Announced today, Stream for a Cause, presented by High Plains Bank and the Left Hand Brewing Foundation (LHBF), is a live streaming concert series premiering on Friday, March 20 at 7:00PM MST on the Left Hand Brewing Company Facebook page to raise funds for the newly created Hospitality Fund at the LHBF, a 501c3 nonprofit.
The Proxy is a collaboration between members of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (Alex Ebert, Nico Aglietti) and Elephant Revival (Bonnie Paine, Bridget Law, Dango Rose, Darren Garvey) to support Proxy.Vote--A new, more democratic way to express the will of the people, powered by social and legislative technology that enables voters to organize and tell their elected representatives how to vote in real-time.
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This review is going to read more like a sci-fi story. Do not adjust your grammatical eyes or correct the run-on sentences. You are entering my Shoe Fest Vision. For only 72 hours, gates opened at 10 am on Friday and closed down at 10 am on Monday Labor Day. Once crossed into Shoe Fest 2018 at Camp Shaw-waw-nas-see (affectionately known as Camp Shaw) in Manteno IL, you were greeted with unexpected twists and left with a good moral learned. A fest like this is filled with instant karma.
In anticipation of the April 1 release of Elephant Revival’s new album, Petals, Grateful Web chatted with Bonnie Paine to learn more about the production of the album, the band’s future and Bonnie’s dreams for her own future.
Beautiful and inspiring as ever, Petals is an album you won’t want to miss. And maybe with this interview you can listen to it more deeply and with a better understanding of how it all came together.
Many thoughts come to mind when one hears the phrase ‘Elephant Revival.’ For some, it’s a completely abstract concept. For others, the name rings true – although the many truths Elephant Revival listeners happen upon through their music are many, there’s a connection we all feel written within each song Elephant Revival brings to the stage.
We are looking forward to the 11th Annual Pickin’ on the Poudre, at the historic Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO on Saturday May 16th! Special guests Bonnie Paine and Daniel Rodriguez (of Elephant Revival) and Friends -and- Caribou Mountain Collective will also join us! Mishawaka Pre-Sales will begin on April 1st. Public on-sale will begin on April 3rd.
Tickets and complete information can be found here: http://bit.ly/H4THPOTP15
And I don’t even mind. Elephant Revival’s Bonnie Paine is nothing short of magic. Greek mythology tells of dangerous and beautiful creatures called Sirens who would lure nearby sailors with their enchanting music, only to have them shipwreck tragically on the shores of their islands. A Siren is a symbol of the dangerous yet sacred temptation embodied by beautiful women and song, and if you’ve ever heard Bonnie sing, you would be convinced she is, in fact, one of them.