Since late March 2020, PMN members have gathered online every week to share inspiring music that lifts our spirits.  Many of the songs being shared address the new world we're living in now because of the pandemic.  Find links below to the lyrics and video from these events!

August 23: PMN Online Song and Poetry Swap

1. Russ Chandler, UK "The Labouring Man" www.russchandlermusic.com (RussChandlerMusic)
2. Lindsey Wilson, U.S. "Stand For the People" www.LindseyWilsonMusic.com (Lindsey Wilson Music)
3. Tayo Aluko, UK "Greatness In a Time of Covid" www.tayoalukoandfriends.com (Tayo Aluko)
4. Susan Rogers, U.S. "Finlandia Rise Up"
5. Kathy Runswick, UK "We There There (Sandra Kerr)"
6. Gary Allard, U.S. "The Rain Come Down"
7. gerry ffrench, UK "Where Did All The Flowers Go?" www.gerryffrench.com (Gerry ffrench, Folk Singer)
8. Bev Grant, U.S. "" www.bevgrant.com
9. Penny Stone, UK "Fair Palestine" www.singlouderthanguns.com/
10. Jendog Lonewolf, U.S. "" www.ilovejendog.com (ilovejendog)
11. Arema Arega Music,Painting & Fashion, Spain "I see you in the Sunlight" www.arema-arega.com
12. Miles Megaciph, U.S. "No Fear Now" www.megaciph.com (Megaciph)
13. Tom Lavin, UK "Take a Message to the Messenger"
14. Jeff SIEGEL, U.S. "Don't Worry Your Money is Safe"
15. Maggie and Pete Eiseman-Renyard, UK "Liberty Tree"
16. Gwen Owen, U.S. "The Garden"
17. John Warburton, UK "Younger Man" www.Johnwarby.webs.com (John Warburton)
18. Anne Price, U.S. "They Can't Put It Back"
19. Amanda MacLean, UK "Lamentations"
20. Sharleen Leahey, U.S. "The Woman's Suffrage Song" www.rumorsofpeace.net (Sharleen Leahey)
21. Skinner & T'witch, UK "Scapegoat" www.skinnerandtwitch.com (Skinner & T'witch's Pick n' Mix Social Club)
22. Steve Deasy, Canada "Money Grubbing Scum" www.stevedeasy.com

August 13: PMN Online Song and Poetry Swap

2. 4.06 PM - Steve Deasy- Ontario– Money Grubbing Scum

3. 4.12 PM - Jan Luby- Rhode Island– Coloring Outside the Lines

4. 4.18 PM - Roy Gamse- Virginia– Viola Liuzzo

5. 4.24 PM - Paul Kaplan- Massachusetts– Little Boxes

6. 4.30 PM - Steve Siegelbaum- New York– The Forever Dance

7. 4.36 PM - ELYAS ISAACS- New York– SO MANY SICK AND DYING (THE PANDEMIC PRAYER)

8. 4.42 PM - Larry Fox- Connecticutt– Let's Send Him Packing

9. 4.48 PM - Patricia Shannon- Georgia– What Kind of Job is Important

10. 4.54 PM - Nell (Michael & Nell artists) Levin- Tennessee– Boss Called A Meeting

11. 5.00 PM - Marc Hecker- New York– Keep Them Lamps Trimmed

12. 5.06 PM - Paul McKenna- Oregon– That Covid-19

13. 5.12 PM - Lydia Davis- New York– The Great Distractor

14. 5.18 PM - Ryc Ward- New York– Way Over the Moon!

15. 5.24 PM - L Pinetree- New York– God's Counting on Me, God's Counting on You

16. 5.30 PM - robert brashear- New York– how long, O lord

17. 5.36 PM - Marcie Boyd- California– Rabo de Nube

18. 5.42 PM - Jenny Amanda Hurwitz- New York– TBD

19. 5.48 PM - Don Billings- – (poem) I won't Stand For This

20. 5.54 PM - Ben Grosscup- Massachusetts– We just Come to Work Here

August 6: Hiroshima Never Again International Concert

1. 3.06 PM (EDT) RAGING GRANNIES, "Same Old War," NYC ()

2. 3.12 PM (EDT) MIKE MARKER, "Enola Gay," by Utah Phillips, Vancouver, BC

3. 3.18 PM (EDT) Charlie King, "Acceptible Risks," Massachusetts (http://www.charlieking.org)

4. 3.24 PM (EDT) David Rovics, "Hiroshima," Oregon (www.davidrovics.com)

5. 3.30 PM (EDT) Foty Fusion, "KAN FE MARRA TIFLIS GHEIR" by Marcel Khalife, Washington, DC (fotyfusion.com)

6. 3.36 PM (EDT) DAVID BERNZ, "I Am Fukushima," Hudson Valley, NY

7. 3.42 PM (EDT) BOB BOSSIN, "The Riley Boys," by Carol Denny, BC, Canada (www.bossin.com/)

8. 3.48 PM (EDT) Miles E. Thomas, "43 Seconds," Mobile, AL (https://www.megaciph.com)

9. 3.54 PM (EDT) STORM, "Aug 6th & 9th,1945 Meld," Massachusetts

10. 4.00 PM (EDT) Tayo Aluko, "The Little Girl Of Hiroshima," Liverpool, UK (www.tayoalukoandfriends.com/)

11. 4.06 PM (EDT) Seattle Jim Page, "Hiroshima-Nagasaki Russian Roulette," Seattle, WA (jimpage.net)

12. 4.12 PM (EDT) Klee Benally, "Song Of The Sun," Arizona (kleebenally.com/)

13. 4.18 PM (EDT) TED WARMBRAND, "Why Get So Excited," Arizona ()

14. 4.24 PM (EDT) PENNY STONE, "Freedom Come All Ye'," Scotland (singlouderthanguns.com/)

