September 10, 2009: Kayford 8 Benefit – Lexington Kentucky

Reel World String BandThe Reel World String Band has agreed to play at the Mountain Justice spaghetti dinner benefit for Tanya Turner and the Kayford 8!

The five awesome women in this folk-American roots band have been great supporters of the mountains for over 30 years. They have performed many coal and activist songs such as “Draglines,” “Cranks Creek,” and “Come On All You Coal Miners.”

Here are the details:

Thursday Sept 10 @ 7:00 PM
Mind Body Studio, 517 Southland Drive, Lexington KY
Spaghetti dinner and live music
$10-$20 donation

This is a benefit for Tanya Turner, an EKU grad from Pineville, KY, who U-locked herself to a coal mining truck on Kayford Mountain, West Virginia in a non-violent protest of mountaintop removal, following the Mountain Justice Summer camp in May. Tanya faces fines and court costs of $1900.
All proceeds go to help pay Tanya’s fines and court costs.

info: davecooper928[at] or call 859 299-5669

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