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Music, Virtual & Streaming
Pamela Means Live Stream presented by Club Passim
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Friday, April 3, 2020
Stream begins: 3pm ET
Watch Pamela Means perform from home during this time of social distancing!
You can stream and donate! All money will be split between Pamela & Passim's staff, who would have been working these shows if the club were not shut down.
Pamela Means, singer-songwriter, with penchant for protest songs, guitarist, vocalist, activist, and educator, is an artist that cannot be musically contained. A conservatory-trained musician, Means also fronts her own jazz quartet, breathing life into classics once sung by Billie Holiday, Chet Baker and the like. And, Means recently added a new show to her plethora of projects, performing the entirety of the album, The Beatles Abbey Road, solo acoustic, in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
"When Pamela Means picks up her guitar and begins to sing, a listener doesn't forget her. She possesses musical attitude and purpose."
WSHU Connecticut Public Radio
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road, Pamela Means recently performed that whole Beatles album, in order, solo, on acoustic guitar. Means has the skills and the artistic vision to pull off this kind of feat with aplomb. Best known for her folk music career she is also a fine jazz singer and social activist. Originally from Milwaukee, she moved to Boston and now lives in the Pioneer Valley. Curve Magazine called her “one of the fiercest guitar players and politically rooted singer-songwriters in the music industry today.” Her latest recording, the driving, Impeachment Now! pulls no punches. “The president, is incompetent, an embarrassment, im-peach-ment now.”
-Green River Fest (presented by Signature Sounds), Greenfield MA July 2019