Ken has been performing folk and early pop music all over the country for more than 40 years. He plays the “classic” folk music of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. His repertoire also includes some selections from pop artists and even pays tribute to country greats.
“The Old Folkie” returns with a music service that correlates with the Unitarian-Universalist Second Principle of “Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations”.
Ken Sizemore, folk singer and guitarist, has been performing music all over the country for more than 40 years. His repertoire includes the “classic” folk music of the 50s, 60s, 70s and selections from pop artists and country greats. Service Leader: Geraldine Barker.
Ken shares memories seen through rose-colored glasses with his songs about high school romance, best buddies for life, the miracle of finding SUSIE, the amazing and supernaturally brilliant Sizemore boys, a “Music Man” dad who did not actually exist, and a tongue-in-cheek look at the generation gap as demonstrated by musical trends and tastes.
In this presentation, Ken Sizemore will perform songs celebrating romantic love and committed relationships. All these songs of love will be appropriate to any committed couple regardless of age, race, or sexual orientation–if two people love one another, these songs will be for and about them.
Our friend, Ken Sizemore, returns to give us another great musical service. Potluck after the service.
The presentation this Sunday will be a musical performance by our friend, the old folkie himself, Ken Sizemore.
Ken Sizemore will perform the music that was played and sung at the rallies, marches, concerts, and protests of this important era in American history. Come and sing along to the songs that helped give courage and hope to those working for justice and fairness in the 50s and 60s. Service Leader: Bruce Wood; Music: … Continued