I thought it would be cold enough for there to be a lot of ice in the East River, but there was not so much. Music from the play Atomic Stone Age by Alec Bennett and Michael Natale – 1998
Play Diem brings free music to NYC parks. Featuring “The Rock of ’69”: A Tribute to the “The Church of Rock N’ Roll” – NYC’s legendary Fillmore East, The Wholes and Sofus.
Reverend Billy Talen and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir meet in Times Square in front of the Army recruiting station to preach about the perils to our friends the honeybees.
I asked Reverend Billy Talen how the court case against him was going. Last October he was arrested after the Choir did a musical performance in a mid-town Chase bank. At one point he faced a possible year in prison for this.
Intrepid Special GammaBlog correspondent, Liz interviews Birdman of Rainbow Music on First Avenue near St. Mark’s Place. I was glad I didn’t bring the whole place tumbling down with my video rig.
Ben Shepard called out to his friends on Facebook to gather in Washington Square Park to remember Pete Seeger and sing his songs in the cold, cold night.
“I Have Sung in Hobo Jungles, and I Have Sung for the Rockefellers”: Pete Seeger Refuses to “Sing” for HUAC
our signs are more fun: on the philosophy and activism of pete seeger