MUSE brings you the best of music inspired by the Earth through Earthday.fm.
Available 24 X 7, Earthday.fm is a free online radio station that offers earth-music, both classics and new works, across a wide spectrum of genres. The radio playlist includes many musicians featured on MUSE CDs.
For station updates, sign up for Earth Song eNews . See our massive Green Music Library for the many voices singing and working to preserve our environment.
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On August 20, 2011, over 400 people and 15 musicians joined us in Big Sky, Montana for the first “Forever Wild” concert celebrating the life of Walkin’ Jim Stoltz.
Walkin’ Jim, who hiked more than 28,000 miles of rugged North American wilderness, was an explorerer, musician, photographer and writer who lived his “Forever Wild” vision to protect the Wild places of the planet.
This master troubadour and friend, died in late 2010 after fighting a heroic battle with cancer. See the Walkin’ Jim site for more.
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Make a tax-deductible donation in Walkin’ Jim’s honor to make his “Forever Wild” vision a reality.
One Mission. We are MUSE – Musicians United to Sustain the Environment – a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to using the power of music to promote environmental awareness and protect our shared natural heritage of wild lands, wild water and wildlife.
One Voice. We are a band of professional touring musicians, over 40 strong. We draw our inspiration from the land, and this inspiration compells us to give back to protect it. We have combined our separate voices into one clarion call for environmental action.
One Passion. Proceeds from MUSE recordings and concerts as well as donations to MUSE are given out as grants to effective conservation organizations and also as environmental scholarships.
One Community. The MUSE community is rapidly expanding with supporters and donors from across the continent. Join us by volunteering your time, your talents and your resources.
Explore our site. Learn of our musicians, concerts and our projects. Purchase music or T-shirts. Seek MUSE funding for your environmental effort. Follow our Music Makes a Difference blog and Quotes of Note.
“Perhaps it is music that will save the world.”
– Pablo Casals
SalmonStock 2011. Help protect the world’s largest salmon run from gold strip mining. August 5-6, 2011. 2 days of fish, fun and music at Ninilichik State Fair Grounds, in Ninilchik, Alaska. Check out the website or contact Anders Gustafon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Two MUSE musicians will perform at the concert.
Passenger Pigeon Project . The passenger pigeon once roamed eastern Canada and the United States by the billions but was driven to extinction in a matter of decades. 2014 will mark the centenary of that event. Over fifty institutions have come together to form Project Passenger Pigeon to teach people about this remarkable species and to raise awareness and inspiration to create sustainable relationships with other species. See their brochure and stay tuned for more!
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