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The Honeymooners Redux!   Leave a comment



Starring Poppa as “Ralph Kramden” and Jayden as “Ed Norton.”




Posted August 1, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

March Against Monsanto 2016   Leave a comment

So glad to have been invited back to play at the “March Against Monsanto” for the third consecutive year.  As usual, the event will be anchored at Westlake Mall, Sat., May 21, noon, Westlake Park in Seattle.

A glimpse of 2015


Posted May 12, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

BreakFreePNW   Leave a comment

Excited to have been invited to perform at the 2016 BreakFreePNW opening ceremonies, “People’s Climate Conference”, May 13 at the Anacortes Transit Shed.  I will be on at 9:30 pm,  following Dana Lyons, something nobody really should do.

Posted May 12, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

Resolution in Support of Farmworkers   Leave a comment

My resolution in support of our state’s farmworkers and the boycott of Sakuma/Driscoll’s Berries, was overwhelmingly passed at the Island County/10th LD Convention and submitted for consideration at the Washington State Democratic Convention,  June 17-19, Tacoma.

Dem Resolution

Posted May 12, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

Democracy Now!   Leave a comment

Familias Unidas Por La Justicia (FUJ) and its supporters participated in an International Day of Action to raise awareness of the worker exploitation of Driscoll and Sakuma Berries.

Our action at Costco in Burlington, WA was covered by a film crew from Democracy Now! (TV).  

Now, that’s compelling television!

Posted May 12, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

On The Raddio…One More Time   Leave a comment

Thanks to Charles Showalter for inviting me back to The Union Edge to talk about “Ballad of Sakuma Farms”…it’s origin and union funding.

Posted May 12, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized

“Phil Made Me Do It!”   Leave a comment

“The Sixth Annual Phil Ochs Celebration of Life” concert and fundraiser.
Saturday, April 9, 9-10:30 pm (PDT), Egan’s Ballard Jam House, Seattle

Phil Ochs-Kept Press-1969-2

April 9th will be the 40th anniversary of the death of arguably the most prolific and inspirational folksinger of the 60’s-70’s. Each April, for six straight years we come together at Egan’s to commemorate his death and celebrate his life and his work.

To further honor Phil, we use the occasion to raise funds and awareness for causes we deem worthy. For the second consecutive year all donations will go to our state’s farmworkers who are locked in a toxic struggle with agribusiness Sakuma Farms for a fair contract.

This year’s theme is “Phil Made Me Do It!”, featuring a multi-talented group of performers who were inspired by Phil and his tradtion to social activism through music. Each will perform some of their favorite Phil songs followed by examples of original and other songs of change.

Our Lineup:
~Linda Allen~
~Reggie Garrett~
~Casey Graham~
~Gary Kanter~
~Rebel Voices (Susan Lewis, Janet Stecher)~

$10 suggested donation at the door

Dinner and seating reservations are highly recommended as space is limited.

Posted April 7, 2016 by garykanter in Uncategorized