March 12, 2011 - 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

FEATURING: emma’s revolution & Colleen Kattau

May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
3800 E. Genesee Street, Syracuse, New York

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ArtRage is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day &
our exhibition of women’s art with this  ROCKIN’ CONCERT to benefit the gallery!
Tickets are available at the ArtRage Gallery and online.
Doors open at 7pm for a community reception featuring local women’s organizations reception
Concert begins at 8pm
General Seating Advance Sale tickets: $15
Tickets at the door (cash or check only): $20

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emma’s revolution is the duo of award-winning, activist musicians, Pat Humphries & Sandy O, who write songs that become traditions and are imbued with hope, warmth and the power and drive to turn tears into laughter, cynicism into action. A motivating force in intimate concerts and mass demonstrations, infused with inspiration from the legacy of music for social change, Pat Humphries and Sandy O’s dynamic harmonies are multiplied by hundreds of thousands. Emma Goldman stood for everybody’s right to beautiful, radiant things. Join the revolution!

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Colleen Kattau is a vocalist songwriter in both Spanish and English. A dynamic performer, whose music has been called, “Power and beauty steeping in a fine tea.” She’s performed on Amy Goodman’s Democracy Now and is a featured artist at SOAWatch vigils. “Joe Hill would be proud. Great singer and organizer at the same time,” Pete Seeger. “Colleen Kattau sings with a common passion that makes you believe the world could be saved by beauty,” Charlie King. “She is such a bright spirit, has a powerful voice, and seems to laugh and dance where ever she goes,” Holly Near.

For more great music events on February 4, February 18 and March 4, please visit www.folkus.org

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