IMAC TO PRESENT A CONCERT WITH FOLK SINGER
Friday, September 28th, 2007 at 8PM
Tickets: $45.00 Full Price / $34.00 IMAC Members
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On Friday, September 28th, 2007 at 8PM, the Inter-Media Art Center (also known as “IMAC”) in Huntington, Long Island will present an evening with folk singer Richie Havens.
A reporter once wrote that Richie Havens could have retired the day after he sang "Freedom" at Woodstock and he would still be a legend. Quite right, but Richie Havens, singer, songwriter, poet, guitarist, actor, activist, producer, museum curator and generational spokesperson, has refused to rest on his laurels. The man has been steadily touring since that mud-spattered festival, and his worldwide travels have led him to understand the human condition intimately. His music speaks across the generations - whether he performs his classic works solo or brings his band to rock the house with his newer material.
Tickets for this performance are $45.00 ($34.00 for IMAC Members). For tickets or further information on this performance, or on other IMAC programs, call IMAC's 24-hour Arts-Line at (631) 549-ARTS. Tickets can also be purchased at the theater from noon to 6PM, Tuesday through Friday, 2PM to 6PM on Saturdays and after 2PM on the day of the performances. For further information, call IMAC's business office at (631) 549-9666.
The Inter-Media Art Center, Inc. is a non-profit Media and Performing Arts Center whose programs and services are supported in part by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts (a state agency), Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs, the Town of Huntington, NYS Senator Carl Marcellino, by a grant from The Harmon Foundation, as well as by the Members of IMAC. IMAC also gratefully acknowledges support from Korg USA, The Emily T. Allen & Linda P. Allen and F. Towne Allen Charitable Gift Fund at The Boston Foundation, The D’Addario Foundation for the Performing Arts, JBL Pro, AutoOne Insurance, The Lowerre Family Trust, Branch Financial Services and Olivia and Harlan Fischer.