16. 4.36 PM (EDT) Irakli kakabadze, "ADD_TITLE," Tbilisi, Georgia

17. 4:42 PM (EDT) Sarah Pirtle, "One Flame," Massachusetts, (http://sarahpirtle.com/hope-sings/index.htm)

18. 4.48 PM (EDT) Russ Chandler, "Accident Of Birth," UK (https://russchandlermusic.com/)

19. 4.54 PM (EDT) Courtney Dowe Singer/Songwriter, "Radiation Blues," Washington, DC (courtneydowemusic.com/)

20. 5.00 PM (EDT) Peggy Seeger, "How I Long for Peace" UK (www.peggyseeger.com/)

21. 5.06 PM (EDT) PAT DECOU & TEX LAMOUNTAIN, "Seabrook Song," Massachusetts (www.patandtex.com/)

22. 5.12 PM (EDT) MARGARET WALTERS, "Shall There Be Womanly Times," Sydney, Australia (https://margwalterssteadfast.wordpress.com/)

23. 5.18 PM (EDT) Luci Murphy, "Down By The Riverside," Washington, DC

24. 5.24 PM (EDT) MOLLY SCOTT, "We Are All One Planet," Massachusetts (www.mollyscott.com/)

25. 5.30 PM (EDT) Fred Small, "Cranes Over Hiroshima," Massachusetts (www.revfredsmall.com/)

July 30PMN Online Song and Poetry Swap

    1. 7.35 PM: Joel Landy, NY – "I Cannot Teach Your Children When I’m Dead"

    2. 7.40 PM: "Cleo" Carol Knopf, NY – "Bronx Dreamer"

    3. 7.45 PM: @Joe Virga, FL – "Lets light a candle" (https://www.reverbnation.com/joevirga)

    4. 7.50 PM: Tobie Hoffman, PA – "How Many Days More"

    5. 7.55 PM: Joia Mukherjee, MA – "i can't breathe"

    6. 8.00 PM: Benjamin Seibert, NY – "The Great Compromise OR Take the Star Out of the Window (John Prine)"

    7. 8.05 PM: Juliana-Julie Barnet and Sophie Barnet-Higgins, MD – "Vuela Paloma"

    9. 8.10 PM: NYC Raging Grannies, NY – "SAME OLD WAR"

    9. 8.15 PM: L Pinetree, NY – "The Dream (in memory of John Lewis)"

    10. 8.20 PM: Steve Deasy, ON – "Cognitively There"

    11. 8.25 PM: helen wintrob, NY – "just want to listen"

    12. 8.30 PM: Joanie Calem, OH – "Thou Shalt Not Kill" (www.joaniecalem.com)

    13. 8.35 PM: Morgan Guyton, VA – "Love Chases" (www.soundcloud.com/revstarchild)

    14. 8.40 PM: Ryc Ward NY – "Front Page News"

    15. 8.45 PM: Marc Hecker, NY – "Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill"

    16. 8.50 PM: Pat Lamanna, NY – "I'll March Till I Can't March Anymore"

    17. 8.55 PM: David Ladon, CO – "After the Wars" (www.davidladon.com)

    18. 9.00 PM: Rev STORM, MA – "Poem(20 sec)I,The Phoenix, Rise song Hard Times A Coming both original"

    19. 9.05 PM: Mary McCaffrey, DE – "Freedom Suite: Oh Freedom, Come Go..., I'm on my..., Glory Hallelujah"

    20. 9.10 PM: Lydia Adams Davis, NY – "Homes Along the River OR A Woman's Job"


    July 26

    • VIDEO
    • PERFORMERS: (In alphabetical order):
    Bev Grant: www.bevgrantphotography.com
    Liliana Herrera: www.liltunes.com
    Colleen Kattau: www.colleenkattau.com
    Lindsey Wilson: www.lindseywilsonmusic.com


    Saturday, July 24: PMN Trans-Atlantic Song Swap, Part 1 of 2

    1. 4.00 PM (EDT) Sandra Twitchett & Steve Skinner (Skinner & T'witch) Invited Artist, UK --"Bring Back Robin Hood"

    2. 4.06 PM (EDT) Deborah Silverstein, PMN Member, U.S. --"Draglines"

    3. 4.12 PM (EDT)Russ Chandler(as Steve White & the Protest Family), Invited Artist, UK --"A Statue of Boris Johnson"

    4. 4.18 PM (EDT) Terry Leonino & Greg Artzner (Magpie), PMN Member, U.S. --"Build the World"

    5. 4.24 PM (EDT) Kathy Wallis, Invited Artist, UK --"Geevor Lads"

    6. 4.30 PM (EDT) Luci Murphy, PMN Member, U.S. --"Palestine"

    7. 4.36 PM (EDT)Joe Solo, Invited Artist, UK --"No Pasaran"

    8. 4.42 PM (EDT) Miles MegaciphMiles E. Thomash, PMN Member, U.S. --"Everybody Arise"

    9. 4.48 PM (EDT) Patrick DeSimio, PMN Member, U.S. --"Do You Know the Words?"

    10. 4.54 PM (EDT)David Roth, PMN Member, U.S. --"Home of the Brave"

    11. 5.00 PM (EDT)Phoebe Rees Music, Invited Artist, UK --"Mississippi Summer "

    12. 5.06 PM (EDT)Steve Suffet, PMN Member, U.S. --"Can You Hear That Steam Whistle Blow?"

    13. 5.12 PM (EDT) Maggie & Peter Eiseman-Renyard, Invited Artist, UK --"John Ball"

    14. 5.18 PM (EDT) Cleo Carol Knopf, PMN Member, U.S. --"A Ballad for George Floyd"

    15. 5.24 PM (EDT)Tim Brooks, Invited Artist, UK --"The Migrant"

    16. 5.30 PM (EDT) Jendog Lonewolf, PMN Member, U.S. --"Black People! Black People!"

