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Sow the Seeds of Hope with Judyth Piazza & The Harvest of Hope Fest

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Judyth Piazza chats with Phil and Ed Kellerman, Harvest of Hope Fest (LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW!)

The first annual Harvest of Hope Foundation Music and Art Festival at the St. Johns County Fair Grounds in St. Augustine, Florida. This three day, multiple stage alternative music festival all to benefit and raise awareness for Harvest of Hope (www.harvestofhope.net), a non-profit organization that provides financial, educational, and service oriented aid to migrant farm workers all over the country.

The event emphasizes the focus on being family friendly as well as environmentally friendly. showcase not only a large group of musicians who are donating their time and performances to the cause but will also showcase a variety of art shows and films from progressive artists from around the country, non-profits, local businesses and progressive organizations.

Most importantly, the festival will be focused on raising funds and awareness for the Harvest of Hope Foundation.

http://www.harvestofhopefest.com/

2009 Line Up

Against Me!The NationalPropagandhi
The Mountain GoatsGZA(GENIUS)Bad Brains
Girl TalkThe Bouncing SoulsLess Than Jake
LuceroThe Gaslight Anthem
Kool Keith (Dr. Octagon vs Dr. Dooom)
ft. Kutmasta Kurt
The Night Marchers Black Kids
Tilly & the Wall Strike Anywhere
None More Black Tokyo Police Club
DeerhunterDiploValient Thorr
Smoke or FireMURSGrand Buffet
Ra Ra Riot Paint it Black Yip Yip
Summerbirds in the Cellar HEALTH
Dave Dondero Holywood HoltTim Barry
Kevin Seconds King Kahn & the Shrines
The Mae Shi Tiger City Harlem Shakes
Kiss KissThis Bike is a Pipe Bomb
Rehasher Ruby Coast John Vanderslice
Wild Sweet OrangeVince P
Underground Railroad to Candyland
Her Space HolidayHamell on Trial
Young Livers Whiskey & Co. Ninja Gun
Flatliners Grabass Charlestons
Cheap Girls Holy F*ckMonotonix
Austin Lucas Keith Murray
Division Minuscula (from Mexico!)
After the FallThe Beauvilles
Willie Green O`Pioneers Josh Small
Tim Version Ghost Mice Paul Baribeau
Bomb the Music Industry!
Fake Problems Brainworms
Static Radio NJ Landmines The Takers
Cutman Bridge & Tunnel
Fiya Averkiou SUNBEARS
Look Mexico Morningbell
Mouthbreather Weapons to Go
T13C!City Lights BloomLighthouse Music
Juicy PonyFailures UnionLaserhead
Anchor ArmsHawks & Doves
Environmental Youth Crunch
TubersLiza KateEric Ayotte
Virgins (fl) HometeamHow Dare You
MonikersNew BruisesDirty Money
AlligatorThe Ones to Blame
Assassinate the ScientistNo More
Lauris VidalLymbyc SystmMumpsy
Clock Hands StrangleBLORR
AntarcticProtagonist
Jimmy Reeves & the Wolf River
Johnathan AppleseedViernes Good Luck
Paul & GingerMario Sevayega
LosthandsfoundfingersImadethismistake
Towers of HanoiBarnaby Jones
Rachel GoodrichChristina Wagner
Reptile Theatre IncoherentBlue Lightning
Coyote ThroatOnslaught Dynamo
County RoadEmilyn Brodsky The Shaking Hands
Spoonboy R.A.F.So Pastel ButtonsWorlds
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