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Sun, Aug 21


Chateau Luxe Event Venue

Songs for Jevin Hodge

You will have an opportunity to hear directly from a candidate who listens to voters. Performances from Crys Matthews & Pete Kronowit

Songs for Jevin Hodge
Songs for Jevin Hodge

Time & Location

Aug 21, 2022, 5:30 PM

Chateau Luxe Event Venue, 1175 E Lone Cactus Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85024, USA

About the event

This will be a FREE event! No tickets are necessary.

Have a friend who complains? Here’s a chance to keep them sane!

We will listen to some music, hear from Jevin, then discuss ways to help.

You will have an opportunity to hear directly from a candidate who listens to voters.

Performances from Crys Matthews & Pete Kronowitt.

We'll have special guests at the event to help you get involved. But you don't need to wait. If you have time, volunteer. If you don't have time, donate to campaigns.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This event will be indoors. To attend this event we ask for you to be vaccinated, if possible, and to wear a mask when not eating/drinking. If you’re someone who lives with a person who is ineligible for vaccination or who is immunocompromised, consider skipping the event.

Crys Matthews is being hailed as “the next Woody Guthrie,” is among the brightest stars of the new generation of social justice music-makers. A powerful lyricist whose songs of compassionate dissent reflect her lived experience as what she lightheartedly calls "the poster-child for intersectionality." With the release of her new, hope-fueled, love-filled social justice album Changemakers, she tackles some heavy topics like immigration, the opioid crisis, Black Lives Matter, and gun safety. Matthews cemented her acclaim as the 2017 Grand Prize Winner of the New Song Music Competition at Lincoln Center and recently received the 2021 Folk Alliance International’s Song of the Year Award for “Changemakers”. Matthews also won the People’s Music Network’s Social Justice Songs contest at the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance and won the 2022 Folk Alliance International song of the year.

Pete Kronowitt If Steve Earle and Elvis Costello got pissed enough to write political tunes, they would sound like Pete Kronowitt songs. With 5 albums, Pete combines performing and activism. Pete’s new album, Do Something Now, was released in September 2020. "Do Something Now … minces no words in telling listeners to "get off your ass," is downright bouncy with a catchy earworm chorus.” -antiMusic, October 2020

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