June 25, 2012
-- Time for the music of love and hope, and psychedelic pictures and colorful clothes. The Summer of Love 1967 spoke of hope for a better way of being, preaching love not war, and compassion not selfishness. It lives on with the 99% movement today. Experience the crazy, happy times and the music again July 7, at the Hungry Ear Coffee House, Summer of Love Celebration. Wear your fun,unique, painted, or tie-dyed clothes and join us for fun and music! At the same time, you can see our guest artist, Diana Pratt Dice's paintings in our NWUUC Gallery. She views the world with "skewed colors and perspectives in amazing and provoking ways." Perfect to enjoy with this special celebration!
Our performers are:
Ron Hipp & Carol Statella (Out of the Rain), "compelling, poignant sound, timeless and fresh." http://www.facebook.com/outoftherain
Cyndi Cravens & Jerry Brunner - sharing music with Atlanta audiences since the ’60s and ’70s, respectively;
together since the ’80s. http://www.facebook.com/cyndicraven
Pat Walsh - "quirky Anglophilic melody with wonderful imagery." http://www.facebook.com/
Bruce Gilbert - "expert at shaping mini dramas and landscapes out of the raw clay of electronic music." http://www.facebook.com/
Paul Pendery- singer/songwriter in the folk tradition
Bob Bakert, MC and singer/songwriter who plays folk music to progressive jazz. http://www.facebook.com/
Show starts at 8:00, doors open at 7:30. Snacks available, BYOW, $5 donation at door. Please bring canned food donation for the Community Assistance Center.