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Revolutionary Music - Music and Social Change

June Millington & Emm Gryner: Music & Activism

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With support from: Lowell Institute
Lowell Lecture & Performance — June Millington & Emm Gryner: Music & Activism
Date and time
Saturday, June 01, 2024
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Virtual:
3:00pm
In-person:
3:00PM, Doors Open at 2:45PM
Location
Boston Public Library
700 Boylston St.
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
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Free
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Join rock pioneer June Millington and acclaimed indie artist Emm Gryner for an enlightening discussion and performance.

June Millington—guitarist and founding member of all-female rock band Fanny—will converse with Emm Gryner—independent singer/songwriter, bassist, and pianist—about Fanny, music, and activism. The main content will conclude with a musical performance.

This program is part of our Lowell Lecture Series and our “Revolutionary Music: Music for Social Change” programmatic theme.

June Millington
June Millington “one of the hottest female guitarists in the industry” (Guitar Player Magazine) has been making music since she was a child playing ukulele in her native Philippines.
Emm Gryner
Emm Gryner is an independent recording artist with a career that spans more than 25 years. Her albums Asianblue and Girl Versions were nominated for Pop Album of The Year at the Juno Awards. Emm appears on albums by David Bowie and Rob Zombie.

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