Farm Aid 2014

Farm Aid 2014

Thank you to everyone who came out and made Farm Aid 2014 such an incredible, memorable day at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre!

Relive the concert with videos and photos now.

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North Carolina Shirt

Farm Aid 2014 Concert Gear

We're proud to showcase the our latest concert merchandise, with 100% organic cotton shirts, shirts grown and sewn entirely within the Carolinas, a beautiful Farm Aid 2014 poster, a fun shirt just for kids, and new Farm Aid bangles from Alex and Ani.

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Farmer Hero

Farmer Hero

Robert Elliott

Our newest Farmer Hero is Robert Elliott, a former Marine and member of the Farmer Veteran Coalition. In addition to raising good food for people who need it, Robert works to help other veterans transition from military life to farm life by teaching them the skills they need to be successful farmers.

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We started out to save the family farmer. Now it looks like the family farmer is going to save us. -- Willie Nelson

What is a family farmer?

The truth is that there is no hard-and-fast definition of what a family farm is. So what does Farm Aid mean when we talk about them?

Learn how many family farmers are on the land now, why we've lost so many over the past few decades, and what Farm Aid is doing to keep family farmers growing good food for all of us.

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Farmer Resource Network

Farm Aid Resource Network

Connects family farmers with hundreds of organizations that have ideas for diversifying and strengthening their farms.

Whether you're looking for help writing a business plan or applying for a loan, you're interested in learning new farming methods, or you're hoping to get involved in local advocacy efforts, find it in the Farm Aid Resource Network.

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Farmer Hero

Farmer hero

Harold Wright

Harold operates Happy Land Farms with his wife and four generations of his family. They switched from growing tobacco to producing good food for the people of North Carolina. Read more >>

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If you are a farmer looking for advice, assistance, or just some resources for your farm, Farm Aid is here to help.

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Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson

For the truly multi-dimensional Willie Nelson—singer, songwriter, Gypsy jazz guitarist, producer, bandleader, family man, perennially touring musician, Hollywood actor, entrepreneur, rancher, golfer, proud Texan, leader of the Good Food Movement, and godfather of music’s Outlaw Country movement—it continues to be a hell of a ride. Shotgun Willie, whose 75th birthday was celebrated on April 30, 2008, has been making music over the course of eight distinct decades and has been a recording artist for more than five of those decades.

While he started his colorful career picking cotton at the age of three in his hometown of Abbott, Texas, Willie grew to become the creative genius behind historic recordings like "Crazy," "Hello Walls," “Red Headed Stranger” and “Stardust.” Willie’s catalog boasts more than 200 albums. He's earned every conceivable honor to be bestowed upon a person in his profession, including six GRAMMY wins, a President's Merit Award, a Grammy Legend Award and the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Willie’s latest projects, reflecting his boundless creativity and diverse talent, include a foray into fiction and a collaboration with jazz great Wynton Marsalis.

“A Tale Out of Luck,” co-authored with Mike Blakely, is a classic western tale, that brings to life characters and themes central to any great Wild West novel—Texas Rangers, cattle rustling, Indians warriors, women of ill repute, saloons, shootouts and more.“A Tale Out of Luck”is the back story for Willie’s false-front western town which he built outside of Austin, and named, “Luck.”

Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis’s acclaimed collaboration Two Men with the Blues debuted in July at #20 on the Billboard Top 200 chart with first week sales of 21,650, marking a career-high for both of these legendary artists. Released July 8, 2008, by Blue Note Records, Two Men with the Blues has also been garnering rave reviews from critics across the musical spectrum. The Boston Globe called it “an unmitigated, ear-tickling success,” while Billboard remarked that the album’s “enviably assured vibe pretty much drips out of the speakers.”

Jazz at Lincoln Center has also just announced a return engagement to the site where the album was recorded live in January 2007. On February 9, 2009, Willie & Wynton will reunite, this time in JALC’s Rose Theater to help celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records.

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