Emily Yates and Eleanor Goldfield present an evening of political folk’n’words in observance of the 17th anniversary of SHOCK AND AWE, the blatantly illegal bombing that began the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
March 19 – Mercury Cafe – Denver
7 PM – $10 adv, $12 @ door
Thank you to host Jamie DeWolf and the amazing beautiful humans of Tourettes Without Regrets for singing along so enthusiastically to my new song “If You Want A Revolution” and, as always, for the loudest “Try Not To Be A Dick” of the year!
Video courtesy of Kenny Hoff
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I was lucky to have an experienced taper in my entourage for my Arizona mini-tour, so thanks to Chris San Clemente, you can listen to my shows even if you weren’t able to be there. Check ’em out:
May 1 – Flagstaff, Historic Brewing Co (set 1, set 2, encore)
May 2 – Phoenix, Fiddler’s Dream Coffeehouse (full set)
May 3 – Phoenix, Cactus Jack’s (set 1, set 2)
Did you want a song about our favorite monthly visitor? Well, now you’ve got one anyway.
While I was in town on tour, N.A. Poe and his fine friends at Scrapple TV invited me to help them cover the Philly Naked Bike Ride. I slightly altered my song “Naked Camping” for the occasion. Check it out here! (About as NSFW as it gets.)
“Talkin’ National Park Service (Beat My Ass Black &) Blues” live at the Feminist General Assembly, Occupy National Gathering in Sacramento on 8/1 – thanks to punkboyinsf for the video!