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Featuring: The M Squared Project Jethro Easyfields Paul Burris & Nefuse Janet Duke & The 7 Deadly, featuring Jakis Strakis Kolo Bell Ian A. Montgomery Jeff Kelly Phila Phil Playing For Change Day Indianapolis invites you to attend the 1st Annual Playing For Change Day Indianapolis 2014 Summer Celebration concert to benefit Playing For Change Foundation children's music schools in impoverished communities throughout the world. Some of the area best musicians, all volunteer performers for Playing For Change Day 2011 through 2014, will take the stage all afternoon at the Plaza location beside the Fountain in Fountain Square. Come down to hear music all day, shop, have lunch at one of the many great restaurants. This is going to be a beautiful relaxed day of great music, good company and a chance to join the global Playing For Change Foundation family of musicians and fans. Join us for the kickoff to a summer of Playing For Change Day 2014.
Attend this historic first WFYI-1Love Playing For Change Day Indianapolis Global Webathon broadcast from the White Rabbit Cabaret in Indianapolis. Be part of these amazing 30-minute broadcasts, support musicians donating their time for Playing For Change Foundation, or enjoy the show from home, laptop, ipad, from anywhere in the world! Go to the ticket link above to see all the shows, then follow their link to StageIt for your tickets!!!
Bio: Jethro Easyfields blends elements of folk, rock, blues, country and punk into his stew...some say Americana on the edge. He began songwriting at an early age...taking his craft from Indiana to Louisiana and blending the essence of Southern Soul into the mix. Jethro is based in Indianapolis, Ind...See Full Bio
"Jethro has been consistently idiosyncratic, in his music and his life. He's toiled on New Orleans street corners, singing his songs. He is a chef. He loves blues music. He has a beloved dog named Chelsea, who earns liner note credit for howls. His music, on this album and previous records, has careened from folk rock to space rock, likely to reflect influences of both Johnny Cash and Beck."