09/24/2022 @7:30 PM
John Flynn is an American singer-songwriter and activist known for his powerful music and tireless efforts on behalf of the lost and the lonely, the shackled and scarred. Long-time friend and Flynn champion Kris Kristofferson has called John “an important artist whose work in prisons, rehabs, and halfway houses is distilled into the truth and the beauty of heartfelt and heartwarming slices of life.” Among the recognitions John has received for his work are the Phil Ochs Award for Music and Social Activism for Political and Social Justice, the Dominican’s Shining Star Award, Rotary’s Paul Harris Fellow Award, and Pacem in Terris’s Peacemaker Among Us Award.
Read more about John’s work for veterans, victims of HIV/AIDS and their loved ones, and reintegrating the incarcerated into society at https://bit.ly/3AUezfQ
Doors 7:00 pm
Show 7:30 pm
General: $20 Advance / $25 door
Student: $10 Advance / $15 door
Or, pay what you can (you name a price that fits your budget!)
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First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, Shadyside,
605 Morewood Avenue, Pgh., 15213.
All ages; wheelchair accessible.
For more information: 412.621.8008,
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