PHOTO SLIDESHOW: elephant journal @ DNC: live at etown w/ Nick Forster, James Taylor, David Crosby & Graham Nash, Ani DiFranco, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Tom Morello.

Via on Aug 27, 2008

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elephant journal’s continuing round the clock coverage (!) rocked the DNC once again on Tuesday, as our favorite huge Eco-radio show on earth moved to Denver for the convention. Based in Boulder, Etown is hosted by elephriends Nick and Helen Forster. Their special DNC edition featured musical guests Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), Ani Difranco, David Crosby & Graham Nash, James Taylor, and…

others! The E-chievement Award was given to none other then Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., for his work in keeping America’s waters pristine. Check out his organization, RiverKeeper, which is making a huge difference across the country!

Photos: Rusty Ralston, http://rustyralston.com, for elephantjournal.com.

About Rusty Ralston

Rusty Ralston is a professional photographer specializing in music, fashion, lifestyle, and travel photography. He is available for shoots anywhere, preferably sunny islands.

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4 Responses to “PHOTO SLIDESHOW: elephant journal @ DNC: live at etown w/ Nick Forster, James Taylor, David Crosby & Graham Nash, Ani DiFranco, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Tom Morello.”

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