international women's day

# 413 - Here's 4 The Ladies

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# 372 - Here's 3 The Ladies

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# 142: Here's 2 The Ladies (More Songs About Women)

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Tonight, the sequel to a show we did in March 2013, "Here's To The Ladies", with more songs about women.

"Here's To The Ladies" - Frankie Avalon
"Barbara Ann" - The Beach Boys
"Once In Love With Amy" - Ray Bolger
"Patricia" - Perez Prado
"Kind of Woman" - Jill Clayburgh
"Woman" - John Lennon
"What Will My Mary Say?" - Johnny Mathis
"Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" - Frank Sinatra
"Laura" - David Raksin and his Orchestra
"Karen" - The Beach Boys
"Sweet Caroline" - Neil Diamond
"Angela" - Bob James
"I'm Every Woman" - Whitney Houston
"Miss Celie's Blues (Sister)" - Margaret Avery
"Linda" - Ray Noble and His Orchestra; Buddy Clark (Vocals)
"Julia" - The Beatles
"You Don't Own Me" (In Memoriam - Lesley Gore)

International Women's Day is this Saturday at Monaco's Palace (4555 Cleveland Ave., Northland). For more information, go here: If you don't drive, take Line # 1 up there.

There is also a B.R.A.V.E. (Being Radically Authentic & Vocally Expressive) Art Show this month, with receptions at FIVE Locations on Thursday:
- The Cultural Arts Center (139 W. Main St., Downtown; There will be a talk at Conversations and Coffee on Thursday March 26 at Noon on this exhibit)
- The MAC/Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center (777 Evening St., Worthington; next to Thomas Worthington High School)
- Zen Cha Tea Salon (at both their Downtown/Gay Street and Short North Locations)
- The King Arts Complex (867 Mount Vernon Avenue, King-Lincoln District)

International Women's History Month PSA

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