A CONCERT FOR PEACE PROTEST
Guthrie Galileo and WaterFowl
with Sam Talmadge, & Emma Cook
8:00 PM DOORS
8:30 PM SHOW
The Peace & Justice Center is organizing buses to the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. We are also supporting a rally in Montpelier on the same day… …We will be departing on Friday, January 20, 10pm from Burlington. We expect to arrive in DC at 8am to take the orange line subway from New Carrollton to the Mall. The event starts at 10am. Buses will leave for home at 6:00pm. We expect to arrive back in Burlington at 4am on Sunday morning.' - from pjcvt.org
Peace is the objective. Protest is the means. It is not only our right, as citizens, to stand up for what we believe to be good—it is our collective responsibility. Join us for a concert in support of the Peace & Justice Center’s efforts to mobilize and encourage action on behalf of this responsibility. The concert will include performances from:
-Guthrie Galileo appearing with Waterfowl to play the music of Stevie Wonder and more.
-Emma Cook (of Questionable Company) [soundcloud.com/questionablecompany]
-Sam Talmadge [soundcloud.com/sam-talmadge]
In addition to speakers from the Peace & Justice Center, Vermont ISO and other local organizations.
All proceeds go to the Peace & Justice Center and transportation to and from the Women’s March and Inauguration Protests in D.C. and Montpelier.
More information on the D.C. and Montpelier marches can be found here: http://bit.ly/2eKDgj2 and here: http://bit.ly/2hInUNy
Guthrie Galileo is a northern California-based composer of a unique brand of alternative R&B music that is derived from an eclectic blend of influences and a desire to express the realities of human experience—the good, the bad, and always, the most sincere. He has performed in various sections of the West and East coast of the United States, and has traveled independently well beyond national borders, always listening and learning from the cross-cultural relationships built with people and places, along the way, and manifesting them within his art. His second full-length LP, The Ifandbut, available on Bandcamp, was appropriately called "an ideal soundtrack for late-night dreaming and melancholic brooding" (Liz Cantrell, SevendaysVT).