Songs of Change from Women

The activist organization Showing Up for Racial Justice and the Beacon Beahive will host “Fiery Women, Fierce Justice,” a concert in which three musicians share original songs about social justice.

Colleen Kattau, Rachael Kilgour and Pamela Means (photos provided)

Colleen Kattau, Rachael Kilgour and Pamela Means (photos provided)

Colleen Kattau, a bilingual guitarist and songwriter, has toured with Pete Seeger and Holly Near. Rachael Kilgour performs folk music and was the 2015 Grand Prize winner of the international NewSong Music Performance & Songwriting Competition at Lincoln Center. Pamela Means is a singer-songwriter and jazz musician recognized for her skill as a guitarist.

The concert will take place Friday, Nov. 4, at Beahive, 291 Main St. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets, which are $15 ($10 for members of Beahive or SURJ), will be available at the door or in advance at beahivebzzz.com.


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