Frustrated with politics as usual? The band Sour Cherry Pie is here to help! They sing songs of justice with a religious base and a dose of humor that can help others see the world with a slightly different tone. On November 10 at 7 pm, Sour Cherry Pie will perform on the third floor of 154 North Main Street, for the Bluffton Town Hall Concert Series. Phil Hart started writing folk songs in the early 70s, influenced by Dylan, Ochs, Paxton, Prine, and many others. He continues to create tunes that carry thoughtful stories about real stuff. Steve began adding his heady bass lines to Phil’s songs several years ago. They’ve been enjoying playing coffee houses, farmers markets, and house concerts, and are looking forward to helping Bluffton shake their PESD (Post Election Stress Disorder).
Donations at this event will benefit the Dare to Dream scholarship at Bluffton University. The scholarship fund, established by a group of Bluffton alumni, faculty and staff, provides support for undocumented, immigrant children in the United States who are ineligible for federal aid. They are often referred to as DREAMers because of the failed legislation known as The Dream Act (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act).