An Evening of Dinner, Music & Desserts…

Ashland Independent Media Week and KSKQ Community Radio Present: An Evening of Dinner, Music & Desserts…

To celebrate Independent Media Week, KSKQ is proud to host an evening of dinner and music with American singer/songwriters and political activists, David Rovics and Patrick Dodd.

The event will be held on Friday, April 20 at the Bellview Grange, dinner and live music will begin at 6:30 pm.  Patrick Dodd and David Rovics will begin at  8 pm.

David Rovics has been called the musical voice of the progressive movement in the US. Amy Goodman has called him “the musical version of Democracy Now!” Since the mid-90’s Rovics has spent most of his time on the road, playing hundreds of shows every year throughout North America, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. His MP3’s are available for free download on his website,,

Patrick does not shy away from politics or controversial topics. His style is eclectic–folk/ballads to rock. Performances include solo, duo, and full folk/rock band Small Revolutions. What you will find in common from one track to another is that Patrick writes “social justice” music. From the living room to the front lines of the resistance, Patrick’s music is intended to educate, motivate, and empower the masses to stand up and resist injustices such as poverty, war, racism, sexism, and environmental destruction.

KSKQ is looking forward to bringing locally produced community radio and independent news services to the Rogue Valley. Become a member and support community owned and operated radio.

An Independent Media Week 2007 Event and KSKQ Fundraiser Sponsored by: KSKQ Community, SOU Media Collective, Rogue IMC, Southern Oregon Jobs With Justice, SOU Students for Truth, Red Earth Descendants, Citizens for Peace and Justice, Rogue Valley Television, & OPEU District Four Productions.

For Independent Media Week schedule of films and Activities April 15-21, visit

Thai Vegan Dinner
(Dinner and Gourmet a la carte desserts by Amber Dodd)
with Live Music from Montana Soul 6:30 pm

Show only: Tickets – In Advance: $10/$8 students,
$12/$10 students at the door

Dinner tickets: $10/$8 Students | Buy them early!
Tickets on sale at The Northwest Nature Shop 154 Oak St., Ashland, and Music Coop, 181 A St., Ashland
For tickets/info call 541-324-8727

EVENT CONTACT: Sean Gordon PHONE: 482-3999
EMAIL: (cell) 261-6053


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