Since 2009, the ten-piece indie folk circus that is Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros have shared songs of community, compassion and self-exploration with fans around the world. The group’s live shows are as much of a collaboration with the audience as they are a performance, where frontman Alex Ebert routinely finds each and every opportunity to create an intimate connection with fans in attendance, or as Ebert refers to them,”our co-conspirators, our people.”
The 2013 GRAMMY-award winning documentary Big Easy Express offered us a backstage pass as the band travelled the US by rail as a part of the Railroad Revival Tour alongside Mumford and Sons and Old Crow Medicine Show. And last week, with the release of Live In No Particular Order: 2009-2014, the Magnetic Zeros family debuted their first official live album release with a selection of 21 of the group’s finest live cuts from 5 years of touring the world.
All proceeds from Live In No Particular Order: 2009-2014 sales go to Big Sun Foundation; a not-for-profit California Corporation dedicated to facilitating more sustainable and communal living throughout the world.
About Big Sun Foundation
Big Sun is a not-for-profit California Corporation founded by members of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros dedicated to assisting and facilitating more sustainable and communal living throughout the world. We work to provide funding, operational support, and services to Community Land Trusts, Co-Ops, and other motivated groups committed to forging such communities and opportunities in their area.
From Community Gardens to Maker Spaces to Urban Villages and Rural Farms, Big Sun works for those visionaries and innovators already on their way to creating a better life for their communities, but who need some help in getting there. Your donations will work to help bring people into better harmony with themselves, their work, and their environment, one community at a time.