ORGANIZER: Alison Metalbabe Cohen
Alison ‘MetalBabe’ Cohen and TnT Productions have joined forces once again to put on 100 Thousand Musicians for Change at Paladino’s on Saturday, September 28th. Markus Allen Christopher’s band Miss Crazy headlines the show as their 1st Los Angeles appearance before kicking off their tour! Elevensworth starts out the night, followed by Same Vein, and the return of The Hard Way! Showtime, coming to us all the way from Paris, France, will close out the night with a set of super fun rock n’ roll cover songs. In addition to all this, Alison ‘MetalBabe’ Cohen will be celebrating her birthday at this Event! And… If you aren’t in the Los Angeles area, this Event will be Streamed LIVE for all the World to see! So come out and show your support! Or show it from the comfort of your own home. Either way, this is going to be a PARTY!
9pm SAME VEIN
10pm THE HARD WAY
11pm MISS CRAZY
This Event is going to be Live-Streamed for the Entire WORLD to see! Just choose this Event at 8pm PST on 9/28/13 to View!
Do you want to join other poets, musicians, and artists around the USA
and across the planet in a demonstration/ celebration to promote
serious social and political change?
“What kind of CHANGE are we talking about?”
The first order of change is for poets, writers, musicians, artists, anybody, to actually get together to create and perform, educate and demonstrate, simultaneously, with other communities around the world. This will change how we see our local community and the global community. We have all become incredibly alienated in recent years. We hardly know our neighbors down the street let alone our creative allies who live and share our concerns in other countries. We need to feel this kind of global solidarity. I think it will be empowering.
And of course there is the political/social change that many of us are talking about these days. There is trouble in the world. Wars, ecocide, the lack of affordable medical care, racism, the list goes on. We are only asking that local organize events about change within the guidelines
of peace and sustainability.
It appears that transformation towards a more sustainable world is a major concern and could be a global guiding principle for this event. Peace also seems to be a common cause. War is not sustainable. There is an increasing sense that we need to move forward and stop moving backwards. But I am trying not to be dogmatic. I am hoping that together we can develop our ideas of the “change/transformation” we are looking for as a group, and that each community group will decide their own specific area of focus for change for their particular event.