Date and Time
Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at 7:30pm
In the spirit of Emma Goldman’s famous attribution, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution,” the musical duo emma’s revolution brings their songs of social conscience, truth, and hope to Haverhill. They perform on Saturday May 18th at the New Moon Coffeehouse. The show starts at 8:00 pm. Local singer/songwriter Meg Rayne opens the evening.
Emma's revolution is the duo of award-winning activist musicians, Pat Humphries & Sandy O. The duo's songs create new standards in the art of social justice. Their great lyrics, melodies, harmonies, and enticing beat bring listeners to a higher social consciousness--always with a dash of healthy irreverence. Their song “Peace, Salaam, Shalom” and “Keep Moving Forward” are sung around the world at virtually any human rights gathering—labor, environment, immigration, women’s rights. Join the revolution.
Opener Meg Rayne hails from Newburyport. She is spiritual, sassy, and inspiring. As she says; “I sing my heart out…I feel so grateful that I can offer music that just might bring a little more love to this crazy world”.
The coffeehouse is located in the Universalist Unitarian Church, 16 Ashland St, Haverhill MA. Admission to the show is $20; $10 for those ages 18 and under.
Come hear these fantastic musicians. Tickets for this show are available at the door starting around 6:30; doors open at 7:30. Tickets may be reserved prior to the show by visiting www.newmooncoffeehouse.org, or by calling 978-459-5134.
The New Moon Coffeehouse is a nonprofit, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting and enjoying the creative talents of acoustic performers. We strive to bring you the best performers in a relaxing, friendly, smoke and alcohol free environment, where you can enjoy a great show, fair trade coffee, and awesome desserts. Bring your own mug and the coffee is only $1.00 for the evening.
The easiest way to get to the coffeehouse is to take 495 to exit 51A (Route 125 South). Stay on Route 125 South for about 1.5 miles. At intersection of Routes 125 & 110, look left for a red brick church. Turn left onto Kenoza Ave (aka Rte 110). Then first right by UHaul trucks. And right onto Ashland St. There are 2 parking lots available behind the church, on both sides of Ashland St. The coffeehouse entrance is also there, at the back of the church.