    17. 5.36 PM (EDT)Kathy Runswick, Invited Artist, UK --"The coming home song"

    18. 5.42 PM (EDT)Barbara Deanand Graham Dean, PMN Member, U.S. --"Come Home, Tom Paine"

    19. 5.48 PM (EDT)Hali Hammer, PMN Member, U.S. --"We Will Rise Together"

    20. 5.54 PM (EDT) Amanda Maclean, Invited Artist, UK --"A' Jock Tamson's Bairns"

    21. 6.00 PM (EDT) Ben Grosscup, PMN Member, U.S. --"Let's Build a Socialist System"


    July 19: The Centennial of Women’s Suffrage & Empowerment

    Elise Bryant

    Lydia Adams Davis

    Bev Grant

    Colleen Kattau

    Pat Lamanna

    Sharleen Leahey

    Jendog Lonewolf

    Carol Simon LevinPMN Trans-Atlantic Song Swap, Part 1 of 2

    July 17: 


    1. 7.35 PM- Sarah Pirtle – Massachusetts – "Together Side by Side"

    2. 7.40 PM- Paul Baker – Nicaragua – "I Thought I Heard Sweet Victor...Singing"

    3. 7.45 PM- Nell Levin – Tennessee – "Don't Blow Up The Mountain"

    4. 7.50 PM- Jonathan Talbot – New York – "Hate has No Home Here"

    5. 7.55 PM- Terri Roben – New York – "Whatever Happens"

    6. 8.00 PM- George Mann – New York – ""My Name is George""

    7. 8.05 PM- Tret Fure Music – Virginia – "Far Too Fast"

    8. 8.10 PM- Joe Virga – Florida – "Free and Clean"

    9. 8.15 PM- Robin Greenstein – NYC – ""

    10. 8.20 PM- Mary Lutz of NYC Metro Raging Grannies – NYC – "Ban the Confederate Flag"

    11. 8.25 PM- Lydia Adams Davis – New York – "A Woman’s Job"

    12. 8.30 PM- Jendog Lonewolf – NYC – "Outside of My Self or Lyrical Wizardy"

    13. 8.35 PM- Jenny Brown – NYC – "Ballad of the ERA - Kristen Lems"

    14. 8.40 PM- Don Billings – New York – "Free Speech in America"

    15. 8.45 PM- Lisa Wright – Virginia – "My Daily Bread"

    16. 8.50 PM- Mary McCaffrey – Delaware – "Ella's Song (We Who Believe in Freedom)"

    17. 8.55 PM- Marcie Boyd – California – "Rabo de Nube"

    18. 9.00 PM- Hali Hammer – California – "Lady Liberty Speaks"

    19. 9.05 PM- Sally Campbell– NYC – "There is no way TO peace; peace IS the way"

    20. 9.10 PM- Louise Hetzler – Massachusetts – "Pandemic Paradox Prayer"

    21. 9.15 PM- Ruth Pelham – New York – "Wings of Time"


    July 2: Songs to Hear During a Pandemic

    1. 7:35 PM: Jane Moore– "Change Got To Come"

    2. 7:40 PM: Richard Mattocks– "Dream of the Miner's Child"

    3. 7:45 PM: Luci Murphy– "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize (Hold On)"

    4. 7:50 PM: Steve Siegelbaum– "Black Lives - White Lives"

    5. 7:55 PM: Jayanthi Rajasa– "Hand in hand" Jayanthi Kyle

    6. 8:00 PM: Ryc Ward – "People Rise Up!"

    7. 8:05 PM: Mara Levine– "Daughters and Sons by Tommy Sands"

    8. 8:10 PM: Paul McKenna– "Tweetin' Cretin"

    9. 8:15 PM: Sharleen Leahey– "New World"

    10. 8:20 PM: Don Billings– "(poem) What Have We Become"

    11. 8:25 PM: Pat Lamanna– "What Did You Learn at Home Today"

    12. 8:30 PM: Mike Glick– "Let's Build A Wall Around Jesus"

    13. 8:35 PM: Jenny Amanda Hurwitzmanda Hurwitz– "TBD"

    14. 8:40 PM: Steve Eulberg/Owl Mountain Music, Inc.– "i miss america"

    15. 8:45 PM: Barbara Dean Dean– "The Ballad of MumBet"

    16. 8:50 PM: Jim Burrill– "Sea Change"

    17. 8:55 PM: Louise Hetzler– "TBD"

    18. 9:00 PM: Ben Grosscup – "Let's Build a Socialist System"

    19. 9:05 PM: ELYAS ISAACS– "MAY HER CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN"

    20. 9:10 PM: Verne McArthur– "Sittin' Here In Limbo"

    21. 9:15 PM: Joel Landy– "Songs of Freedom"


    June 26:  Artists Against Racial Oppression: Hip Hop & Spoken Word Collaboration

    1. 7:35 PM: Dilson Hernandez Dilson Hernandez- "Freedom Time"
    2. 7:40 PM: Sav-B Sav-B - "Dreams"
    3. 7:45 PM: Frankie Lumi of The Peace Poets
    4. 7:50 PM: Jendog Lonwolf Jendog Lonewolf
    5. 7:55 PM: The Everyday Bite The Everyday Bite
    6. 8:00 PM: Storm - "Risin Voices"
    7. 8:05 PM: Amere Soul - "911"
    8. 8:10 PM: Hatress Barbour
    9. 8:15 PM: Emilio the Poet
    10. 8:20 PM: Wallace St. Clair HQ Brothers
    11. 8:25 PM: Destiny Padilla
    12. 8:30 PM: Woody Caceres Zero Conditionz - "Starz of Humanity"
    13. 8:35 PM: Self Suffice (Rapoet) Khaiim RapOet
    14. 8:40 PM: Miles Megaciph Thomas Megaciph
    15. 8:45 PM: Diana (Luz) Ozario
    16. 8:50 PM: Samson Samson (Poet/Songwriter)
    17. 8:55 PM: Artist Up Nicole Watson
    18. 9:00 PM: YTCL Crystal Ki'Alohi Lopez
    19. 9:05 PM: David Roberts (D-Black)
    20. 9:10 PM: Yhamir Chabarz Yhamir Chabur
    21. 9:15 PM: Quique Aviles Carnicería Quique - "Get Ready"
    22. 9:20 PM: Elias Ali Elias Ali
    23. 9:25 PM: Messiah Ramkissoon
    24: 9:30 PM: 2daypresents
    25. 9:35 PM: Dilson Hernandez and Ben Grosscup
    - "No More Sacrifice Zones"


