Bernal Neighbor Launches “30 Days, 30 Songs” Voter Registration Music Project

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Bernal Heights neighbor and celebrity music impresario Jordan Kurland has joined forces with author Dave Eggers to create a voter-registration project that seeks to ensure Donald Trump does not become the next President of the United States.

Neighbor Jordan tells Bernalwood:

I wanted to let you all know about a project that we launched. It is an independent campaign website called 30 Days, 30 Songs and it was conceived by myself and author Dave Eggers. It features a collection of amazing artists who contributed amazing songs that champion a diverse, inclusive, and prosperous America. In other words, everything Donald Trump opposes.

We started with a brand new Death Cab for Cutie song, titled “Million Dollar Loan,” and will be posting a song per day up through Election Day. It features original compositions, live versions, and remixes. I can’t divulge every act that we’ve confirmed but the first week will also feature Aimee Mann, REM, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Thao Nguyen and Josh Ritter.

The songs will be released on the 30 Days, 30 Songs website and as a playlist on Spotify and Apple Music. Any proceeds generated will be donated to The Center for Popular Democracy and their efforts towards Universal Voter Registration.

The music is fab, and the cause is righteous. Today’s song, for example, is the world premiere of Franz Ferdinand’s “Demagogue,” featuring original artwork from Shepard Fairey (shown above).

Check it out, tell your friends about it on the Facebook, and big ups to Neighbor Jordan and Dave Eggers for making this happen!

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3 thoughts on “Bernal Neighbor Launches “30 Days, 30 Songs” Voter Registration Music Project

  1. Great to hear that everyone in Bernal must have the same unifying opinions about this. So important to think the same.

  2. wow, so good. thanks for the heads up. just listening to them all now. love this quote from Thao (and not just because she filmed her music video on bernal hill, that one time) : “I believe it is important to have an outlet for panic and irate disbelief.” me too.

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