One indie roots and rock artist is using music to encourage registration and voting in November’s presidential election.
Benyaro, a Wyoming based music group, is set to perform select dates across the country for their Get Out The Vote fall tour, including a stop in Dallas on Sept. 18 at Opening Bell Coffee.
The group has partnered with HeadCount and Rock the Vote to stress the importance of using your voice to vote in this year’s election. Frontman Ben Musser said in a press release that many Americans take for granted a right that other people die fighting to have.
“I hope to encourage folks across the United States to shed cynicism, use your best judgement, and vote practically on November 8,” Musser said.
Musser attended The Hill School with Donald Trump, Jr., making this election particularly interesting for him, but he still actively campaigns against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Benyaro’s politically inspired song “Too Many Men” was released as a single to college and AAA radio on Aug. 30. The group will also release the first new material from their sessions with Danny Kadar in conjunction with their tour.
To read the latest on Benyaro or learn about more upcoming shows, visit their website.