    June 18: Songs to Hear During a Pandemic

    • VIDEO
    • Lyrics
    • ORDER OF SHOW:

      1. 7:35 PM: Colleen Kattau, New York– "She delivers"

      2. 7:40 PM: Jonathan Talbot, New York– ""The Streets of Manhattan""

      3. 7:45 PM: Sue JEffers, Ohio– "Song for the Wage Slave (Song for 1910)" Sue JEffers

      4. 7:50 PM: Laurie Siegel, New York– "Song of Hope"

      5. 7:55 PM: Paul Kaplan, Massachusetts– "TBD"

      6. 8:00 PM: Galen Brandt, New Jersey– "Make This New Day"

      7. 8:05 PM: Nancy Schimmel, CALIFORNIA– "Walking the Dog"

      8. 8:10 PM: Ben Grosscup, Massachusetts– "One in Six Have Disappeared (Charlie King)"

      9. 8:15 PM: Paul McKenna, Oregon– "Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine"

      10. 8:20 PM: Joel Landy, New York– "The Torn Flag"

      11. 8:25 PM: Jackson Gillman, Massachusetts– "We and They"

      12. 8:30 PM: Pat Lamanna, New York– "Doing What Needs to be Done"

      13. 8:35 PM: Louise Hetzler, Massachusetts– "The Covid Blues"

      14. 8.40 PM- Fruit of Labor (Fruit of Labor World Cultural Center), North Carolina - STATE OF EMERGENCY

      15. 8.50 PM- Ted Warmbrand, Arizona - TBA

      16. 8.55 PM- Ryc Ward Ward, New York - The Fisherman's (Pandemic) Song

      17. 9.00 PM- Richard Mattocks, New York - Dream of the Miner's Child

      18. 9.05 PM- ELYAS ISAACS, New York - My Poem: MY GARDEN OF FRIENDS


    June 13: PMN Summer Round Robin

    1.  7:10 PM:  Marcia Taylor - Rhode Island– "Our Roots Grow Deep"
    2.  7:15 PM:  Ted Warmbrand - Arizona– "Oy Oy Oy-Aye Ayr Aye"
    3.  7:20 PM:  Pat Lamanna - New York– "When This is All Over"
    4.  7:25 PM:  Ryc Ward - New York– "The Almighty Dollar"
    5.  7:30 PM:  Mary McCaffrey - Delaware– "Ella's Song (We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest)"
    6.  7:35 PM:  Barry Kornhauser - New York– "TBA"
    7.  7:40 PM:  Robin Greenstein - New York– "Let Go"
    8.  7:45 PM:  Galen Brandt - New Jersey– "We Will Go High"
    9.  7:50 PM:  Jendog Lonewolf - New York– "Black People"
    10.  7:55 PM:  Mark Simos - Massachusetts– "Lafayette Square"
    11.  8:00 PM:  Ruth Pelham - New York– "TBA"
    12.  8:05 PM:  Steve Siegelbaum - New York– "Hammer and Nail"
    13.  8:10 PM:  Joanne Hammil - Massachusetts– "Find a Way"
    14.  8:15 PM:  Philip Bereaud - Massachusetts– "Take You Along"
    15.  8:20 PM:  Mary Small - Maine– "TBA"
    16.  8:25 PM:  robert brashear - New York– "We don’t roll that way"
    17.  8:30 PM:  Ruben Gonzalez - New York– "Como La Cigarra"
    18.  8:35 PM:  Adele Rolider - New York– "EVERY LIFE IS SACRED"
    19.  8:40 PM:  Miles Megaciph Thomas - Alabama– "No Fear Now"
    20.  8:45 PM:  Jackson Gillman - Massachusetts– "We and They"
    21.  8:50 PM:  Jan Luby - Rhode Island– "Say Their Names"
    22.  10.00 PM-  Will Fudeman - To Stay Right Here
    23.  9:00 PM:  David Tarlo - New York– "Video - Hudson Valley Sally sings Phil Och's Bound for Glory"
    24.  9:05 PM:  Bonnie Lockhart - California– "Fifty-some Years Ago (to get an abortion)"
    25.  9:10 PM:  Joshua Wachtel - Massachusetts– "Responsibility"
    26.  9:15 PM:  Jenny Amanda Hurwitz - New York– "TBA"
    27.  9:20 PM:  Paul McKenna - Oregon– "They Did Not Have A Gun"
    28.  9:25 PM:  Louise Hetzler - Massachusetts– "The Covid Blues"
    29.  9:30 PM:  Bev Grant - New York– "Who's Streets"
    30.  9:35 PM:  jesse palidofsky - Maryland– "Another Black Man Cut Down (I Can't Breathe)"
    30.  9:40 PM:  Paul Goldman - Massachusetts– "Be Human"
    31.  9:45 PM:  Verne McArthur - Massachusetts– "From A Distance"
    32.  9:50 PM:  L Pinetree - New York– "It's A Mighty Wall"
    34.  9:55 PM:  Deborah Silverstein - Massachusetts– "The Other Moses"
    35.  8.55 PM-  Paul Kaplan - These Are the Days
    36.  10:05 PM:  Tobie Hoffman - Pennsylvannia– "In these days"
    37.  10:10 PM:  Steve Suffet - New York– "TBA"
    38.  10:15 PM:  Joanie Calem - Ohio– "Just Trying to Get Home"
    39.  10:20 PM:  Roy Gamse - Virginia– "The Story of the Talking Frog"
    40.  10:25 PM:  Bracha Lieberman - New York– "The Light Ahead"
    41.  10:30 PM:  Don Billings - Massachusetts– "(poem)  Silent Visitor"
    42.  10:35 PM:  Distinguished Professor & Doctor ELYAS ISAACS PHD DPH DDIV DCJC MD - New York– "THE WATER IS WIDE Traditional from the Scottish Lairds"
    43.  10:40 PM:  Joel Landy - New York– "When I Was Young"
    44.  10:45 PM:  Marcie Boyd - California– "TBA"
    45.  10:50 PM:  Marc Hecker - New York– "Get Thee Behind Me, Satan"
    46.  10:55 PM:  Sally Campbell - New York– ""We are all one planet" by Molly Scott"
    47.  11:00 PM:  Bruce Pollack-Johnson - Pennsylvannia– "Deb Karl's adaptation of Ted Warmbrand's "Who's the Criminal Here?""
    48.  11:05 PM:  Ben Grosscup - Massachusetts– "No More Sacrifice Zones"


