A former union organizer, George Mann hails from New York and has been creating labor and protest music for more than 20 years. He has worked with and produced albums featuring such folk music legends as Pete Seeger, Utah Phillips, and Tom Paxton, and produced national tours of the US and Australia in honor of the Almanac Singers (2013) and Joe Hill (2015).
The Rosewind Common House is a shoes-off & fragrance-free facility.
(Bring slippers if you wish.)
We'll take a short break between sets, so feel free to bring a light snack/desert or beverage of your choice to share.
George brings his experience as a union organizer and educator to his concerts-- stories and songs about real events and the struggle for a better life. In 2016 he released a solo CD "For the Road and the Sky," and "Until You Come Home: Songs to Heal the Wounds of War," a compilation CD of songs about the effects of war on those who serve, His latest CD, "One At A Time," was released in October 2018.