Benefit for Labeling GMOs with The Refusers

The Refusers

The Refusers are a high-energy rock band who perform rousing protest songs tinged with humor, satire and biting lyrics. Their music is powered by growling guitar, pounding drums, slapping bass and catchy hooks that blend elements of rock, funk and reggae into a sound that is hard-driving, accessible, informative, and addictive.

“This ain’t no corporate weasel-rock” says the Refusers' guitarist and lead singer Michael Belkin, Refusers’ music is about something - issues that affect you.

The Refusers' album, “First Do No Harm”, directly challenges the medical system status quo by denouncing the drug adverse reactions and medical errors that have become the third largest cause of death in the United States. In a barbed lyric from the band's recent single “Do You Want A Flu Shot”, Belkin answers emphatically “N.O.” and warns of “Big harm from Big Pharma.”

The Refusers are rocking the natural health movement by raising consumer awareness about the industry-sponsored chemical assault on our bodies, and are inspiring fans to seize control back from the autopilot thought control system promoted by the mainstream media's puppet masters.

In their song “Robot Factory” the band proclaims: “I found out later it was only routine, that’s how they make a human machine - those at the bottom who are way way down, get made into sprockets that go round and round.”

Don’t be a sprocket - rock it with The Refusers!

Midori & Ezra Boy

Midori & Ezra Boy- A 70’s influenced rock group from Santa Rosa Cali., wielding their instruments of rock n’ roll on their Summer Love Tour. With the Mighty Griswald (their tried and true RV) in tow, the sultry Midori and high energy Ezra’s have influences from the Beatles, Janis Joplin, to Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Bad Company.

Garage Heroes

Formed in 2009, Garage Heroes is the result of a series of informal jam sessions between friends: Paul Ingram - Guitar/Vocals, Scott Snyder - Drums, William Herod - Lead Guitar, and Eric Peterson - Bass. Blending inspiration from their Seattle roots, with a deep appreciation for blues and hard rock from the 1970's, Garage Heroes provides a full experience vibe—delivering fresh original rock (with a few unexpected covers)—show after show.

$10.00 - $12.00


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