Ramblin’ Jack Elliott at Jerry Knight’s River Theater, Friday August 18, with Danny Montana

I’ve never had the pleasure of hearing Ramblin’ Jack live, but with Danny Montana opening up for him tomorrow night, this suddenly became a show I could not miss. A few tickets still available. Join us! Here’s a link to a Bohemian piece on Danny and this show: Big Sky Country Danny Montana takes it…

Roots, Radicals and Rockers: Billy Bragg at the Library of Congress, 4 pm pst Friday July 21, 2017

The roots of skiffle as a musical genre and its influence on popular music is discussed in this book talk presented by singer and guitarist Billy Bragg at the Library of Congress in the Mumford Room, located on the sixth floor of the James Madison Memorial Building, 101 Independence Ave., S.E., Washington, D.C. In his…

Don’t Drink the Water by Jay McGee of Flint, Michigan

I remember being shocked and appalled at our government’s racist and wholly inadequate response to Hurricane Katrina. It truly shook me to think that we would allow so many of our people to be ignored, mistreated and deprived of their fundamental human rights.

The Flint, Michigan story is no less shocking. Access to clean water is a universal human right, and in California it’s also required by law. Not in Michigan though.

Here’s a new tune from Jay McGee of Flint, who’s hoping to prevent the issue from being relegated to the backburner of our news cycle this election year.

The Times They Are A-Changin’ Released, February 10, 1964

From the This Week in History calendar: Feb. 10, 1964 – Bob Dylan’s ”The Times They Are A-Changin’” was released. The album’s title song captured the emerging, principally generational gap in American culture concerning war and racism.         Lyrics: Come gather ’round people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around…

The Monsanto Years – On Tour With Neil Young

Published on Jan 27, 2016 by Hollywood Food Guild

A behind the scenes look of Neil Young + The Promise of the Real’s “The Monsanto Years” Tour.

For years, Neil Young has used his voice through his music for social justice issues, working specifically as a strong ally for farmers. This past year, Young released his newest album titled The Monsanto Years, calling out Monsanto as one of the the most harmful corporations in human history (along with Syngenta, Dow, Dupont and Bayer). Together these corporations control seed production and have created patents on their genetically engineered (GE) seed, taking away the farmers’ right to save their own seed. These companies’ GE crops have increased the use of pesticides by hundreds of millions of pounds, and next generation GE crops will further increase pesticide usage of even stronger, more toxic herbicides.

Center for Food Safety has led the fight for food, farms and the environment since 1997. Hollywood Food Voices is a production of Center for Food Safety, created to join with artists using their influence to shine light on environmental and food and farming issues. Join us in demanding for clear GMO labeling: Sign the petition:…

And as always, for more info on GMOs, Monsanto, and other food movement facts, you can check out our GMO fact sheet or the Center for Food Safety website:…

Neil starts his International Tour this summer 2016.