The Border Songs CD is a compilation of spoken word and music addressing the catastrophic effects of US border policy. The CD was officially released October 12, 2012. We hope to raise nearly $100,000 for No More Deaths / No Más Muertes.
The Border Songs CD is available online at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bordersongs
. Twenty dollars from each sale goes directly to No More Deaths/No Más Muertes.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Thursday, July 25, 2013
On Friday Oct 25 at 7 PM, at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, we will present a second Border Songs— No More Deaths benefit concert! In addition to Arizona Border Songs contributors—Matt Hall, Robert Neustadt, Pachuco & Classik and Tucson-based Ted Warmbrand—the concert will feature world-renowned Nicaraguan New Song vocalist, Katia Cardenal! If you have the album, you’ve heard her sing the beautiful “Canción pequeña” as Dúo Guardabarranco. If you don’t have the album, pick one up at the concert!
Each album sold provides 29 gallons of water for people in extreme need!
Saturday, June 8, 2013
On July 14th, 2013, Border Songs CD producer Robert Neustadt gave a very informative interview about the project on WLRN Radio in Miami, Florida. It has been archived, and you can listen to the interview online:
Listen to Border Songs CD interview on WLRN Online
The Border Songs CD continues to raise money for the humanitarian work on No More Deaths.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Benefit Concert by the Border Songs CD for No More Deaths
June 9th at 7pm.
Phoenix Youth Hostel and Cultural Center
1026 N. 9th Street,
Phoenix, Arizona 85006
$5 donation or admission with purchase of the Border Songs CD. Featuring guest performers from the Border Songs CD.
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Saturday, April 6th, 2013 – Sedona Library
3250 White Bear Rd., Sedona AZ 86336
Border Songs CD Presentation at 6:00 pm
The Border Songs CD is a compilation CD benefitting Tucson-based humanitarian organization No More Deaths/No Más Muertes. Producers Robert Neustadt and Chuck Cheesman will present a program including spoken word and music about the project. Special guests to be announced.