A Community Comes Together
I live in Brooklyn but was able to travel to Black Mountain to try and help him recover. When I arrived he was in bad shape. When I left he was watching TV, complaining about politics and very very worried about White Horse.
While in Black Mountain I was overwhelmed by the community’s love and concern for my father and for White Horse but just as importantly and impressively, by the love everyone showed for the community itself.
I am back in Brooklyn with my wife and daughter now, hoping I can find a way to share the love I felt in Black Mountain with at least my immediate Brooklyn community.
My Dad, White Horse, and the amazing White Horse supporters are looking for ways to help the community help keep White Horse alive. They’ll begin by presenting a series of live streamed shows beginning on Friday March 27 with the wonderful Brian Hilligoss and band at 8 PM. The series will take place at White Horse with very good production, fine talent and that White Horse “homey” feel. Watch this site for listings. There will be more. Stay tuned.
Donations will be (and are) being requested to help keep White Horse going. Given what I saw in Black Mountain, I have no doubt the community will support White Horse so it can continue for years to come.
Passing vibes of health and love to everyone.
As you know, we’ve had to close our doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the need for “social distancing”, for everyone’s safety, we can’t invite you to performances. However, we are working on new ways to bring you the best in live music via the internet. Stay tuned for updates, both here and in our email newsletter. Haven’t subscribed yet? Now is a great time! Fill out the news form and we’ll keep you posted by email.