Do animals like music? Maybe, maybe not, depending on how much it is tailored to the particular species of animal in question.
Musicians & music festivals are going green by reducing plastic waste at concerts and venues, riding in biodiesel tour buses and eating locally…
Protecting Country Music’s Home A group of country stars like Emmylou Harris and not-quite-country stars like Dave Matthews join forces to prevent more mountaintop removal mining
A group of country stars like Emmylou Harris and not-quite-country stars like Dave Matthews join forces to prevent more mountaintop removal mining.
Lilith Fair is back, and more eco-conscious than ever.
An interview with Kevin Wall, CEO of Live Earth, the eco-consciousness-raising concert that’s joining forces with Dow for the worldwide Dow Live Earth Run for Water on April 18.
Many of this summer’s music festivals — including Mountain Jam, Bonnaroo, and High Sierra — are providing good grooves without the hefty carbon footprint.
Indie band The Bowerbirds get back to the land.
New York-based Green Owl Records and other music labels and studios are raising money for green causes, using recycled materials and creating zero-impact CDs.
Australian politician Peter Garrett, the bald-headed singer from Down Under rock band Midnight Oil, is looking to morph a highly successful music career to a position as the country’s next environment minister.
After being unable to find an acceptable CD replication service to mass produce his music, Craig Minowa founded Earthology Records in 1997. From the start, Minowa knew that he would build his company with the core value of living lightly on the Earth. The record company boasts a wind-powered recording studio that is also geothermally heated, built with recycled materials and set within an organic farm.