    June 11: PMN Summer Concert

    7:23: Informal Welcome
    7:30 PM: Charlie King (Convener)
    7:35 PM: Frank Antonio Lopez (Emcee): http://thepeacepoets.com/a…/frank-lopez/
    7:45: Two of a Kind (David & Jenny Heitler-Klevans): http://twoofakind.com/
    8:05: Lara Herscvotich: https://laraherscovitch.com/
    8:25: Natu Camara: https://www.natucamara.com/
    8:45: Evan Greer: https://evangreer.org/
    9:05: Aileen Vance: https://aileenvance.com/

    Full Performer Bios: https://www.peoplesmusic.org/event-3862690

    May 29: An Evening of Nueva Canción

    1. 7:40 PM: Melanie Pores performs "No basta rezar" by Ali Primera (Venezuela)
    2. 7:45 PM: Paul Baker performs "Ay Nicaragua, Nicaraguita" by Carlos Mejia Godoy (Nicaragua)
    3. 7:50 PM: Juliana Barnet performs "Como un gorrion" by Joan Manuel Serrat (Spain)
    4. 7:55 PM: Gustavo Vargas performs "Por un mundo nuevo" by Los Kjarkas (Bolivia)
    5. 8:00 PM: Julio Cesar Guarcax Cuc performs "Tanto que no sabes" by uncertain (Guatemala)
    6. 8:05 PM: Vicky Leyva performs "Todo Cambia" by Mercedes Sosa (Argentina)
    7. 8:10 PM: Huayra Forster performs "Chuwa Yaku" by uncertain (Bolivia)
    8. 8:15 PM: 8. Carlos Arrien - Que se vengan los chicos - Los Arroyeños (Argentina)
    9. 8:20 PM: Marcie Boyd performs "Sueño con serpientes" by Silvio Rodriguez (Cuba)
    10. 8:25 PM: Juan Dies performs "Que Sera" by Jose Feliciano (Borinquen)
    11. 8:30 PM: Juan Dies performs "El Corrido de Sandra Blanc" by creacion colectiva
    12. 8:35 PM: Luis Cortes performs "El Arado" by Victor Jara (Chile)
    13. 8:40 PM: Colleen Kattau performs "Alfonsina y el mar" by Ariel Ramirez/Felix Luna (Argentina)
    14. 8:45 PM: Felipe Luciano performs "poem: Rightful Prayer" by Felipe Luciano (Borinquen)
    15. 8:50 PM: Ruben Gonzalez performs "Cantar para ser libre" by Ruben Gonzalez (Argentina)
    16. 8:55 PM: Mario Cancel performs "Que al canto de la soledad..." by Mario Cancel (Borinquen)
    17. 9:00 PM: Tsaitami Duchisela performs "Ojala" by Silvio Rodriguez (Cuba)
    18. 9:05 PM: Barry Kornhauser performs "Soy Pan, Soy Paz, Soy Más" by Piero de Benedictis (Argentina)
    19. 9:10 PM: Rosi and Brian Folkins-Amador perform "Nana rabiosa" by Brian Amador
    20. 9:15 PM: Laurie Siegel, John Fisher, Dave Tarlo, and Ruben Gonzales perform "Cantando al sol como LA CIGARRA" by Maria Elena Walsh (Argentina)
    21. 9:20 PM: Julie Beutel performs "Gracias a la vida" by Violeta Parra (Chile)
    22. 9:25 PM: Lucelia De Jesus performs "Cancion con todos" by César Isella/Armando Tejada Gomez (Argentina)


    May 21: "Songs to hear during a pandemic"

    1. 7:40 PM Laurie Siegel, NY– "Somewhere to Begin"
    2. 7:45 PM Per Andreassen, MN– "The Angels Say"
    3. 7:50 PM Tobie Hoffman, PA– "TBD"
    4. 7:55 PM P Dworkin, MA– "Zoom"
    5. 8:00 PM Hali Hammer, CA– "When This is Over"
    6. 8:05 PM Tony Turner, Canada– "Time In Between"
    7. 8:10 PM Sally Campbell, NY– "Be Gentle with Yourself"
    8. 8:15 PM Mike Glick, NY– "The Bear"
    9. 8:20 PM Marcie Boyd, CA– "When It's Over"
    10. 8:25 PM Hassan El-Tayyab, DC– "Covid19 Blues"
    11. 8:30 PM Graham and Dean, MA– "There Will Come A Time"
    12. 8:35 PM Jayme Winell, – "listen deeply, we never stop moving"
    13. 8:40 PM Steve Suffet, NY– "Levons-Nous!"
    14. 8:45 PM Sharleen Leahey, NJ– "For the 99"
    15. 8:50 PM Marc Hecker, NY– "The Blantyre Explosion"
    16. 8:55 PM Debbie Rothman, NY– "There But For Fortune (Joan Baez plus a verse I wrote)"
    17. 9:00 PM David Tarlo, NY– "tba"
    18. 9:05 PM Jane Moore, MD– "Your un-masked face (parody of Hank Williams "your cheatin heart""
    19. 9:10 PM Rev STORM, MA– "TBA"
    20. 9:15 PM Louise Hetzler, MA– "The Covid Blues"
    21. 9:15 PM Roy Gamse, VA– "Love in the Time of Corona"
    22. 9:20 PM Ted Warmbrand - "TBA"
    Waitlist1. Steve Siegelbaum, – "Made In El Salvador" 


