Friday, November 26, 7pm, this event will be live-streamed on “Facebook Live”

Friends. Freedom. Food. Music. Parents. Children. Pets. Laughter. Emotions. And dozens of other things. Despite the virus, racial injustice, and many other challenges, we all have so much to be thankful for.

So join me [Bill Cohen] from 7pm to 8:30pm on Friday, November 26 as I sing a unique concert of songs that express gratitude for all that we have. It’s our eighth year for this Thanksgiving-themed concert.

Playing piano and guitar, I’ll sing songs written by, made famous by, or inspired by, a wide variety of folks: John Denver, the Weavers, Phil Ochs, Louis Armstrong, and Don McLean. Even Johnny Appleseed, Jiminy Cricket, and the “old ladies” on the TV show, “Golden Girls.”

On several songs, Ann Fisher will add beautiful flute accompaniment, David Maywhoor will add percussion, and Joe Lambert and Joanne Blum will add soothing vocal harmonies.

This is a free concert, but if you appreciate the songs and the message, we’ll be welcoming donations for a non-profit charity, International Medical Alliance of Tennessee. That’s the group that my wife Randi goes with to the Dominican Republic every February. This all-volunteer group of doctors, nurses, and medical students provides free medical care to impoverished and disenfranchised Haitian workers who live and work just inside the Dominican Republic border.

Randi serves as the group’s interpreter, bridging the language gap between the Spanish-speaking patients and the English-speaking medical workers. During the show, we’ll tell you how to donate electronically, or you may send a check to: IMA of Tennessee, 547 S. David Lane, Knoxville, TN 37922.

Use this link to donate to the International Medical Alliance.

To see the free concert, go to the “Bill Cohen Sings” Facebook page at 7pm on Friday, November 26.

For more information, call Bill at 614-263-3851.

Hosted by Bill Cohen Sings.


Friday, November 26, 2021 - 7:00pm

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