Third Annual Ray Korona Song Night
Saturday April 8, 8pm
at the PEOPLES’ VOICE CAFE Community Church, 40 E 35th (near Park), NYC 10016
contribution $20 • subscribers $12 • no one turned away
raykorona.com • peoplesvoicecafe.org
flyer to share • facebook event to share
“We need more Ray Korona songs!” We hear this a lot from people struggling to survive the Trump regime. It is striking how many of his songs are more relevant today than ever. “It’s Still the Sixties” for sure. Ray wrote songs about jobs, Social Security, health care, war and the nuclear brink, water, the environment, prisons, homelessness, women’s rights and more. Perhaps what we need most now from Ray’s music is his optimistic vision of the future. His songs encourage us and empower us to fight back!
Please join us for our third annual concert of Ray Korona songs since he passed away. The band – Ivice, Barry Kornhauser, Ellen Davidson, Gina Tlamsa and Sharon Abreu — augmented by Laura Liben and Chris Owens – will present a number of his songs. Interspersed will be guest performances by Steve Brant, Joel Cohen, Suzanne Cohen, Lydia Adams Davis, Lisa Garrison, Emma Graves, Sharleen Leahey, Adele Rolider, Ben Silver, Steve Suffet, Mercy Van Vlack and Lindsey Wilson.
We encourage you to bring flyers about your activist events. Our program is packed, so we will have extremely limited time for announcements from the stage.
See you in a few days, and in the meantime, check out the many videos on the Ray Korona Band website:
Ruthie Indeck and the Ray Korona Band