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"Phil Ochs Musical Tribute" Saturday November 16th @ 7:30pm

PHIL OCHS SONG NIGHT Musical Tribute and Celebration of the Life and Songs of Phil Ochs; featuring Sonny Ochs, Kim & Reggie Harris, Carolyn Hester, James Lee Stanley and Aileen Vance. 

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Saturday, November 16 8:00pm Showtime. Let meet at 7:30pm to introduce ourselves and have a glass of wine or beer in Church.

$20 door / $17 advance / $15 Seniors and Students

An American protest singer and songwriter, known for his "sharp wit, sardonic humor, earnest humanism, political activism, insightful lyrics and distinctive voice", Phil Ochs wrote some of the best known songs of his generation, including "I Ain't Marchin Anymore", "There But For Fortune", "Love Me, I'm a Liberal", "Draft Dodger Rag", "Power and the Glory", and "When I'm Gone". Still relevant and powerful today!

Phil Ochs was a tour-de-force, performing at political rallies, anti-war demonstrations, civil rights rallies, organized labor events, colleges, universities, New York's Town Hall and Carnegie Hall, and the 1963 and 1964 Newport Folk Festivals.

He wrote hundreds of songs, produced eight albums, and toured all over the United States, Chile, Argentina, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. He helped form the Yippies along with Abbie Hoffman, Paul Krasner, and Jerry Rubin. 
His major influences were Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Bob Gibson, Merle Haggard and Buddy Holly.

Join us in this very special evening as we celebrate the life and creative brilliance that was Phil Ochs; a spokesperson for his generation whose relevant songs continue to be sung today.


Free parking is available 2 blocks from Cyprian's at the Blood Centers of the Pacific (BCP) lot, located at Turk and Masonic. The lot is available from 7:15 pm to 12 midnight on concert nights. Enter at Masonic and mention "SF Live Arts at Cyprian's" to the volunteer. From the lot, cross Turk Street at the light on Masonic and walk east to Cyprian's. BCP is not responsible for vehicle loss or damage.

On-street parking is often available on Nido, a small street north of Turk, one block west of Cyprian's.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I've heard, I'd guess, a dozen renditions of Changes, but now the one I'll know it by will be, barring something beyond magic, Kim and Reggie Harris'.

    November 17, 2013

  • Sky

    Great Show

    November 16, 2013

  • Julie G.

    This should be a wonderful concert. I wish I could go, but I'm supposed to lead a long hike in the afternoon, and I doubt I will be up for it...:-(

    November 12, 2013

  • Jurgis P.

    I miss Phil, too. I believe there are many unanswered questions about his "suicide". There was no suicide note left. He was listed as an "enemy of the state" in the FBI files. He had no reason to end it all. The mugging incident in Africa, possibly by the CIA, left his vocal chords damaged. His death involved a second choking incident. Let's reopen the case, for Phil's sake. An American hero.

    1 · November 12, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    i miss phil.

    November 10, 2013

  • craig b.

    One of my old friends. Of course, I'll be there

    November 7, 2013

  • Megan

    Thanks Sky! Love Phil Ochs and looking forward to this!

    November 7, 2013

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