Resurrection Folk Project
A Resurrection Folk Project concert is more than mere nostalgia. These timeless songs reflect the struggle and dreams for peace, equality and social justice that were the hallmark of the '60s. These songs shine as guiding lights to illuminate issues and challenges we continue to face. A Resurrection Folk Project concert is a rekindling of the great hope that fueled the new frontier of the '60s and is so very needed and relevant today
From Woody Guthrie and John Hurt to Barry Maguire and the Byrds via Bob Dylan, Richard & Mimi Farina and Joni Mitchell, the Resurrection Folk Project takes an audience through a timeline of magical songs. Their concert includes soaring harmonies, precise musicianship and a deep respect for the original form and presentation of the songs. Additional short commentary, supporting stories and visual media fill out the experience.
You can expect to hear Tom Dooley from the early Kingston Trio, The Last Thing On My Mind and other Tom Paxton classics, If I Had A Hammer, Eve of Destruction, Blowin' In The Wind, Turn Turn Turn and many others.
Harwich Cultural Center (at the former Middle School) (View)
204 Sisson Road
Harwich Center, MA 02645
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|