Award-Winning Artist Meghan Cary To Celebrate Women’s History Month With Special Acoustic Café Performance

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Award-Winning Artist Meghan Cary To Celebrate Women’s History Month With Special Acoustic Café Performance
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/15/2020
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Our Lady Of Mercy Church


Nationally-acclaimed performer Meghan Cary is kicking off her Women’s History Month celebration with an exclusive Acoustic Café show at the Lower Gathering Space of Our Lady Of Mercy Church on Sunday, March 15 at 4 PM.  

 

During this intimate appearance, Cary and her musical partner Peter Farrell will perform hits from her latest chart-topping record Sing Louder, which has been hailed as an album that “inspires us to reach our higher selves.” (John Platt, WFUV FM). Sing Louder, which debuted among the top 10 on the US / International Folk DJ Radio Charts, is being played at mainstream radio in more than 40 markets throughout the country and in Canada.

 

Among those hits will be Cary’s anthem of women’s empowerment, “River Rock”, which is at the heart of The River Rock Project, celebrating the 100thanniversary of the ratification of the 19thamendment giving women the right to vote. The River Rock Project is a documentary and music video that celebrates a century of progress since women won their right to be heard. Its mission is to harnesses the energy of that celebration to inspire action toward achieving economic, political and social equality for all.

 

“‘River Rock’,was inspired by and written for all the women who have been brave enough to speak their Truth, even into a society that might not want to hear it,” explains Cary. “One hundred years ago, thanks to the courageous women who fought tirelessly for what they believed in, we were all given a voice. Let’s use it.”

 

Joining Cary for this show is acclaimed singer-songwriter Joe Iadanza. Currently enjoying the success of his latest album Common Man, Iadanza is renowned for his ability to bring his beloved 1970s storytelling style to the twenty-first century. His previous two albums Traveling Salesmanand All In Good Timewere also hits, resulting in extensive touring in the U.S. and Europe.

 

The Acoustic Café is a live music venue presenting local, independent and nationally touring performers.

It is a non-profit organization and is 100 percent volunteer operated. Seating is first come, first served. The shows are held at the Lower Gathering Space of Our Lady Of Mercy Church located at 2 Fremont Rd., Park Ridge, NJ. For tickets and more information, visit http://goodacoustic.com/AC/cafe.html. Advance tickets are recommended.