The Interfaith Council of La Mesa is sponsoring this year’s International Day of Peace in San Diego, and Granny Rocks has been invited to share her song Bathe in Joy to open the day’s speeches. Since Granny can’t be there in person, the song will be sung by Rozz Hopson of Rozz and the Renegades, using Granny’s original backing track. The day will bring together many organizations, including TheInnerRevolution.Org, the nonprofit founded by Granny Rocks under the name Beth Green. During the day, there will be many activities of all kinds, and TheInnerRevolution.Org will be sharing cooperative games and will also have a table at the event. A promotional video for the Granny Rocks Experience will be playing at the group’s table, and free CDs of Rumblings of Revolution, Granny’s latest album, will be available as part of the event, as will lots of other information about the group and all their offerings — books, music, programs and more. The location will be Aztec Park at the corner of Aztec and Morocco in San Diego. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Granny Rocks Music Opens the Talks at International Day of Peace, San Diego
La Mesa, California
The International Day of Peace in San Diego is sponsored by the Interfaith Council of La Mesa, and Granny Rocks' music will be opening the talks (time to be determined.) Rozz Hopson of Rozz and the Renegades will be covering Granny's Song Bathe in Joy, using Granny Rocks' original backing track. All are welcome.