Internationally acclaimed vocal band Windborne will showcase their new project Song on the Times: A Songbook and Album for Social Struggle in a not-to-be-missed matinee performance on September 8th at All Souls Church Unitarian. Known for their powerful and innovative arrangements, as well as their unrivaled mastery of polyphonic music from around the world, Windborne was catapulted to wider recognition after a video of them singing a protest song from the 1840s outside Trump Tower went viral, gaining over a million views between YouTube and Facebook. Their new illustrated songbook and album collects music from working class movements for people's rights in the US and UK over the past 400 years. Called "spectacularly good, utterly brilliant" by Blues and Roots Radio and "the best musical discovery of the year" by NPR's Brian O'Donovan, Windborne stun you with their vocal harmony and move you to action. Suggested donation $10-20. Doors 1:30 pm, music 2:00 pm. All Souls Church Unitarian, 1500 Harvard St NW, Washington, DC.
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