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MCC to Perform at Women’s March in D.C. on 1/21

January 19 2017

MCC will join The Indigo Girls for a performance at the Women’s March in Washington D.C. on Saturday January 21. The rally begins at 10:00 AM and the march begins at 1:15 PM. Other performers include Janelle Monae, Maxwell, Angelique Kidjo, Samtha Ronson, Toshi Reagon, and Emily Wells.

Visit the Women’s March official website for more information, including details on how you can attend or participate in your hometown.

MCC to Perform at AWP 50th Anniversary Gala on 2/8

January 17 2017

MCC will perform at the Association of Writers & Performers 50th Anniversary Gala in Washington D.C. on February 8. Visit the AWP site for more information on attending the Gala.

2016, With Gratitude

December 31 2016

thanks all for a beautiful 2016 – happy new year and see you soon. – mcc

watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/CBjtqFpxT6E
watch on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/197608982

MCC Live Set on Sirius XM – Airing January 1, 2017

December 30 2016

As their final performance in 2016, MCC and band stopped by the Sirius XM Studios in D.C. earlier this month for a live performance. The full session, including an opening set from Rose Cousins, will debut on New Year’s Day, with rebroadcasts throughout January. Tune in at: siriusxm.com

The session will also be broadcasting OnDemand for 2 weeks at: siriusxm.com/ondemand

Broadcast Schedule (all times in ET)

Jan. 1
9am – The Bridge (part of The Village Folk Show)
12pm – The Village
11pm – The Bridge (part of The Village Folk Show)

Jan 2
9pm – The Village (part of The Village Folk Show)

Jan 3
3pm – The Village (part of The Village Folk Show)
6pm – The Village

Jan 5
11am – The Village (part of The Village Folk Show)

Jan 6
12pm – The Village

Jan 10
10am – The Village

MCC to Join Rosanne Cash in NYC on Dec. 9

November 30 2016

Mary Chapin Carpenter will join Rosanne Cash on December 9 as the special guest on Acoustic Cash, a musical talk hosted by Rosanne at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City.

Rosanne and Mary Chapin will be discussing the nature of wisdom and our role in passing down knowledge. Each Acoustic Cash session focuses on a different topic. The series has been running since the Rubin Museum first opened in 2004.

Tickets are on sale now. Click here to purchase.