NOT MY PRESIDENT's DAY
A Rock' n Roll Peace Rally
We Didn't Vote For Him
Yet We Are Not Powerless
We Can Stop This War
Sunday, February 16th 1 to 5 pm at the YWCA, 7 Temple St.
Central Square Cambridge. Free Admission. ALL AGES
WILDMAN- CD Release party for "Flag Retirement"
Roger Miller of Mission Of Burma
The Peasants- political rock with attitude
Evan Greer- Dylan-styled protest music
The Foundation- politically conscious hip-hop
Toshi Hoo- video artist and musician Dr. Hoo M.P. presents
"The State of the Super Union".
The Cliché's (formerly Lactose and Tolerant)- punk
rock high schoolers
Speech by Boston City Councilor Chuck Turner
Special baton twirling performance by Miss Dominica K
Floor (MP3 @ 3,334KB)
A Wave (MP3 @ 4,180KB)
Damn Mistake (MP3 @ 4,056KB)
Not To Try (MP3 @ 4,875KB)
(MP3 @ 2,599KB)
(MP3 @ 5,380KB)
Anthem (MP3 @ 4,727KB)
Let's be honest. We need your help to get this record to the people.
We are seeking to raise $5000 to fund the manufacturing, printing,
and promotion costs that can not be donated. Please Make
a Donation of any size, we will send you a hand-burned autographed
copy of the record.
Here's a list of the biggest donors so far:
Jonathan Wyner and M-Works
Paul Lenart and the Swordfish Club
Dissatisfied with the lack of dissent in the press and in the goverment
David Wildman began to write songs protesting the eminent war in
Sept. 19 David Wildman invites Hendrik David Gideonse XIX to attend
the first performance of the music at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge,
The Flag Retirement album was recorded from Oct. 5 to Oct. 10 at
Indecent Music Studios in Medford, MA.