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HUMANITY RISING SHARE THE SPIRIT Butte Fire Benefit Concert Date/Time-December 19th, 2015. 1 pm to Midnight Headliner-Hard Working Americans-a recently formed ‘Super group’ consisting of Todd Snider, Dave Schools, Neal Casal, Duane Trucks, Chad Staehly and Jesse Aycock. Other bands include-MoonAlice from S.F. , Dead Winter Carpenters from the Tahoe area, Edge of West from Santa Cruz and Grateful Bluegrass Boys and Dusty Greenbones band from Mendicino. Folk Goddess Diane Patterson, Clan Dyken, Nedra and Julio, Thick Soup, Big Joe Daddy, Felicity Oceansong and Nicole Sass round out the lineup. Special guests-Wavy Gravy will be MC and Steve Goldsmith and Liquid Lights will provide a psychedelic light show. Additional information-Family friendly, 3 stages in 3 buildings, dinner and silent auction. How to help-work the event before and/or during. Donate $ , buy tickets, spread the word. The mission of this event will be to provide grants to those that have had their homes and lives destroyed by the Butte Fire. Those that are uninsured, well underinsured and haven’t or haven’t the ability to secure major funding from other agencies such as Red Cross and FEMA will be given the highest priority. We are looking for donations and volunteers to help make this event as impactful as possible. All proceeds will be distributed promptly and equitably to the most needy families and individuals promptly in order to help provide some degree of holiday comfort.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Grateful Dead, Rusted Root, Sublime, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Van Morrison
Label: Forward Productions
Manager: Mark Dyken
"One of the greatest rock and roll bands in the free world."
Brothers Mark and Bear Dyken have been playing music together since childhood. In 1987 Clan Dyken released the self-titled debut album on the Forward Productions label. The band continues to produce unique, danceable, sty...See Full Bio
"The music has a powerful, danceable, boogie pulse, a certain funkypunkyness that roams around for a chunk of reggae here, an African guitar there, Native American beats and lots of good old guitar contribute to the dynamics. Clan Dyken sings of it's truths, plays with convictions and has convincing music and messages."