A CHRONOLOGY OF APPEARANCES
Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001
 

1979.05.06  May 6 Coalition Rally—Anti-Nuclear Rally  Washington, DC

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Graham Nash, Joel Bernstein, and Joni
From Rolling Stone issue 294
Joni, Graham Nash and Jackson Browne.
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Related articles from the Library:
» Biggest no-nuke rally rocks Washington (Circus Weekly (Magazine), 1979)
» Entertainers protest in anti-nuclear crusade (Winnipeg Free Press, 1979)
» Music, Message at Antinuclear Rally (Los Angeles Times, 1979)
» Thousands join nuclear protest (Daily Collegian, 1979)

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eileennudd on 2012-Aug-25 at 13:28:50 GMT-5:
We were at Edinboro college and all rode to Washington together to protest the 3 mile island facility. What a day to be able to see Joni, Crosby, stills, and Nash, Jackson Brown, Dan Fogleberg and so many more. It was a musical memory that will never take place again.
granttie on 2010-Jul-11 at 08:01:24 GMT-5:
I have seen your you tube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Flx5V2Gd-NA&feature=related ... I am an iraqi veteran and I live everyday with the war... with the dead and with the mutilated the only way i get power is to know that my movement www.nomorewarsforisrael.com saves llives and what yu do also saves lives... the people of that region are suffering at the hands of christian zionists whom promote the endeless wars and endless stock market crashes that have ruinedour country...
BarbaraKnits on 2010-Apr-30 at 20:54:32 GMT-5:
I was there with Keystone Alliance, a PA grassroots non-profit against nuclear power. We took a bus to Washington from the Phila area. We had to be back to the bus by a certain time. The day was hot. Huge crowd! Took us awhile to walk back to the bus. Sat there waiting for the driver - HE was late - and then I heard Joni start to play. It was very hard to stay on that bus but had no money nor even knew how I could get home if I got off the bus. Several of us on the bus were Joni fans so everyone got quiet so we could hear the strains of her music lacing the air.