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The Used Tour in Support of LGBT Youth

By Erika Reichelscheimer on January 11, 2013

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.

Soldiers Use the Power of Music to Triumph Over Trauma

By Erika Reichelscheimer on December 3, 2012

All over the country, soldiers who are suffering from PTSD and physical injuries are learning to deal with their pain by writing songs and playing music; and it seems to be working.

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

By Erika Reichelscheimer on October 24, 2012

Marijuana legalization is on the ballot in Colorado and two other states, and leading in the polls However, candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney won’t back off their anti-legalization stance.

Fun. shows support for LGBTQ community with new initiative

By Erika Reichelscheimer on October 16, 2012

“This is not a gay rights issue. This is a human rights issue.” – Rachel Antonoff

Politicians Don’t Listen To The Lyrics

By Erika Reichelscheimer on August 29, 2012

The Republican ticket is picking campaign songs that – the artists who wrote them say – stand for everything the candidates don’t.

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

By Erika Reichelscheimer on August 13, 2012

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.”

Political Issues You Can Dance To

By Erika Reichelscheimer on August 8, 2012

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