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Minnesota Band, Jon Wayne & The Pain Raise Money For Protestors of Standing Rock

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Jon Wayne & The Pain

Minnesota native, Jon Wayne frontman of the Reggae Rock group, Jon Wayne And The Pain recently took a trip to Standing Rock Indian Reservation to support the protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. By using their platform for a greater cause, the group raised $650 in two days, then used the money to buy food, tarps, tents, sleeping bags and warm clothes for those who have been protecting the Native American’s sacred land for weeks on end. Jon, accompanied by beat boxing artist, T Chill played a few acoustic songs while they were visiting. Watch Jon and T Chill perform the very appropriate song, “Let It Grow”.

Jon Wayne and the Pain are currently performing on their tour, A Decade of Pain, celebrating 10 years of music together. Want more? Click here to read our interview with Jon Wayne and the Pain.

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Author: Bo Weber

Positive energy-seeking Minnesotan who finds joy in songwriting, graphic design, writing, videography, eating plants, and living in a van down by the river.

Written by Bo Weber

Positive energy-seeking Minnesotan who finds joy in songwriting, graphic design, writing, videography, eating plants, and living in a van down by the river.

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