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Si Kahn, Joe Jencks, & Maria Dunn
Memorial United Methodist Church ( Main Sanctuary!)
White Plains, NY
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Date
Mar 11, 2017 6:30 PM
Doors open 6:30, Teachabout at 6:45, show starts at 7:30



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General $20.00 ($21.69 w/service fee)
25.00 at door  
 
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Si Kahn, Joe Jencks, & Maria Dunn
Si Kahns songs of family, community, love, work and freedom have been recorded and performed by hundreds of artists around the world, They have been translated into at least half a dozen languages, including French, Welsh, Hebrew, Swedish, Drents (a Dutch dialect) and Plattdeutsch (Low German). Such songs as Aragon Mill (aka Belfast Mill, Oregon Mill, Weave and Spin, Douglas Mills), Gone Gonna Rise Again, Go To Work On Monday, and Rubber Blubber Whale have become part of the oral tradition, and are sung in folk clubs and living rooms, at demonstrations and on picket lines around the world. He has composed original music and lyrics for half a dozen films and videos.

Joe Jencks is an international touring performer, songwriter, entertainer, and educator, based in Chicago, IL. Joe has spent the last 12 years touring full time. His songs have traveled to every continent via his own performances, radio, CDs, web casts, and other musicians. He is noted for his unique merging of musical beauty, social consciousness, and spiritual exploration. Jencks weaves a diverse web of stories with brilliant musical skill, ensnaring even the most rigid of hearts, inviting them to open. His songs invite us to live inside of our passions and our beliefs. In 2010, Jencks co-founded a dynamic new trio called Brother Sun with colleagues Greg Greenway and Pat Wictor. The trio performs widely throughout the United States and Canada, and their current recording "Some Part of the Truth" debuted at #1 on the Folk DJ Chart in March and remained there in April.

Past and current Juno-nominated songwriter Maria Dunn draws deeply on the folk tradition of storytelling through song. (Her album "Gathering" is nominated for 2017 Best Traditional Roots Album of the Year. Juno Awards are presented by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.) Melding North American roots music with her Scottish-Irish heritage, she sings about the resilience and grace of ordinary people, past and present. She recently released Gathering, a collection of songs inspired by lovethe love of family, community and humanity that connects us and fires our actions to make the word a better place. Her previous five independent recordings include: Piece By Piece (2013 Canadian Folk Music Award Nominee), The Peddler (2009 CFMA Nominee), and For A Song (2002 Juno Nominee).

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Memorial United Methodist Church ( Main Sanctuary!) (View)
250 Bryant Avenue
White Plains, NY 10605
United States


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Music > Folk

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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