Farm Aid 2011 Lineup Announced
The lineup for Farm Aid 2011 has just been announced.
In addition to Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Dave Matthews, the following bands will perform at the Farm Aid 2011 Concert in Kansas City, Kansas on August 13:
- Jason Mraz,
- Jamey Johnson,
- Jakob Dylan,
- Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real,
- Will Dailey & the Rivals,
- Robert Francis,
- Pegi Young & the Survivors,
- Rebecca Pidgeon,
- Billy Joe Shaver and
- John Trudell
Photo Gallery by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
See Farm Aid 2010 - Milwaukee, WI, 10/2/10 page with Photos, Reviews, YouTube Videos, etc.
Photo Gallery by Mary Andrews | Facebook
Also, see Farm Aid Memories: 25 Years of Harvesting by Kevin "Union Man" Woodward.
A campaign for a Nobel Peace Prize for Willie Nelson's Farm Aid work has been launched!
Willie Nelson's efforts for Farm Aid deserve a nomination for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Join the campaign by liking the Willie Nelson for Nobel Peace Prize page on Facebook.
Willie Nelson has been helping family farmers for over 25 years and has raised awareness of healthy foods while raising funds for the cause.
Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp organized the first Farm Aid concert in 1985 to raise awareness about the loss of family farms and to raise funds to keep farm families on their land. Dave Matthews joined the Farm Aid Board of Directors in 2001. Farm Aid has raised more than $37 million to promote a strong and resilient family farm system of agriculture. Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to keep family farmers on their land.
John Mellencamp is campaigning to get Willie Nelson a Nobel Peace Prize. The interview took place on SIRIUS XM Willie's Place at Farm Aid 25 in Milwaukee, Wisc.
Also, please share with friends to raise awareness. Use the Share button, located at the very bottom left of Willie Nelson for Nobel Peace Prize page on Facebook! Thanks everybody for liking!
Nobel Peace Prize for Willie Nelson for Farm Aid | Facebook
ps - It has been over
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