13th ~ 7:30pm
Pat Humphries and Sandy Opatow are part of a new generation of true folk singers. Their songs are about truth and justice and freedom. Pat's anthems "Keep on Moving Forward, "Common Thread", and "Swimming to the Other Side", are sung at peace and justice events around the world and have been translated into seven languages. "Keep on Moving Forward" opened the Fourth UN World Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. Sandy's “If I Give Your Name” won Grand Prize in the Folk Category of the John Lennon songwriting contest.
Emma's Revolution is smart, funny and informative -
like Jon Stewart and Rachel Madow with guitars. They
bring their uprising of truth, hope, and a dash of
healthy irreverence to their concerts across
the US. Traveler, one of Houston's premiere
local bands, will provide the opener for this concert.
“. . . extraordinary young people writing songs." - Pete Seeger
“Emma's Revolution stands out among those voices that deliver a nudge to our conscience and our sense of who we could be.” - The Daily Herald, Everett, WA
Millbend Coffeehouse, a part of
the social outreach of
Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Church, meets the 2nd
Saturday of every month and is a smoke free, family friendly
environment. Recommended Donation: $20.00 Adults; Children Under 12: $4. (Child
care available). **Ticket prices for some shows may be
higher, which will be reflected on the
Advance Ticket Purchase page.**
Gourmet Fair Trade coffee and a variety of
pastries and snacks is available in our Kitchen during each show.
All proceeds after expenses benefit a local charity decided
by audience vote.
For additional information, to reserve
seats, or to inquire about performing/opening at Millbend
Coffeehouse, please contact us by
Pat (936) 499-9559 or
Teresa (281) 350-3052.
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