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Syracuse Community Choir at Plowshares

Saturday

10:00 AM – Eli Thomas
Eli is Onondaga and opens Plowshares with thanksgiving and words.

11:00 AM – Mark Zane
Mark performs folk, folk/rock and acoustic folk. Listen Here.

12:00 PM – Colleen Kattau and Dos XX
An activist musician, Colleen is a bilingual vocalist, guitarist and composer of songs and performs folk, folk/rock and latin folk music. Listen Here.

1:00 PM  – Syracuse Community Choir
The Syracuse Community Choir is a diverse community of people who come together to sing songs of peace and social justice. Come to their Winter Solstice Concert: “Resilience” at 7pm on Sat. Dec. 17 at ST Paul’s Cathedral downtown Syracuse. Visit their website.

2:00 PM  – Salt City Ukelele

Salt City Ukelele is a community of ukulele enthusiasts in and around Syracuse, New York. We meet once a week – fall, winter, and spring – to learn new songs, have fun playing old ones, and teach what we know to beginning and intermediate uke players.

3:00 PM – AaH Alex and Harvey
Alex and Harvey are a harp & guitar duo based in Syracuse, NY. Visit their Facebook.

4:00 PM – Riverstone

Sunday

10:30 AM – Eli Thomas
Eli is Onondaga and opens Plowshares with thanksgiving and words.

11:30 AM – The Luckiest Men
Seasoned acoustic duo with a great sound playing a mix of classic rock, country, folk rock, and modern songs.

12:30 PM – Alison & Zöe
Alison and Zoë are Irish-born singer-songwriters who create enchanting harmonies..

1:30 PM  – Falling Forward

2:30 PM  – Dram Fools

A duo performing original songs on guitar and keys.

3:30 PM – John Callahan
Solo acoustic guitar jams.

 

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