Rebel Jam: Moseley, Law Hollingsworth, Sipe, Droll


Not-for-profit Conscious Alliance - feeding America's hungry through music - ramps up this year's holiday giving with the announcement of their 5th annual "Holiday Meal Drive." With the support of musicians and their fans, and this year in partnership with Whole Foods Market, the organization will deliver full holiday meals to impoverished Native American Reservations for the fifth year in a row. The organization also hosts the Rebel Alliance Jam XIV - a holiday benefit show at Boulder, Colorado's Fox Theatre on November 29 featuring Keith Moseley, Scott Law, Jeff Sipe, Gibb Droll, and special guest Kyle Hollingsworth. Tickets are $18, Doors are at 8:30 p.m. / Show at 9:00 p.m., All Ages. For tickets and information visit

Conscious Alliance launches their holiday campaign on the heels of October's hugely successful "Back to School Snack Tour." The project brought much needed healthy snacks and school supplies to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Hot Buttered Rum joined the organization for the trip, and offered very special musical performances at local schools on the reservation.

Conscious Alliance's 5th annual "Holiday Meal Drive," in partnership with Whole Foods Market, hopes to deliver 2,500 full holiday meals to four impoverished Native American Reservations: Pine Ridge, SD; Lame Deer, MT; Houma, LA; and Tohajiilee, NM. This requires that the drive collect $25,000 in donations; last year the organization collected $16,000. As in previous years, the organization is reaching out to their alliance of music industry artists and their fans for support. Participating artists include The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Umphrey's McGee, the Disco Biscuits, Yonder Mountain String Band, and many others. Individuals who want to donate to the 5th annual "Holiday Meal Drive" are encouraged to visit to pledge.

For 2009, Conscious Alliance continues to find ways for artists and their fans to participate in the organization's service projects, including offering students opportunities to start a Conscious Alliance Student Group at their college.

[Published on: 11/19/08]

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PooDolla Wed 11/19/2008 04:04PM
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Looks like a cool event. Concious Alliance does good work.

colonel forbinn Wed 11/19/2008 04:13PM
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21+ is weak. Find I'm 18, I won't drink or try to at the venue

I just want to see the show.

(bury me if you wish)

senorfatz starstarstarstar Wed 11/19/2008 04:30PM
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no way is anyone gonna bury you there colonel. lord knows we all went through that shit from time to time, and i for one absolutely feel that you should either get a fake id, or just sneak in through the back. enjoy the show

funkypunk01 starstarstarstarstar Wed 11/19/2008 04:58PM
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this is a little confusing, because i got a email update from the string cheese newsletter that said it was an all ages show. you might wanna call the fox and see what they say.

r0llingst0ned starstarstarstarstar Thu 11/20/2008 09:11AM
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That Rebel Jam lineup looks sick! Man you Coloradoans got some great music over there! Guess I shouldn't complain, though, Chicago's a pretty solid scene too. Thank God for Cornmeal!

GoldenBoy Thu 11/20/2008 09:13AM
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I'm pretty sure this show is all ages

Marcsmall Thu 11/20/2008 10:26AM
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Should be fun....I actually love the fact that it's 21+.....I have been at many 16+ shows at the Fox and it just sucks.....Lots of retarded amateurs, and they put a huge partition in the middle of the place to separate the under/over sections, you cannot even bring a drink into the bathroom because they are afraid you will give it to a minor...I do feel for the younger kids, because everyone deserves to see music....But the Fox has no clue how to organize this.

philhitz Thu 11/20/2008 10:59AM
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if you can be called to war - you should in the least be able to get into a show -- & have a frikin' beer -- that being said i can understand keeping those under 18 out for the reasons posted by ms1 (see above) -- & i'm an old man long past 21 -- although i'd really like to return :)

GoldenBoy Thu 11/20/2008 11:14PM
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oh they changed it to all ages in the article...Nice!