Virtual Folk Benefit Concert – Peter Mayer

Virtual Folk Benefit Concert – Peter Mayer

As a talented Folk singer-songwriter from Minnesota, Peter Mayer has been performing in venues across the United States and beyond for over 20 years. He writes songs for a small planet – songs about interconnectedness and the human journey – songs about life on earth and the mysterious and wondrous fact of our existence. He also writes songs about dress hats, pumpkins and pajamas, and even love and freight trains, like a good folk musician should. His music has been performed by artists like Kathy Mattea, David Wilcox, Claudia Schmidt, Anne Hills, Priscilla Herdman, Darryl Purpose, Billy Jonas, and Ronny Cox. His work has been included in song books, church hymnals like the Unitarian Universalist Hymnal Singing the Journey, and fold radio playlists across the country. Peter has eleven albums and sold more than 100,000 copies to date.

Peter Mayer, celebrated, Folk singer and songwriter, joins the Unitarian Church of Evanston’s Green Team for a special Virtual Concert on Saturday, April 24 at 7 pm. Proceeds from the concert benefit The Talking Farm, a local Evanston initiative that helps people learn to farm, grow, harvest, and eat their own food. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased through Eventbrite. Please join us in celebrating Earth and Spring with a joyous night of music!

Here is the link to our Facebook event with all of this information and a link to purchase tickets:

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