Tag: Phil Lesh

Interview: #GoVote Artist AJ Masthay

On the strength of amazing and varied artwork, AJ Masthay has vaulted himself to the top of the rock poster game. His contribution to the #GoVote art series blew us all away.

Posted in #GoVote artist interviews

HeadCount at Ten: 2008, Playin’ in the Big Leagues

2008 was big year in electoral politics, but was an even bigger year for HeadCount.

Posted in 10th anniversary

Movers, Shakers, Music Lovers: Jake Sherman, Politico

The people who shape the political landscape are as passionate about music as they are about politics. In our new blog series Movers, Shakers, Music Lovers, we’ll be talking to them about the bands they love and the shows that changed their lives.

Posted in Interviews, Music and Activism, Headliners

HeadCount Fund Raiser Takes You Furthur On Coney Island

HeadCount is proud to be able to enhance your Furthur experience. Thanks to AEG Live, CID Entertainment, the Furthur family, and especially HeadCount board member Bob Weir, HeadCount is offering a pair of VIP packages for the group’s June 26 show at Coney Island’s MCU Park (home of the Brooklyn Cyclones baseball team). Your tax-deductible…

Posted in Music and Activism, HeadCount Community

Phil Lesh Turning 70, Benefiting Haiti

Look out of any window, any morning, any day, and the likelihood of seeing a 70-year-old rock star still going strong are slim to none. Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh is about to change all that. Phil will celebrate his 70th birthday with Furthur & Friends at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco…

Posted in Music and Activism

Interview: Political Strategist and Obama Campaign Media Adviser John Del Cecato

Ever wonder who actually wrote most of the Obama campaign ads that were filling the airwaves this time last year? It was a thirtysomething Deadhead named John Del Cecato, who managed to mesh gears with his favorite band while also helping get his candidate elected. He was then named one of Politics Magazine’s “Rising Stars”….