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Morgana Warner-Evans

Member sinceJanuary 10, 2013
LocationMidcoast/Southern Maine
InfluencesPhil Ochs, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Judy Collins, Malvina Reynolds
Artist Biography:
I grew up singing and playing Celtic, French-Canadian, and US folk music on the flute and tinwhistle with my family and friends. In middle school, I learned about the protest-singers of the 1960's, and shortly thereafter I became an activist, learned to play the guitar, and started writing my own topical songs. Right now I sing on the street and at peace and social justice events wherever I am.

The songs I put on this page are my own original compositions, and most of them are political. If you like political music, there's a cool organization that you should check out, called the People's Music Network (

More by Morgana Warner-Evans:

Divestment Song
Hard Times
Made in the USA
Somebody Cares
Talking Healthcare
The River
When I Pass Through your Town

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