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Chuck Ragan (Official) of Hot Water Music is playing Mexicali Live in Teaneck, NJ on December, 7 and I'm opening the show for him! I have hard tickets and can get them to you at a discount. If you're interested in coming, shoot me a message. If you want to buy online, check the link below.
QDoc Film Festival - Kumu Hina - with special guests - Directors Dean Hamer & Joe Wilson QDoc Film FestivalKumu Hinawith special guestsDirectors Dean Hamer & Joe WilsonKennedy School Theater | Sunday, May 18, 2014 Tickets on sale now!About QDoc Film FestivalQDoc is the only festival in the United States, and only the second in the world, devoted exclusively to Queer Documentaries. More than a screening series it is a fun, inspiring, and community-building event. Filmmaker attendance is a big part of the mix, with guests joining us from around the world to discuss their work. The Clinton Street neighborhood, with its numerous cafes and restaurants, becomes a mini queer district during the long weekend, enhancing the social aspects of the festival.Founded in 2007, the Festival has been presented each year in cooperation with the Portland Q Center, whose mission is to increase the visibility of, and foster connection within, metropolitan Portland LGBTQ community. Website:http://queerdocfest.org/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/QDocFestAbout Kumu HinaAt a time when gender-nonconforming people are marginalized and mistreated the world over, Kumu Hina presents an intimate portrait of a proud and confident mahu (transgender) teacher who is passing on ancient Hawaiian culture and traditions to her students as she searches for love and a fulfilling romantic relationship in her own life.Over the course of a momentous year, Hina inspires a tomboyish young girl to claim her place as leader of a boys hula troupe, culminating in a rousing year-end performance at their inner-city public charter school. Hina also takes a chance at happiness when she marries an unpredictable young man from Tonga who finds it difficult to adjust to life in modern Honolulu.As the trials and tribulations of Hina's journey unfold, her Hawaiian roots and values give her the strength and wisdom to persevere, offering viewers a rare glimpse of island life that tourists rarely see and an understanding of the true meaning of aloha unconditional love and respect for all.Directors: Dean Hamer and Joe WilsonUSA201474 minutesCommunity Partners:API PridePortland ParentsFamilies & Friends of Lesbians and GaysTransActive Gender CenterQDoc:http://www.queerdocfest.org/film/kumu-hina/Tumblr:http://kumuhina.tumblr.com/video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDaAoYZUlUAMap & Directions
Sounds Like: THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM, Bruce Springsteen, Gin Blossoms, Foo Fighters, Hot Water Music
Bio: Joe Wilson “To Build or Burn”
Fans of Wilson's music through the years have always held a strong focus on the subject matter of his songs about new relationships, love gone wrong, and the joy & meanness in the world. The songs on Wilson’s first effort with a backing band, "To Build or Burn" - s...See Full Bio
Come out to Holdfast Records in Asbury Park, NJ this Saturday March 12 for a special acoustic set!
“Then, one day I came home from college for a weekend and caught a show where this guy Joe, from the band, was performing songs reminiscent of early Dashboard Confessional, as Feeling Left Out. I really dug his sound and picked up the 4 song EP, reviewing it for zine I was writing for at the time and eventually using a track or two on some mixtapes for lady friends. Fast forward at least a decade from my first interaction with Joe Wilson’s musical output and I find myself listening to something altogether different… layered yet simple, mature yet playful, and well… really good. On his new release, To Build or Burn is new territory for Joe Wilson. Admittedly, I’d lost track with Joe a bit in the in-between, but having spent a bit of time catching up, this is by far his most grown up album to date.”