Deb Gordon’s guest was Fredda Rosen, Executive Director of Job Path which is an organization that supports people with developmental disabilities and provides programs and services to help them lead full and active lives.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Ellen Yoshiuchi, Program Director of the National Kidney Foundation of Greater New York, whose mission is to help prevent kidney disease by creating awareness and raising funds for lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk.
The 24-song song setlist was split between songs written by Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and the recently returned Christine McVie.
Deb Gordon spotlighted Mental Illness Awareness Week with singer/songwriter, Boola, and Wendy Brennan, Executive Director of The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City (NAMI), a grassroots organization that provides support, education, and advocacy for families and individuals of all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds who live with mental illness.
Macklemore probably got the outfit he’s wearing on the show at the thrift shop.
According to a release, the new dates will include a new wardrobe for the singer different from what she showcased on the original tour.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Arlene Sullivan, Artist, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Changing Images Art Foundation, Inc., a not for profit with the mission of providing “medicine for the soul” by painting murals and walls in various institutions and injecting color and life into the surroundings of the sick and elderly, as well as children in schools and shelter systems.
The rest of Stevens’ concert dates look to be taking place as expected
Oktoberfest is just around the corner! Though we can’t all have the luxury of flying out to Germany to get a taste of Das Boot (“Beerfest” reference) and all the possible ale we can drink, there IS something just as awesome going on this Saturday, September 20th in Brooklyn!