Posted by Thomas Muse on November 24, 2013 News
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Thank you Surfrider Foundation and The Stephen Talkhouse for a great night.
Find out more about the “Don’t Rock The Beach” challenges head to http://easternli.surfrider.org/
Jettykoon knows east end communities depend on the health and survival of our ocean beaches, some
of the most beautiful in the country. We support responsible, thorough planning and robust public
involvement in any proposed project(s) that may affect the health and future of our beaches. We do
not accept the sacrifice of our beach to rock revetments and stone jetties. The beach is on the move
baby, best get out of it’s way.
Special thanks to
Mike Mazz sitting in on second lead guitar (and killing in!)
Job Potter harp
Klyph Black sound / acoustic guitar/ back up vocals on Ripple
Nancy Atlas for the quick jump up and vocal love
All who came down to support Jettykoon and Surfrider Foundation
photo by Daniel Gonzalez