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What Were the '60s REALLY Like? WINTER SOLSTICE EXTRAVAGANZA

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The Cornelia Street Cafe

29 Cornelia Street

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"What Were the '60s REALLY Like?" WINTER SOLSTICE EXTRAVAGANZA: Friday, December 22nd, 6-8 PM

SPOKEN WORD & LIVE MUSIC show, inspired by Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize in Literature and a literal question the host's kid brother asked, which debuted at Cornelia Street Cafe in Greenwich Village on Inauguration Day and was featured in a story about artists' answer to a Trump presidency, marks its final installment in the 5-part series with a Holiday Show.

Join Children of The Sixties as we celebrate a cultural revolution still alive in us! Downtown poets, musicians, and memoirists gather for a last Sixties Show at Winter Solstice time to collectively conjure an oral history that speaks to Today!

Featuring songs by: Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Bob Marley, Leonard Cohen, Marvin Gaye, Laura Nyro,
The Lovin' Spoonful, The Four Tops, Alan Jay Lerner, and many more!

Kathryn Adisman, aka: K, host. Ellen Mandel, piano/vocals.

Contributors: Madeline Artenberg, Steve Dalachinsky, Dorothy Friedman, Davidson Garrett, Gordon Gilbert Jr., Ngoma Hill, Ron Kolm, Ptr Kozlowski, Rifka Kreiter, Tsaurah Litzky, Michael Lydon, Mindy Matijasevic, Eve Packer, Fred Simpson, Sparrow.

$10 includes a drink!

http://www.corneliastreetcafe.com/underground/Performances.asp?sdate=12/22/2017&from_cal=0

http://thevillager.com/2017/01/11/and-a-60s-child-shall-lead-them/


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