Bay Area singer/songwriter and Harvard College alumna Rachel Garlin will play a benefit show for Mothers Out Front at Club Passim on June 5, 2016. She will perform songs from her forthcoming album Hello Again. Two decades ago the folk singer covered the Pete Seeger song “Come Early Morning” at an open mic in Harvard Square which kick-started her music career. The song “Alternative Fuel” aired on the popular NPR “Car Talk” was featured in the independent film Fuel, an audience choice winner at Sundance.
The show benefits Mothers Out Front–a sustainable climate organization [which has an active Cambridge chapter] with an energy focus on “efficiency and conservation as well as solar, wind, geothermal, and small hydropower.” Garlin’s effort to support Mothers Out Front through a show is part of a lifelong effort to lend her music to social causes for a better world.
Tickets available here for Rachel Garlin at Club Passim in Cambridge, Mass. on June 5, 2016