So excited about this show! Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. At the Arts Block in Greenfield Ma.
Moonlight sings songs of Gregory Porter – beloved Jazz/Blues vocalist and songwriter. Songs that will melt your heart, enliven your spirit, soothe your soul.
Miro Sprague is on keys! Michael Zsoldos, sax; Dave Picchi, bass, Jon Fisher, drums; Morning Star, back up vocals.
We’re really happy to be supporting the creation of a new Food Co-op in Amherst. We hope you’ll come out for this event!
COME JOIN US AT THE ARTS BLOCK ON SUNDAY JAN. 29, 2017 FOR A GOSPEL BRUNCH. BRUNCH STARTS AT 11 A.M. WE SING FROM 12 – 2 P.M.
FEATURING MOONLIGHT DAVIS, VOCALS
MORNING STAR, VOCALS; BENNY KOHN, PIANO; CHARLES NEVILLE, SAX ; DAVE CHRISTOPOLIS, BASS; LOU LEELYN AND LAURIE DIDONATO, BACK UP VOCALS.
GO TO THE ARTS BLOCK WEBSITE TO GET TICKETS: theartsblock.com
Sunday January 15th – we’ll celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King at the Unitarian Society of Northampton. 10 a.m. service – of music and spoken word. “Visions of Peace and Justice – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”
Location: 220 Main St. Northampton, Ma.
Join this community in song and celebration and commitment to our future generations. All are welcome!!
Dear Friends and Family,
How beautiful it was to gather with all of you yesterday in Greenfield for our “Love Trumps Hate” event.
People came with their wounded hearts, their angry hearts, their hope and their despair – and found comfort in being with friends and neighbors. The artists, musicians, poets, speakers who gave expression to their feelings were the voices of all of us. We are so grateful to them for sharing themselves.
And we are so grateful to all of you for being present, listening, dancing, giving all that you gave.
The Arts Block generously donated the space to us – and we cannot thank them enough for preparing for us, hosting us, providing drink and food – and a welcoming atmosphere for all.
Special thanks go to: Derrik Jordan for the multiple musical roles he played; John Sprague for his willingness to come in and help us raise the energy; David Allen for his help in setting up and taking down and to all of you who came from near and far! and contributed to the success of the event.
We are thinking of taking this show on the road – bringing ourselves to other communities, where we can invite local artists to contribute to an event that will bring people together. If you have connections to other communities or spaces/places that you think would welcome such an event – we would very much appreciate that information.
As people left yesterday, they thanked us, saying that they really needed to not feel alone at this time. They left with some hope.
That is food for our souls!
“Love Trumps Hate!”
Moonlight and Morning Star