“Music + Revolution: Greenwich Village in the 1960s”: A Carnegie Hall Benefit for Village Preservation November 19 by Richard Barone Music

Village Preservation is honored to be named, along with MusiCares, the beneficiary of the November 19 “Music + Revolution: Greenwich Village in the 1960s” concert at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall. Performers include José Feliciano, Tom Paxton, David Amram, Marshall Crenshaw, John Cameron Mitchell, Lenny Kaye, Terre Roche, Willie Nile, Jenni Muldaur, Anthony DeCurtis, and many more!

Hosted by musician and author Richard Barone, and based on his new book, Music + Revolution: Greenwich Village in the 1960s, this multi-artist concert chronicles the trajectory of New York City’s historic Greenwich Village folk and rock movements of the 1960s, beginning with the folk revival and tracing the words and music as they evolved into an explosion of self-expression that captured imaginations around the world and changed the course of American popular music. 

July 11, 2023