    May 15:  PMN Honors The Life and Music of John Prine

    1. 7:30 PM: Ben Grosscup (Welcome); Charlie King (Intro); Eve Goldberg (John Prine Tribute and Introduction)
    2. 7:40 PM: John McCutcheon – Tribute song to Prine
    3. 7:45 PM: Rosalyn Dennett & Rob McLaren – "Spanish Pipedream"
    4. 7:50 PM: Eve Goldberg – "You Got Gold"
    5. 7:55 PM: Andy Gricevich – "Come Back To Us Barbara Lewis"
    6. 8:00 PM: Charlie King – "Six O'Clock News"
    7. 8:05 PM: Lindsey Wilson – "Angel from Montgomery"
    8. 8:10 PM: Tony Turner – "Boundless Love"
    9. 8:15 PM: Marcia Taylor – "Speed of the Sound of Loneliness"
    10. 8:20 PM: Rick Burkhardt – "Fish & Whistle"
    11. 8:25 PM: Deborah Silverstein – "Somewhere Someone’s Falling in Love"
    12. 8:30 PM: Hugh Hanley – "That's the Way World Goes Round"
    13. 8:35 PM: Ken Curtin – "Egg & Daughter Night"
    14. 8:40 PM: Cathy & Marcie – "Dear Abby"
    15. 8:45 PM: Bev Grant – "Sam Stone"
    16. 8:50 PM: Lynn Harrison – "Souvenirs"
    17. 8:55 PM: Connie Kaldor – "Paradise"
    18. 9:00 PM: Reggie Harris – "Hello In There"
    19. 9:05 PM: Tret Fure – "Crazy as a Loon"
    20. 9:10 PM: Peach Hampton – "My Darlin' Hometown"
    21. 9:15 PM: John McCutcheon – "Unwed Fathers"
    22. 9:20 PM: John O'Connor – "Late John Garfield Blues "
    23. 9:25 PM: Annie Patterson – "Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven"

    May 7:  "Songs to hear during a pandemic"

    1. 7:35 PM Jane Moore, Silver Spring, MD – "Holding on to you from a distance"
    2. 7:40 PM Andrew Shapiro, West Hurley, NY – "Sing To Me Now"
    3. 7:45 PM Deborah Silverstein, Cambridge, MA – "Corona Blues"
    4. 7:50 PM Steve Suffet, Sunnyside, NY – "Troubled Waters Rising"
    5. 7:55 PM Lydia Davis, Beacon, NY – "The Uninvited Guest"
    6. 8:00 PM Joel Landy, Kew Gardens, NY – "Governments Lie Governments Kill Governments Die"
    7. 8:05 PM Julie Beutel, Detroit, MI – "Low to the Ground (by Libby Roderick)"
    8. 8:10 PM Ben Grosscup, Greenfield, MA – "We Just Come to Work Here (revised)"
    9. 8:15 PM Betsy Rose, Berkeley, CA – "Without My Mother"
    10. 8:20 PM Don Billings, East Northport, NY – "Cabin Fever Song"
    11. 8:25 PM Di Morgan, Sarasota, FL – "These Hands by David Gunning"
    12. 8:30 PM Barry Kornhauser, Brooklyn, NY – "new composition (untitled so far)"
    13. 8:35 PM Jenny Amanda Hurwitz, New York, NY – "TBD"
    14. 8:40 PM Ryc Ward, Rosendale, NY – "All In the Band"
    15. 8:45 PM Louise Hetzler, Westborough, MA – "The Last Ragman"
    16. 8:50 PM Marc Hecker, Albany, NY – "Eve of Destructon by Barry McGuire"
    17. 8:55 PM Jaren Hailey, MD
    18. 9:00 PM Barbara Stahler-Sholk, West Roxbury, MA – "Wonderful World"

    19. 9:05 PM Distinguished Professor & Doctor ELYAS ISAACS PHD DPH DCJC MD, New York, NY – "Medley Of When You're Smiling & Anytime"
    20. 9:10 PM Steve Siegelbaum, Bronx, NY – "Troublemakers"
    21. 9:15 PM Barbara Gardiner, Davidson, NC – "Zoomin' Tonight"


