Please help us Sing Out the Vote this Wednesday, October 22, at 7 PM, at the
Unitarian Church, 93 W. Weisheimer Rd in Clintonville.
Organizer Holly Near says, "A little tour has become a traveling music
festival for change, dedicated to serving the brave people of Ohio. 8 cities
and 18 singers will weave in and out as schedule allows. Singing Out the
Vote in Columbus are some of our country's finest social change artists.
Come get renewed, refueled, and inspired so we all go full tilt to election
day. Add your voice to the choir!"
Holly has info on the other Ohio stops on her website:
Global Gallery has an additional location and they will have advance ticket
sales as well:
3535 North High Street, Clintonville. 614/262-5535.
The flyer is attached but all the text is quoted below, just in case you
have a problem with the attachment. I have added website information for
each of the artists so you can research them if you like.
SING OUT THE VOTE
A Suite for Change
Musicians on tour through Ohio to Sing Out the Vote will present a collage
of powerful social change songs written by participating artists, including:
Andre dos Santos Morgan
Poet On Watch
The Prince Myshkins
Vanessa and Tamara Torres
Tory Trujillo (you need to copy and paste from http: to 158787317 at the end)
"We come to inspire, heal, motivate, energize; however we can be of use. We
want to support the dedicated people of Ohio who are determined to see that
there is a fair and representative election this time around."
-organizer of Sing Out the Vote, Holly Near
7:00 p.m. October 22, 2008
First Unitarian Church of Columbus in Clintonville
93 West Weisheimer Road
Columbus OH 43201
Tickets will be sold at:
Global Gallery in the Short North
682 North High Street
Donations of $10.00 in cash or checks only.
Checks should be made out to Holly Near
with Sing Out The Vote on the memo line
Sing Out the Vote will be in Athens
7:00 p.m. October 24, 2008
at Arts West, 132 W State Street
Hope to see you there!
PS. This is not a benefit for any campaign nor is it sponsored by the
Unitarian Church. Funds collected will go towards renting the church and
reimbursing the artists, who are donating their time, travel, and backs
(sleeping on couches).