Monday, February 06, 2006

Bolivia is not for sale: rebel country music in Sarf London



This popped into my inbox last week - looks great:

"Bolivia is Not for Sale" benefit, Saturday 11 February, 8pm - 5am, Red Star, 319 Camberwell Road. Entry £5 before 11pm, £7 after.

This fabulous February fiesta in deepest Camberwell runs from 8pm and features twisted Country from ever-popular south London Outlaw Larry Love (Alabama 3) and friends, the glamorous surf-fuelled Voodoobilly from the fabulous Naked Ruby, kicking bluegrass, gospel-country harmonies and Cajun twin-fiddling from The Rosinators, social surrealist punk poet Attila the Stockbroker, a rare chance to experience Bolivian music, dance, food, & activist videos, plus Latin sounds and DJ's Tattoo John and Mickey Vespre till 5am.

All proceeds are being donated to sponsoring a delegation to Bolivia to meet, witness and spread the word and support the Bolivian people's inspirational struggle against privatisation and the progress of the unstoppable Social Movements.

More information from the Bolivian Solidarity Campaign.

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