I'm the new president of Hancock Shaker Village, an authentic 750-acre former Shaker village that is now a museum, with 20 historic buildings = some dating to 1791 - including a round barn that is drop dead gorgeous - perfect for music unplugged.
I was one of the founders of MASS MoCA and want to create at Hancock Shaker Village an enlightened interesting program that maintains the values of the Shakers - land renewal, sustainable practices, gender equality, environmentalism, progressive technological innovation - and enhances the experience of being in this extraordinary place. There are, for ex, organic gardens here, and I've just hired a farm to table chef for our cafe, so that when you eat here you are eating food that was grown about 50 yards away.
I love your music, and would love to bring you to the Village this summer, and I also am very interested in your Slow Music movement. Is there someone at Rising Appalachia I might talk to?
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i really love your music , thing is i'm from a far country in the north of africa called tunisia , and your music is something we really need here for the meaning and positive vibes you have . i know what i'm asking for is not gonna come true, but i'd like you to come and have a concert here in tuinisia .
otherwise keep it real
and fuck racism
You all are amazing! I love your music! We are a small non-profit called the Waysmeet Center that does lots of things in the progressive realm, and we are always scrambling to fund our programs and projects, including our Cornucopia Food Pantry committed to food justice and sustainable food systems. Would you all consider doing a befit concert for us in the seacoast area of NH? We are glad to give you any more info you would like. Thank you for listening! And for all that you do for the good of our earth and her beings!Rising Appalachia responded on 02/28/2017