This is the second of two edited Songs of Freedom episodes featuring Pat Wictor’s performance at the Peoples’ Voice Café in New York City on October 30, 2021. Pat shared that it was the first time he performed in front of a live audience since the Covid lockdown began almost one and a half years earlier. It was a sweet and memorable evening where friends and others got to gather to share and enjoy live music safely once again.
Many thanks and much love to the volunteers who coordinate and make shows at the Peoples’ Voice Café possible, even during these pandemic times. The PVC remains New York City’s premiere progressive venue.
You can follow Pat Wictor online at his website, www.patwictor.com, ant at his Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/patwictor
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ABOUT SONGS OF FREEDOM TELEVISION Joel Landy has been producing and hosting Songs of Freedom TV since 1996, celebrating the dignity of human struggle, with its many faces and many voices. The show has won the prestigious Hometown Video Award (Empowerment Category) and continues to be seen throughout NYC and via the internet. You can visit the show’s website for upcoming episodes and viewing times at: www.singfreedom.org/songs-of-freedom/
ABOUT THE PEOIPLES’ VOICE CAFE The Peoples’ Voice Cafe is an alternative coffeehouse offering quality entertainment, and providing a space for the artistic expression of a wide variety of humanitarian issues and concerns. The cafe is run as a not-for-profit collective and is not affiliated with any political organization. New participating members and subscribers are always welcome. The Cafe is alcohol-free. If you would like to become a volunteer at NYC’s premiere progressive venue, contact Sally Campbell at 212-787-3903 or firstname.lastname@example.org