4th Annual 3 day music and social awareness fest to raise money and collect food for Tri-State Food Bank, Inc. which serves 33 counties in the area. Bands are the best of the local and regional area from Evansville, Louisville, and more. Fire performances by Flow Motion. Vending is all local artisan and artist goods, no chains or pre-fab junk. Free workshops on sustainable living and other topics. This is a volunteer and donation driven event. Those wishing to help may contact us at email@example.com. Those wishing to donate can do so via Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. DATES ARE SET for 5/15-5/17. Confirmed as of 11.29.14 for Occustock Feed the People '15: CALABASH - Evansville IN Ryan J Rigdon and the Hirize Hillbillies - Evansville IN The MoonMen - Springfield IL Steely James. - Nashville TN Huh Robots - Louisville KY Salt The Earth - Evansville IN The Honey Vines - Evansville IN Tom Boone and The Back Porch Pickers - Louisville KY Stephen Horning - Evansville IN The Stud Buzzards - Owensboro KY Fire performances and flow workshops by Flow Motion - Evansville IN Neal Smith with Indiana NORML will be speaking. Xtreme Action Rentals is bringing the bodyzorbs back for 2 days. Saturday morning yoga on the grass will happen. PLATINUM LEVEL SPONSORS: Changed Planet PC TLC, Inc. Computer Center Vendors: Longfellow Barbecue Company Dancing Spirit Herbs and Crystals Indiana NORML Moony's Mehndi Fine Art Watercolors by Todd Derr March Against Monsanto Evansville Workshops being planned as well. Please contact us if you would like to join this event in any capacity. email@example.com.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Elephant Revival, Mumford and Sons, Regina Spektor, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, The Devil Makes Three
Manager: Rachael Yanni
Bio: Contact the band for booking inquiries at TRAVELNGBROKEANDOUTOFGAS@GMAIL.COM
Led by the sultry vocals of Rachael Yanni and cerebral songwriting of Cody Hall, Traveling Broke and Out of Gas gives their audience a meaningful and sometimes surreal experience that reportedly leaves the listener ins...See Full Bio
“Till The Days Return is an ambitious 14 song record. Originally conceived in two parts; a traditional string band/bluegrass set of songs and a more honky-tonk (with the occasional psychedelic texture) set of rock songs to be exact, Till The Days Return is presented as a story of traveling (metaphysically?) lovers...go figure. The record is a nice blend of styles for sure. Rachel Yanni’s voice has grown considerably since their last record and Cody’s acoustic driven songwriting seems to expand at an exponential rate....Stand out tracks include the reggae-esque driven King Ludd (and it’s rather unexpected Carl Sagan soundtrack style psychedelic drone out turned Ken Kesey speed rap) which really sets up the albums brightest moments, catching stride, as they segue into the super groovy The Thirst, the aforementioned Tom Waits atmosphere of Cheap Thrills, and beautifully minimalistic Gm Waltz.”
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Q: listened from slicethepie review. dug the music and enjoyed the song. right on. keep on.
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