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HeadCount & Patagonia Music Interview Series: Guster & moe.

Kasey  /  Oct 10, 2011  /  2 Min Read  /  Activism

It’s a double-shot of music this Monday to get your week started. Today, we have two new videos from the Patagonia Music Collective and our partners at HeadCount. First up, Adam Gardner and Luke Reynolds from Guster talk about their benefit track “Satellite” and the special concert where it was recorded. “Satellite” is a Patagonia Music exclusive and the proceeds benefit Reverb’s work to help make concert tours, and concert goers, more environmentally conscious.

Next up, our friends from moe. – with whom we share a big passion – introduce and play their benefit track “One Life” at the special All Good Music Festival acoustic set that was made possible by Patagonia Music supporters like you. “One Life” is a Patagonia Music exclusive and the proceeds benefit the Rainforest Action Network’s critical work.

Hopefully you ran into HeadCount out on the festival circuit this summer. Their work will really start to heat up next year as they help register voters for the 2012 elections. Visit the HeadCount blog for great stories from the road and their passionate volunteer crew. For more interviews from HeadCount and the Patagonia Music Collective, check out our previous posts with Blitzen Trapper’s Eric Earley, and G. Love and Samantha Stollenwerck.

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