When:
March 4, 2021 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
2021-03-04T16:30:00-08:00
2021-03-04T18:00:00-08:00
Where:
Mandolin Streaming
https://boxoffice.mandolin.com/collections/john-mccutcheon/products/john-mccutcheon-march-forth-action-and-activism
Cost:
$5 to $50, $20 Gen’l Admiss; $30 Family; $5 Unempl/Laid Off

John McCutcheon writes and performs music that informs, inspires, and motivates…from our history and from John’s prolific pen.  As he tells it, “Music can move hips, hearts, and, sometimes, mountains.”

His introduction to folk music came via 1963’s March on Washington, and from from the very beginning he saw music as connected to something greater than mere entertainment: inclusive, participatory and powerful.  In his 50-year career, he has written song after song celebrating the struggles of ordinary people fighting for dignity and respect…in the mine, the mill, the classroom; in the kitchen, the factory or the office. His songs can be hilarious or they can be angry.  But inevitably – and we think this is his great gift – they tell the small stories that reveal great truths.

His songs celebrate the struggles of ordinary people fighting for dignity and respect…in the mine, the mill, the classroom; in the kitchen, the factory or the office. They can be hilarious or angry but inevitably – one of his great gifts – they tell the small stories that reveal great truths.

We are proud to be a partner in presenting the powerfully moving music of John McCutcheon, along with these powerful groups of hardworking, justice-making people across the country. 30% of ticket sales from this event will equally benefit these ten organizations, including the Church Council!

Common Ground on the Hill (Westminster, MD)

Walkabout Clearwater Coffeehouse (White Plains, NY)

Austin Sanctuary Network (Austin, TX)

Union Church (Berea, KY)

Eighth Step (Schenectady, NY)

Highlander Center (New Market, TN)

Alliance for Appalachia (London, KY)

Woody Guthrie Center (Tulsa, OK)

Church Council of Greater Seattle (Seattle, WA)

WhyHunger (New York, NY)

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