Folk Music and Activism Duo

. March 1, 2019.
Charlie King and Annie Patterson

Make it a point to hear the soothing sounds of activist folk singers Charlie King and Annie Patterson as they get political with clever musings about the world’s struggles and what connects all of us to the human experience. Patterson is known for being co-creator of many songbook series, including Rise Up Singing and Rise Again. This benefit concert for the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice is both a chance for people to hear beautiful folk music and to come together in a spirit of hope.

$10-$50
7:30pm-10pm | Saturday, March 23
Church of the Good Shepherd
2145 Independence Blvd.
734-476-3399 | eventbrite.com

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