Join indie folk favorites The Nields for an intimate, house concert to benefit the Rosenberg Fund for Children. This special evening with sisters Katryna and Nerissa Nields, will be at the home of their parents, who feel in love at a Pete Seeger concert.
- Friday, October 12th
- Time & cost t.b.a.
- McLean, VA (private residence)
- Contact email@example.com or (413) 529-0063 for address and to reserve a spot
The Nields are a dynamic folk duo based in western MA. The primary inspiration behind their latest album, XVII, was Nerissa and Katryna’s hero, Pete Seeger, who died in January of 2014. His love of sharing music and his passion for justice had been a part of their lives since before they were born. His death affected them profoundly. Pete is clearly on the album in songs like “Joe Hill” and “Wasn’t That a Time,” but the entire album is infused with his spirit. It’s there in the Nields’ delight in sharing music and in using it to build a community.
“I feel like when Pete died,” Katryna recalls “all musicians thought ‘How do I carry on this tradition that he gave us and how do we nurture that.’ The greatest thing you get to do as a musician is create a community; that’s the gift that Pete Seeger gave us more than anything else. It’s our job to just keep singing and to keep encouraging others to keep singing, too.”