MOTORCITYBLOG has a pair of freebies passes - firstname.lastname@example.org
We will also have a booth at this event to help support the cause....come on by the booth and let us know what you think about EarthDay or whatever is on your mind as we will be capturing Video Introductions - so if you are an artist or musician or just want to say hello come on by!
1st Annual EarthFest @ The Crofoot
Saturday April 19th 2008
1 S Saginaw
Downtown Pontiac MI
A Detroit area Festival that has something for everyone.
Saturday April 19th (Doors at 5PM) at the Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac Michigan.
Artists will be displaying their works.
Vendors will be selling interesting crafts.
Non-profit organizations will have booths educating people about their causes.
People will be getting down to the sweet sounds of a bunch of great talented musicians.
We have personally put a word in with the Great Spirit to let the sun shine, so we can open up the awesome patio.
Food and Drink will be plenty.
It will be the event you talk about for years to come
Best of all I will only cost you $5
"Of Course the one and only John Sinclair performing with Glowb!
Muruga will help turn this Earth Day festival into something spectacular.
Born Steven Bookvich in Detroit, while playing Woodstock he met Swami Satchidananda who gave him the name Muruga.
He has played and recorded with George Clinton and shared the stage with too many to mention. It was in the early 90’s that Muruga urged Merl Saunders to record "Blues from the Rain Forest." Jerry Garcia came in and played on that Grammy nominated album.
Muruga recorded on the Merl Saunders & The Rainforest Band’s live CD "Save the Planet So We’ll Have Some Place to Boogy".
The Macpodz are an electrified jazz quintet from Ann Arbor, Michigan in the tradition of Miles Davis and Frank Zappa. These guys are on there way to greatness playing festivals across the country, including Wakarusa this year. Here’s your chance to say, "I saw them cats in 2008 at the first annual Earth Fest at the Crofoot".
Some artists defy classification. Detroit’s revolutionary soul man, Nadir, rebels against it. "When you get right down to it," Nadir explains, "I’m all about telling stories, singing songs and making music that moves people - spiritually, emotionally, physically, politically,whatever. Don’t just sit there! Do something!" Not only will he blow your mind with his music, Nadir has somethingto say. Check out his blog!
"Rebel Rootsgrass & Reggae Swashbucklin folk blues"
Mutual Kumquat "Good Times Revolution Music"
Ann Arbor Dub Project Reggae Mon! They currently are spending the winter in a wood stove heated tree house.
Joey Spina A soulful voice and complimented by fluid, fresh, hypnotic and raw guitar
Howard Glazer "High Energy Rockin’ Blues from the Motor City"