Sometimes they're staring down at their guitars, as if the pain of the world is too great to even face.Other times, they're gazing longingly into the distance, as if searching for some redemption in this hollow existence. These are sensitive, poetic young men, expressing their anguish through the power of music.D., that will feature Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Jason Mraz, Joel Rafael, and John Trudell’s Bad Dog.
The NPR affiliate has signed on to simulcast the benefit concert on Sunday in Fort Yates, N.
Police use of water cannons to turn the group back has sparked outrage as the temperature dropped below freezing level on Sunday night.
About 17 protesters were treated for hypothermia, according to local reports.
The power of music Music isn’t’ just something that keeps you entertained and gives you something to dance to.
There’s so much more in a song than just the lyrics or the beat.
Last year he sold 34,000 pounds of the fruit to Chipotle stores near his Oceanside home.
He grows other things on his land too — peppers and corn and leafy greens.
Music can boost your mood, help you grieve, or express your love.
It can also reach you on multiple different levels, thanks to the blend of emotions that overlap each other with the combination of beat and tempo.
If he could, he said, he'd spend most of his days there, hands in the earth.
Mraz wants to garden more, surf more, have a kid, put some of the money he's saved from selling 4.5 million albums nationwide toward a good cause.