    May 1: International Workers' Day

    1.  7:35 PM: Paddy Mills, ME– "Bayview Massacre"
    2.  7:40 PM: Elise Bryant, Washington, DC– "Love Will Guide Us"
    3.  7:45 PM: Joe Jencks, IL– "Winnipeg 1919"
    4.  7:50 PM: Josh Feintuch, Brooklyn, NY– "The Internationale"  (COLLABORATIVE VIDEO)
    5.  7:55 PM: Jendog Lonewolf, Brooklyn, – "Talkin' Union” (Revised)
    6.  8:00 PM: Tom Juravich, MA– "Rise Again"
    7.  8:05 PM: Si Kahn, Charlotte, NC– "Go To Work On Monday"
    8.  8:10 PM: Miriam Anderson (Seattle Labor Chorus), Seattle, WA– "Hold the Fort" (COLLABORATIVE VIDEO)
    9.  8:15 PM: Ben Grosscup, Greenfield, MA– "Nancy on the Med Surg Floor"
    10.  8:20 PM: Bev Grant, Brooklyn, NY– "We Were There"
    11.  8:25 PM: George Mann, Ithaca, NY– "We Just Come to Work Here"
    12.  8:30 PM: Charlie King, SHELBURNE FALLS, MA– "Work in progress"
    13.  8:35 PM: Terry Leonino, NY– "The Rebel Girl"
    14.  8:40 PM: David Tarlo, Brooklyn, NY– "We Have Fed You All" (COLLABORATIVE VIDEO)
    15.  8:45 PM: Chet Gardiner, Captain Cook, HI– "The Preacher and the Slave"
    16.  8:50 PM: Greg Artzner, NY– "Canton, 1918"
    17.  8:55 PM: Jenny Brown, New York, NY– "Power in a Union” (Billy Bragg)
    18.  9:00 PM: Paul McKenna, Corvallis, OR– "We Just Come to Work Here, We Don't Come to Die” (Revised)
    19.  9:05 PM: Luci Murphy, Washington, DC– "The Internationale" (Lyrics by Billy Bragg)
    20.  9:10 PM: Paul Baker, Managua, Nicaragua– "Frrrappuccino, Crrrappuccino! (A Nicaraguan Coffee Picker Comes to Starbux)"
    21.  9:15 PM: Dada Veda, Urbana, IL– "We Don't Need No Billionaires"
    22.  9:20 PM: Per Wiger, MN– "The Harlan County Miners"
    23.  9:25 PM: Pat Lamanna, NY– "Salvadore Allende's Last Words"
    24.  9:30 PM: Anne Price, Bronx, NY– "Song of the Lower Classes"


    April 23:  "The Ecological Crisis is Here"

    1. 7:35 PM Fred Arcoleo, NY– "Poison"
    2. 7:40 PM Pat Lamanna, NY– "Sunshine"
    3. 7:45 PM DeWitt Crosby, NC– "Just a Tree"
    4. 7:50 PM L Pinetree, NY– ""
    6. 8:00 PM Betsy Rose, CA– "All The Time In The World"
    7. 8:05 PM Ben Grosscup, MA– "This Changes Everything"
    8. 8:10 PM Scott Cook, Canada– "Pass It Along"
    9. 8:15 PM Louise Hetzler, MA– "Keep Your Dreams Alive"
    10. 8:20 PM Paul Goldman, MA– "Ok, A Song To The Future"
    11. 8:25 PM Jim Scott, MA– "We Are the Earth"
    12. 8:30 PM Joanie Calem, OH– "Mother Earth and Father Sky"
    13. 8:35 PM Don Billings, NY– "(poem) Before it's too Late"
    14. 8:40 PM Liz aka Violizzy Taub, NY– "We Are the Sea"
    15. 8:45 PM Jeff Vogel, NY– "Blessed is Our Planet Earth"
    16. 8:50 PM Lydia Davis, NY– "Song of Life"
    17. 8:55 PM Verne McArthur, MA– "Just A Little"
    18. 9:00 PM ted warmbrand, AZ– "?"
    19. 9:05 PM Bonnie Lockhart, CA– "Ballad of Greta Thunberg"
    20. 9:10 PM Ryc Ward, NY– "The Talking Math Blues!"
    21. 9:15 PM Paul Kaplan, MA– "The Answer"
    22. 9:20 PM Marcia Boyd, CA– "Do It Now"
    23. 9:25 PM Sarah Pirtle, MA– "Sacred Earth"


    April 17:  “Songs we need to hear during a Pandemic" 

    1. Anne Price - Bronx, NY– WITCH HAZEL
    2. Marcia Taylor - NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI– We Are the Village
    3. Bill & Eli Perras - DeLand, FL– The Light That Shines on Me
    4. Ruben Gonzalez - , – The Very Hungry Caterpillar
    5. Luci Murphy - Washington, DC– El Sombrero Azul
    6. Harvey Newman - West Palm Beach, FL– Leaving Believing
    7. Jendog Lonewolf - Brooklyn, – Outside of My Self
    8. Stephen Deasy - , – Keep Your Distance
    9. Bonnie Lockhart - Oakland, CA– Care
    10. Miles Megaciph Thomas - Mobile, AL– Everybody Arise
    11. Tobie Hoffman - Philadelphia, PA– Come Sing With Me
    12. Paul McKenna - Corvallis, OR– A CRUEL VIRUS
    13. Marcie Boyd - Berkeley, CA– Here we are
    14. Bruce Wright - Lewisburg, TN– Nature in a Cage
    15. Adele Rolider - NYC, – HEALING CHANT
    16. Jan Luby - , – Love Online
    17. Marc Hecker - Albany, NY– Wheels of a Dream
    18. Mary Lutz - Brooklyn, NY– Cautionary Song
    19. Steve Siegelbaum - , – No Need For This Song
    20. Sally Campbell - New York, NY– Face and Befriend
    21. Joel Landy - Kew Gardens, NY– I Am Corona Virus
    22. Distinguished Professor & Doctor ELYAS FRAENKEL ISAACS PHD DPH DCJC MD - New York, NY– KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE WITH VERSE FOR THE CRISIS

    April 9: Songs we need to hear during a Pandemic

    1. 7:35 PM – Ryc Ward – Rosendale, NY– "The People Song!"
    2. 7:40 PM – Luci Murphy – Washington, DC– "No More Auction Block" (Remembering Paul Robeson b. April 9, 1898)
    3. 7:45 PM – Anne Price – Bronx, NY– "Hard Road"
    4. 7:50 PM – Ben Grosscup – Greenfield, MA– "The American Idolization of Song"
    5. 7:55 PM – Sally Campbell – New York, NY– "To be Announced"
    6. 8:00 PM – Huayra Forster – Alexandria, VA – "Puertas Abiertas"
    7. 8:05 PM – Jenny Amanda Hurwitz – New York, NY– "The Spanish Flu"
    8. 8:10 PM – Steve Suffet – Sunnyside, NY– "Next Year In a City of Peace"
    9. 8:15 PM – Marcia Taylor – NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI– "I'm Cleaning Out My Mind"
    10. 8:20 PM – Chris Owens – Brooklyn, NY– "My Tower"
    11. 8:25 PM – Louise Hetzler – Westborough, MA– "Pandemic"
    12. 8:30 PM – Rev STORM – Greenfield, MA– "Could Be" (poem ) / "In The Rain" (song)
    13. 8:40 PM – Harvey Newman – West Palm Beach, FL– "Wake Up!"
    14. 8:35 PM – Joel Landy – Kew Gardens, NY– "Governments Lie. Governments Kill. And Governments Die."
    15. 8:40 PM – Jenny Brown – New York, NY– "Sing About These Hard Times" (By Peggy Seeger)
    16. 8:45 PM – Paul Kaplan – Amherst, MA– "We Shall Stay Here"
    17. 8:50 PM – Karin Grosscup – Minneapolis, MN– "Quarantining at Home"

