Tag: moe.

Announcing the #GoVote Photo Campaign

Get ready. On Election Day, more than 300 entertainers will go on social media and post photos of themselves urging their fans to “#GoVote.”

Posted in News

HeadCount at Ten: How It All Started

On February 13th, 2004, HeadCount officially launched at a small concert in Denver, CO. Ten years later, we’ve registered 300,000 voters and championed dozens of ways for the music community to make its voice heard.

Posted in News, 10th anniversary

More from Jam Cruise

HeadCount’s Mountain West Regional Coordinator reflects on the beauty of Jam Cruising alongside fellow HeadCount volunteers and some of her favorite musicians.

Posted in Music and Activism

Jam Cruise Calling

Want to go on Jam Cruise 11 for free? Volunteer to make some phone calls reminding fellow music fans to vote. The more calls you make, the better chance you have of winning. The prize includes a spot in the HeadCount Jam Cruise cabin and $400 in travel expenses.

Posted in News, Music and Activism

HeadCount Will Send You On Jam Cruise!

Want to go on Jam Cruise for FREE? We’ll be sending one outstanding HeadCount volunteer on a musical adventure at sea. It could be you!

Posted in News, HeadCount Community

Interview: Al Schnier from moe.

moe. guitarist Al Schnier is a special guest this month on HeadCount’s “HeadLiners” streaming radio show. Read the highlights or listen to the entire show.

Posted in Interviews, Music and Activism

Volunteer of the Month: Eytan Bernet

Another amazing volunteer helping us rock! Check out the HeadCount Volunteer of the Month!

Posted in Volunteer of the Month

Volunteer of the Month: Charlie Blatt

Sayin’ thanks to HeadCount’s Volunteer of the Month, Charlie Blatt!

Posted in News, HeadCount Community

moe., Guster Play for the Environment (VIDEO)

Guster and moe. donated tracks to the Patagonia Music Collective to support environmental groups. In two short videos, they perform and discuss the causes they are backing.

moe. Issues a “Challenge” to Their Fans

moe. has issued a challenge to their fans – download the track “One Life” on iTunes 1,000 times (the .99 cents goes to the Rain Forest Action Network), and they’ll play an extra set at the All Good Festival.

Posted in HeadCount Community, Sustainability and Climate Change