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Big Easy Roots & Gospel Fest 2015!

Help support our mission of providing free, high-quality, live music to those in need, and have a […]

By |Tuesday, March 24, 2015|Gospel Music, Music, Performances, Rock My Soul, Roots Music, The RMS Five|0 Comments

How Brief Despair

The following post is the transcript of a message given at Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland, Maine, on August 7, 2011 as […]

By |Tuesday, September 23, 2014|Lectures/Talks|0 Comments

Why We Do What We Do

Our performances for the public are exciting and fun, yes, but this video illustrates the heart of what we’re all about at ProjectMusicWorks. I came […]

By |Wednesday, January 22, 2014|Gospel Music, Music, Outreach, Videos|0 Comments

Strange Things Happening Every Day

Message Given at Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland ME, June 24, 2012
© 2012 Dawn Boyer. All Rights Reserved.

On April 30, 1945, two things happened:

Adolf […]

By |Thursday, October 11, 2012|Gospel Music, Music, Roots Music|2 Comments

Music as a Lifeline

I just finished watching War Dance, a moving 2007 documentary about children from a village in civil-war-torn northern Uganda. The focus is on a national music competition that the children prepare for, and shows the power of music and dance to help lift the children out of the tragedy of their lives. Most are orphans whose parents were killed by rebels. Watching Rose, a pre-teen, tell her story of soldiers lifting her mother’s and father’s heads out of a cooking pot to identify them, is heartbreaking and almost too much to take. She says, “when I saw my mother’s head, I felt like I was losing my mind.”


By |Sunday, September 30, 2012|Music, Videos|2 Comments

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