Nov.14 & 15: Concerts in Altlanta, Georgia
Nov. 16 & 17: Concerts in Columbus, Georgia
Concerts in Atlanta
Please join us for two Atlanta concerts for the School of the Americas Watch at Steve’s Live Music
234 Hilderbrand Dr Sandy Springs,GA 30328
Wednesday, November 14
A night of Latin music with Colleen Kattau, Francisco Herrera, and Vientos del Pueblo
Thursday, November 15
The SOA Watch Musicians’ Collective, featuring Charlie King, Phyllis Free, Joe Jencks, Gayanne Guerin, Elise Witt, and the New Danger Collective.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Shows starts at 7:00
Tickets: $8-98 please be affordable and generous.
Reservations recommended: StevesLiveMusic.com
Proceeds support the work of School of the Americas Watch and the November Vigil at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia (November 16-18)!
Click here to download the Atlanta concerts flyer!
Concerts in Columbus, Georgia
Friday night concert
Columbus Convention Center, Center Hall
With Joe Jencks, Francisco Herrera, Omari, Elise Witt, emma's revolution, Charlie King, Colleen Kattau, Steve Jacobs
Saturday night concert
Columbus Convention Center Ballroom
Son del Centro
Son del Centro is a group of companeros and camaradas who are students, musicians, activists, dancers, friends and organizers from various parts of Santa Ana, California. The group was formed to create a space for youth to explore their traditions, creativity and consciousness, through son jarocho music.
Puerto Rican vocalist Taína Asili carries on the tradition of her ancestors, fusing past and present struggles into one soulful and defiant voice. Taína Asili's voice exudes strength of Spirit, filling its listeners with the fervor of freedom and inspiring audiences to dance to the movement of rebellion.
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Son Altepee is a traditional string band from Veracruz, Mexico. Son Altepee make their own instruments, repair instruments, teach string music, contribute to traditional community celebrations, build community with elders and youth in several communities throughout southern Veracruz, and they support several struggles for liberation and self determination in Veracruz and throughout Mexico.