Tag: music

6
Mar

AMPLIFY Artist Interview: Elliott Vaughn of The Malah

Trevor Hosterman, CO Regional Organizer for the AMPLIFY Project, recently sat down with Elliott Vaughn of The Malah before their blowout show at the Bluebird Theatre in Denver, CO to end their hugely successful 10th anniversary “ILLUMIN8 Tour”. They discussed why the live music community needs to speak out against the failed “War on Drugs”, what more could be done

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12
Dec

AMPLIFY Project Interview with EOTO

Brian Gilbert & Brooke Napier, National Outreach Coordinators for the AMPLIFY Project, asked Jason Hann of EOTO & The String Cheese Incident a few questions last week about the recent passage of Amendment 64 and how the music community can encourage youth to get involved in the political process.   BG: First off, thank you so much taking the time

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29
Nov

AMPLIFY Project Interview with Big Gigantic

Brooke Napier, National Outreach Coordinator for the AMPLIFY Project, asked Jeremy Salken of Big Gigantic a few questions last week about the recent passage of Amendment 64 and how the music community can encourage youth to get involved in the political process. Thank you for taking the time before tonight’s show to talk with me! Amendment 64 in your home

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1
Jun

AMPLIFYing Our Message

This past weekend, SSDP’s AMPLIFY team travelled to Chillicothe, Illinois to participate in the 12th annual Summer Camp Music Festival where several of our AMPLIFY artists were playing including Lotus, EOTO, Zoogma, Rubblebucket, and Indigo Sun. The AMPLIFY Project got invited back again, for the second year in a row, to participate in the Make A Difference tent. This is a space that

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24
Jun

AMPLIFY Your Activism Contest

SSDP is incredibly excited to announce our AMPLIFY Your Activism Contest! We’ve teamed up with our friends and supporters Slightly Stoopid and put together a killer prize that includes 2 VIP tickets to a Slightly Stoopid show of your choice* and lots of other awesome swag like a poster signed by the band members, SSDP t-shirts and a $100 gift card for Seedless

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21
Jun

SSDP Teams Up with the Peter Tosh Family

SSDP is incredibly excited to be teaming up with the family of legendary reggae star Peter Tosh for the “What Does ‘Legalize It’ Mean to Me?” video contest!   From Niambe Tosh: It was thirty-five years ago that my dad, Peter Tosh, released his groundbreaking hit, “Legalize It.”  His song became an anthem for a generation of young people who

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