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Caitlin Cary: NC Music Love Army #1339

Caitlin Cary and Jon Lindsay formed the NC Music Love Army after a long phone conversation inspired by a song quickly written and posted on YouTube by their mutual friend, Django Haskins of The Old Ceremony.  What had started in their state of North Carolina as weekly summertime protests against restrictive state legislation regarding voting rights, gay marriage rights, and women’s health rights, dubbed “Moral Mondays,” made strange bedfellows of disparate causes within a state known for its more progressive outlook than much of the South.  The groups saw their political landscape changing, and took to the streets with their only weapon — songs.  Protest music certainly is not new in America, the South, or even North Carolina, but it’s been over forty years since so many groups came out publicly to share their discontent.  What was borne of passion for these musicians, has become the NC Music Love Army — a movement, an album, and a live show (on Saturday, 30 November 2013 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC — TIX HERE).

Liner Notes
NC Music Love Army album pre-order is on iTunes We Are Not for Sale: Songs of Protest from the NC Music Love Army – Various Artists. Album available 26 November 2013. Release party extravaganza at Cat’s Cradle on 30 November 2013. Definitely get the full version with the liner notes, which include all the lyrics and gorgeous cover art.

Enjoy this download from the album:

Essential to the We Are Not For Sale:  Songs Of Protest album are fellow NC Music Love Army members:
Chris Stamey
Slaid Baird
Mary Johnson Rockers
Skylar Gudasz
Andrea Connolly
Jesse Huebner
Scott Phillips
Clay Merritt
Jon Shain
Michael Rank
Caroline Mamoulides
Jason Kutchma
Sarah Bell
Skillet Gilmore
BJ Barham/American Aquarium
Kevin McClain
Mark Connor
Whit Wright
Kaitlin Grady
John Teer
Stu McClamb
Doug MacMillan
Greg Humphries
Roger Gupton
Eddie Walker
Jason Merritt
Jerry Key
and others still joining their cause.

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