plethora of genres including Folk Pop, Gospel, R&B and Caribbean Music. He composes his lyrics from his own personal and social experiences, striving to connect with his audience through tender yet powerful emotional singing.
LEA GILMORE is one of the world's most respected inspirational vocalists, social justice and human rights advocates, song leader, and writer… Lea has been said to command a "rich and passionate voice in all ways… a gift from her soul to our ears and our heart." The jazz, blues, folk and gospel vocalist has lent her voice, literally and figuratively, to advocacy for the under-served around the globe and in her own backyard. www.leagilmore.net
NOTE: After registering for this Concert, if you decide you'd like to join the People's Music Network as a member, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: "Would like to join PMN". You will be given instructions for how to pay annual membership dues, minus any payment made for this workshop.
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