Tag: WaterWheel Foundation

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

Interview: Mock Show Founder Jason Kaczorowski

The greatly anticipated ‘Da Mock Show comes to Chicago next week. We sat down with Jason Kaczorowski – photographer, Phish fan and organizer of the event – to hear what it’s all about.

Posted in Music and Activism

Phish Helps a Small Charity in a Big Way

When Phish visits a town, they leave behind more than just memories. The band’s Waterwheel Foundation makes a donation to a local nonprofit in every city, and sometimes it can be life changing.

Posted in Music and Activism, HeadCount Community

State Radio’s Chad Stokes Urmston On Phish, Fandom, And Volunteerism

“The music industry needs to devise a single strategy to leverage new federal funding to mobilize fans to volunteer,” blogs State Radio‘s Chad Stokes Urmston (with co-writer Matt Wilhelm) in the Huffington Post. Urmston, whom we interviewed recently here, provides an excellent roundup of the many ways in which musicians are leveraging their fan base…

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WaterWheel Rewards Community Volunteers At Phish’s Festival 8

Volunteerism has its perks, at least when Phish’s WaterWheel Foundation is encouraging it. Everyone who puts in at least eight hours at a local nonprofit becomes eligible for prizes at Festival 8. So go for it: Join The WaterWheel Foundation in attaining at total of 8,000 hours of volunteer service and be entered to win…