John Trudell and Bad Dog
For Immediate Release
John Trudell to headline Hemp History Week Concerts
Educating and entertaining the public with straight talk and spoken word, John Trudell, Native American activist, musician, actor, poet and philosopher, is headlining two dynamic Hemp History Week concerts in the San Francisco Bay area with his razor edge band, Bad Dog.
Trudell and Bad Dog will perform June 8th at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, CA and June 9th at the Sunflower Center in Petaluma, CA as part of Hemp History Week. Both shows begin at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $20 and available at the door or online in advance at Eventbrite.com
Anna Owen, Hemp History Week coordinator, will speak at both events. Hemp History Week is a national education campaign sponsored by the Hemp Industries Association and Vote Hemp.
Trudell is the co-founder of Hempstead Project Heart with Willie Nelson, a project of Earth Island Institute. Hempstead Project Heart is dedicated to raising awareness about the environmental, social, and economic benefits of legalizing industrial hemp in America.
For More Information or to schedule an interview:
Linda Delair or Lea Walters, Hempstead Project Heart West