Author: Erika Reichelscheimer

The Used Tour in Support of LGBT Youth

The Used Tour in Support of LGBT Youth

The Used, We Came As Romans, Crown The Empire and Mindflow join together for the 2013 Take Action tour to show support for teenagers in the LGBT community and remind them that they are not alone. Read More

Soldiers Use the Power of Music to Triumph Over Trauma

Soldiers Use the Power of Music to Triumph Over Trauma

Earlier this week, SPIN Magazine released an article titled “Fight Songs“ about an amazing organization, Songwriting With: Soldiers, which gives military men and women suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) the opportunity to create music out of their painful experiences. Read More

Obama and Romney On Same Side of Marijuana Fight in Swing State Colorado

Obama and Romney On Same Side of Marijuana Fight in Swing State Colorado

Colorado, home to a significant number of independent voters and nine electoral votes; is an important swing state in the upcoming election. Obama and Romney have devoted tons of money and manpower in the hopes of winning this state. However, the issue that could most affect the outcome is one they actually agree on. — whether to legalize marijuana — they oppose it. Read More

Fun. shows support for LGBTQ community with new initiative

Fun. shows support for LGBTQ community with new initiative

The band Fun. has created an inspiring new initiative called The Ally Coalition (TAC) to educate the public and  artists on issues effecting the LGBTQ community. Read More

Politicians Don’t Listen To The Lyrics

Politicians Don’t Listen To The Lyrics

The Republican ticket and its choice of music has been a hot topic in recent weeks. As soon as Paul Ryan was named Mitt Romney’s running mate, his musical taste of Metallica, The Grateful Dead and Rage Against the Machine got plenty of attention. However, some of these selections of music completely go against everything these politicians stand for, and they don’t seem to realize or care. Read More

Can a 22-year Old Orthodox Jew Be Sexy and A Senator?

Can a 22-year Old Orthodox Jew Be Sexy and A Senator?

Inspired by the movie “Legally Blonde,” a 22 year old woman from Brooklyn is running for the New York State Senate, calling herself the “District Diva.” Read More

Political Issues You Can Dance To

Political Issues You Can Dance To

Music and Politics: Third Eye Blind, Ted Nugent, The Smiths and more. Read More

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