Peoples Voice Cafe The Peoples' Voice Cafe

An alternative coffeehouse offering live entertainment in New York City,
from folk music and protest songs to rap and jazz, and poetry, storytelling, and dance.

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Sally Campbell & Friends singing "Slug a Friend". Left to right:
Adele Rolider, Vicki Rovere, Eileen Ain, Tom Goodridge, Sally Campbell, John Maynard, Ellen Friedman, Bruce Markow (on guitar), Pat Lamanna Music, Steve Suffet, Jay Mankita, and Sabrina Ferguson.


 
Hawaiian Music & Dance Night, February 26, 2011.
Kristabelle Munson, Jason Poole, Chris Davis, Evy Mayer, Claudia Kanile'a Goddard, Andy Kulana Wang, Ping Chun.


 
Pete Seeger at PVC's 25th Anniversary Concert
[Photo by Robert Corwin]


 
Robert Kaplan (right) presents an award to Eric Gordon (a PVC founder) and Ray Korona
[Photo by Robert Corwin]


 
Charlie King, Bev Grant, & Suni Paz
PVC 30th Anniversary Concert, 26 Sep 2009
[Photo by Douglas Cooke]


 
Charlie King, Bev Grant, & Suni Paz
PVC 30th Anniversary Concert, 26 Sep 2009
[Photo by Douglas Cooke]


 
Rod MacDonald, 13 Feb 2010
[Photo by Ivice]


 
Mark Dann & Rod MacDonald, 13 Feb 2010
[Photo by Ivice]


 
Sally Campbell, PVC 25th Anniversary Concert


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The Ray Korona Band: Barry Kornhauser, Gina Tlamsa, Sharon Abreu, Ray Korona, Ivice, Ellen Davidson. 02 April 2009.
[Photo by Bill Hamilton]


 
Ivice, 02 April 2009
[Photo by Bill Hamilton]


 
Ellen Davidson, 02 April 2009
[Photo by Bill Hamilton]


 
Rachel Stone, 22 Dec 2007
[Photo by Takako Nagumo]


 
The Beach Bombs: Dennis Heller, Rachel Stone, Joel Landy
22 Dec 2007
[Photo by Takako Nagumo]


 
Spook Handy, Peter Pasco & Mike Agranoff.
27 Feb 2010.


 
Gina Tlamsa, Joel Landy, Steve Suffet & Anne Price.


 
Alan Friend, Chris Seymour & Dan Schatz.
March 19, 2011.


 


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Newspaper Articles:
  • The Indypendent:
    "Homemade Culture: Peoples' Voice Cafe Celebrates 30th Anniversary."
    By Elizabeth Henderson. September 17, 2009
  • Columbia Spectator:
    "Midtown’s Peoples’ Voice Cafe uses music as means of protest."
    By William Jacobs.
    November 19, 2009.


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