Iconic environmental singer Dana Lyons teams up with notorious labor rabble-rouser Anne Feeney to launch their “Teamsters and Turtles: Together at Last!” tour, starting with a performance at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, at the Roeder Home, 2600 Sunset Drive, in Bellingham, the hometown of Lyons.
They hope, through with song and story, to dispel the myth that unions are at odds with environmentalists.
Pittsburgh-based agitator Anne Feeney performs music that she says is designed to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” Not many women have chosen to walk the path of Woody Guthrie, but Feeney has made a career of it the past 35 years.
Eco-troubadour Dana Lyons is the singer and songwriter best known for his outrageous hit comedy songs “Cows With Guns,” “RV,” and “Ride The Lawn.”
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