As mentioned yesterday, Michael will be performing in tonight’s Rock The Runoff Virtual Concert which live streams at 9pm ET. We just learned this afternoon that Michael will be performing his latest single, “No Time For Love Like Now.” “I’m so proud of Georgia in the recent election,” Michael said, “and I’m honored to work … Continued
This Friday, 12-4, Death Cab For Cutie will release THE GEORGIA E.P., a brand-new collection of five covers of songs by some of their favorite artists “from the great state of Georgia.” The E.P. will be available on Bandcamp for 24 hours only starting at 12:01am PT. 100% of net proceeds will be donated to … Continued
As you know, I’ve spent many years working with the Palapa Society, an organization dedicated to the furthering of educational opportunities in Todos Santos, Baja California. Until December 4th, Microsoft will match every donation made. As we all know, this has been a tough year, and this financial help is essential. Anything helps! Please pitch … Continued
Michael is among the amazing group of artists in the lineup for Fair Fight Action’s Rock The Runoff virtual concert this Thursday, December 3rd at 9pm.
Mike stopped by REMHQ earlier this week to film a couple of PSAs for get out the vote initiatives and literacy campaigns. Here he is sporting Jason Thrasher’s GEORGIA BLUE hat, now available in a trucker edition and t-shirt. All profits go to @staceyabrams’ organization @fairfightaction. Purchase some Georgia Blue merchandise and support a great cause … Continued
On a cold December night in 1980, photographer Terry Allen walked into the UGA Art Department with camera in hand and clicked off a few shots of a very young local band named R.E.M. That photo would eventually become one of the band’s most recognized and iconic images.
Michael and Patti Smith have signed a lovely scarf for #loosenupauction supporting Cahonas Scotland and Testicular Cancer Education and Awareness.
“On the Record” tells the story of the brilliant music executive Drew Dixon (who we have known and admired for decades) who makes the brave choice to speak out about sexual assault within her industry
This show is honoring our great friend and a founder of anthology film archives, Jonas Mekas. When John and Yoko moved to NYC, Jonas is the person they called from the airport to ask where they could get a good espresso. He lived a lot of life —Michael
Our annual Holiday Merchandise Sale starts today. Get 20% off on all items in the store (excluding media and puzzles): Throwbacks, Originals, and Accessories
This past week, the Coda Campaign posted some short PSA-style videos with the music of “artists dedicated to fading out the careers of dishonest politicians.”
Listen as Michael reads “We Are the People” by Lou Reed from his posthumous work “Do Angels Need Haircuts?” Let this exceptional piece inspire you to vote today.
“From a very young age I responded strongly to injustice of any kind. Our system of government is imperfect, but it does strive, at its best, to be fair and equitable to all, and to uphold the ideals of democracy. I despise feeling “taken,” swindled, jilted, punked, or pranked. When policy leaders, parties, or lobbyists … Continued
“Hi from Michael!! I’m excited to work alongside Plan Your Vote, a 2020 artist initiative to promote and empower citizens to exercise their right to vote.” PLAN YOUR VOTE brings together members of the creative community to offer all the voting resources needed to exercise your rights. Now, more than ever, it’s urgent to PLAN YOUR … Continued
Bruce Springsteen’s￼ song “Philadelphia” repurposed in this film by Don Winslow. Michael’s reaction: “As Stacey Abrams says, November 3rd is last call—vote as soon as you possibly can to secure our voices in this important moment—what will we make of America?? Lets find out!” Please spread far and wide!