Thu 5/10 @ 7PM
Cleveland folksinger Deborah Van Kleef, who has performed at countless labor rallies, peace marches and meetings for justice and human rights, writes in an email,
“Life in the Trump era got you stressed and demoralized? Here’s the perfect way to lift your spirits. This Thursday, May 10 the inimitable Roy Zimmerman returns to Cleveland Heights, with his unique brand of satirical song.”
Zimmerman, who boasts that he performs “funny songs about ignorance, war and greed,” has been praised by a diverse group of musicians and satirists that includes Joni Mitchell, Tom Lehrer, Weird Al Yankovic and Monty Python’s Terry Jones. His latest release, a performance DVD called ReZist, features 17 of his sly, entertaining tunes, which may be just what you need to face the headlines each morning.
He will, of course, perform at the Unitarian Universalist Society in the Coventry area — where else? And he’ll be joined by Windsong, Cleveland’s feminist chorus, who have performed his song “My Vote, My Voice, My Right.”
Admission is $20 or pay what you can.