The Commonwealth Coalition's
"Something Worth Doing" Concert
WAS "ROCKIN" IN WILLIAMSBURG LAST NIGHT!!
THE ONLY WORD OF THE EVENING WAS "AWESOME"!!
CLAPPING WAS NOT HEARD - IT WAS ALL - APPLAUSE! APPLAUSE!
THESE PERFORMERS HAVE COME TOGETHER ESPECIALLY TO HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR THE COMMONWEALTH COALITION!!
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SEE & HEAR THEM WORK THEIR ENTERTAINMENT MAGIC WITH THEIR AUDIENCES.
FROM U2 & JOHN LENNON to a REGGAE VERSION OF "JACK & JILL"
ITS NOT A CONCERT - BUT AN EXPERIENCE!
A COMING TOGETHER OF LOVE, ENTERTAINMENT
AND SUPPORT FOR AN IMPORTANT CAUSE!
THESE CONCERTS ARE WORTH A DRIVE!!!
Proceeds to benefit the Commonwealth Coalition
Be Entertained, Be Informed, Be Inspired - and
SUPPORT AN IMPORTANT CAUSE.
Originally from Richmond, Greg Greenway is a rare combination of instrumental expertise, soulful and moving singer, powerful poet, and sparkling entertainer--one of those difficult-to-categorize performers who have found a home in the modern acoustic genre. Musically, he draws inspiration from all over the map--gospel, rock, blues, Jazz, and world music. But his center is in the singer/songwriter tradition that traces its roots all the way back to the social awareness of Woody Guthrie. To learn more about Greg and his music, go to www.GregGreenway.com.
Wishing Chair is known for their engaging performances, haunting harmonies and award winning songs. Any subject is fair game: from politics to coal strikes, punk bars to Calamity Jane. As Euan Bear writes, "Wishing Chair has a passion about the truth, about being emotionally available to tell it, and that for me, is the essence of folk music." To learn more about Wishing Chair and their music, go to www.WishingChair.com.
Minimum suggested donation for each concert - $15.00
Sunday, September 10, 2006 . 7:00 pm
Unitarian Church of Norfolk
739 Yarmouth Street , Norfolk VA 23510
www.ucnorfolk.org . 757.627.5371