Tag: Reverb

Visit “Participation Row” on Dead & Co. Tour

If you’re hitting a Dead & Co. show this summer, be sure to visit the Participation Row social action village. It’s a place where you can register to vote, do fun activities with various non-profit organizations, and get cool stuff for free! At the band’s tour opening show in Charlotte, North Carolina June 10th, Participation Row…

Posted in Participation Row, News

An Interview with Matt Hirschy of Equality NC: To Play Or Not To Play?

Many many bands elected to boycott North Carolina in protest of the controversial HB2 law that – among other things – stops transgender people from using bathrooms that align with their gender identity. Dead & Company, however elected to move forward with their June 10th, Charlotte, NY show, and use the to raise awareness and…

Posted in Participation Row, Music and Activism

The Soundtrack of Change

Protest songs aren’t dead — far from it. They’re experiencing a resurgence as musicians are getting more involved in the biggest issues of the day.

Posted in Music and Activism

REVERB, The Ally Coaltion and Ben & Jerry’s Make Equality FUN.

In the wake of the election, human rights and liberties has become a major talking point across the nation. With the election now behind us, Reverb, Ben & Jerry’s, and the band fun. want to make sure campuses across the nation are continuing those discussions.

Posted in Human Rights, Music and Activism

HeadCount’s Best Year Ever

We are proud to announce that 2012 was HeadCount’s best year ever. We registered 103,340. The total for the two-year election cycle was 111,832.

Posted in News, Music and Activism

HeadCount joins the Campus Consciousness Tour

Do you think music can change the world? I do. So for the next few weeks, I will be joining the Reverb Campus Consciousness Tour in hopes of finding out what really inspires us to action. The Campus Consciousness Tour is a project of the non-profit environmental group, Reverb, who works with artists to make their…

Posted in Uncategorized, News

Food & Farm Policy Issue Update: Festie Farmers Markets and the Luck of the Amish

Sustainable local eats this summer with Dave Matthews, raw milk and more in this Issue Update.

Posted in Issue Updates, Food and Farm Policy

Interview: Guster and Reverb’s Adam Gardner

Guster’s Adam Gardner discusses the process behind the new album “Easy Wonderful,” Reverb, and the upcoming election.

Climate Change Movement Digs Self Out Of Snow

When a pair of snowstorms pounded Washington DC, climate-change skeptics were quick to call for an end to any discussion of global warming or climate-related legislation. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) tweeted, “It’s going to keep snowing until Al Gore cries uncle,” and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin called global warming “snake oil science.” It’s left…

Reverb Greens Phish, Dave Matthews, O.A.R., And More

Reverb, the nonprofit dedicated to greening up tours and informing fans about sustainability, has a snazzy new video to launch its refreshed website. Since 2004, when it was founded by Guster’s Adam Gardner and his wife, Lauren Sullivan, Reverb has worked with the Dave Matthews Band, Jack Johnson, O.A.R., Maroon 5, and many other acs…