    April 3: “Songs we need to hear during a Pandemic"

    1. 7:35 PM –Barry Oreck– Brooklyn, NY– "A Simple Song"
    2. 7:40 PM –Bruce and Linda Pollack-Johnson– Philadelphia, PA– "We Will Not Stop Singing" (by Lily and Abigail Chapin)
    3. 7:45 PM – Ben Grosscup– Greenfield, MA– "No More Sacrifice Zones"
    4. 7:50 PM –Joanie Calem– , OH– "Everything Will Be Alright"
    5. 7:55 PM –Fred Arcoleo– New York, NY– ""All That It Takes""
    6. 8:00 PM –Paul McKenna– Corvallis, OR– "A HARD RAIN’S A-GONNA FALL (updated words)"
    7. 8:05 PM –Pat Lamanna– Hyde Park, NY– "We Will Survive"
    8. 8:10 PM –Mark Levy– Florence, OR– "Our Lives Will Go On"
    9. 8:15 PM –Laurie Siegel– Beacon, NY– "Same Water"
    10. 8:20 PM –Harvey Newman– West Palm Beach, FL– "Wake Up!"
    11. 8:25 PM –Sarah Pirtle– Shelburne Falls, MA– "Untitled"
    12. 8:30 PM –Paul Baker– Managua, – "Ode to Earth"
    13. 8:35 PM –Laura Simon– Wilder, – "WE GOT CORONA VRUS HERE (or) CORONA VIIRUS JAZZ"
    14. 8:40 PM –Roy Gamse– Arlington, VA– "The Widening Divide (I Had To Let Her Go)"
    15. 8:45 PM –Nancy Schimmel– Berkeley, CA– "Open Your Windows and Sing"
    16. 8:50 PM –Patrick DeSimio– Las Cruces, NM– "It's Only All Together We Go"
    17. 8:55 PM –Phat Man Dee– Pittsburgh, PA– "Save You, Save Me"
    18. 9:00 PM –CANCELLED
    19. 9:05 PM –Liz Taub– New York, NY– "Coronavirus"
    20. 9:10 PM –CANCELLED
    21. 9:15 PM –Will Fudeman– Ithaca, NY– "Why Bother?"
    22. 9:20 PM –Joel Landy– Kew Gardens, NY– "Covid-19"
    23. 9:25 PM –Steve Siegelbaum– NYC, – "If A Song"

    March 27: “Songs we need to hear during a Pandemic"

    1) 7:35 PM – Ben Grosscup (Greenfield, MA)  "Let's Build a Socialist System"
    2) 7:40 PM – Barbara Gardiner (Davidson, NC)  "Your Money or My Life"
    3) 7:45 PM – Verne McArthur (Springfield, MA)  "Love Is The Water"
    4) 7:50 PM – Susan Rogers (Takoma Park, MD)  "Hit the Road Trump (parody of Ray Charles Hit the Road Jack)"
    5) 7:55 PM – Distinguished Professor & Doctor ELYAS ISAACS PHD DPH DCJC MD (NYC, NY)  "KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE WITH EXTRA ORIGINAL VERSE"
    6) 8:00 PM – Richard Johnson (Springfield, MA)  "Untitled Poem"
    7) 8:05 PM – Alison Frost (Truxton, NY)  "There's No Crisis to Waste"
    8) 8:10 PM – Will Fudeman (Ithaca, NY)  "It Isn't Nice"
    9) 8:15 PM – Jendog Lonewolf (NYC, )  "State of the Whirled"
    10) 8:20 PM – Terry Kitchen (Boston, MA)  "Life Is Hard Enough"
    11) 8:25 PM – Charlie King (SHELBURNE FALLS, MA)  "You Can Never Fail"
    12) 8:30 PM – Lydia Davis (Beacon, NY)  "A Tribute To Steve Goodman (Can we start over again)"
    13) 8:35 PM – Dave Gott (, )  "Safe Sheltered Place"
    14) 8:40 PM – Paul Goldman (Marlborough, MA)  "Half A Moon"
    15) 8:45 PM – Colleen Kattau (Cortland, NY)  "Raiz or Who am i to run"
    16) 8:50 PM – Ryc Ward (Rosendale, NY)  "The People Song"
    17) 8:55 PM – Jenny Amanda Hurwitz (New York, NY)  "Will Decide"
    18) 9:00 PM – David Tarlo (Brooklyn, NY)  "How Can I Keep from Singing"
    19) 9:05 PM – Paul McKenna (Corvallis, OR)  "Six Feet Apart"
    20) 9:10 PM – Luci Murphy (Washington, DC)  "TBA"
    21) 9:15 PM – Alan Cohen (Washington, DC)  "The Preacher and the Slave by Joe Hill"
    22) 9:20 PM – Bev Grant (, )  "The Corona Virus Covid 19 Blues"
    23) 9:25 PM – Joel Landy (NYC, NY)  "The Spaces In Between"
    24) 9:30 PM – Steve Suffet (NYC, NY)  "This Might Be the Last Time"

    25)– Steve Siegelbaum (, )  "Rise Up And Resist"

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