NYC Band Jounce Partners with Better Farm for Seed Share, Rock Show

An Earth Day concert April 22 at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City will feature a seed exchange to benefit Better Farm.

Headlining act Jounce, a New York City-based band playing experimental and improvisational rock, will be joined by Men and Whales and The Heaven's Jail Band. Attendees will have the opportunity to bring along or purchase organic seeds at the venue to be donated to Better Farm for use in our Sustainability Education Program and community outreach initiatives, including the Redwood Community Greenhouse.

Jounce draws on musical influences like The Slip, the Benevento Russo Duo, and Tortoise. Jounce is not your normal touring ensemble. Consisting of Dan Tamberelli on bass, Matt DeSteno on guitar, and Quinn Blandford on drums, the band is a mainstay at bars, clubs, music halls, colleges and festivals up and down the eastern United States, consistently consistently building buzz and refining their presence in both the live and studio settings.

For their April 22 show at Brooklyn Bowl, they The show is free before 7 p.m. After 7, tickets are $7 (cash only). Show starts at 8 p.m. For more information about the show, click here.

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Brooklyn Bowl is located at 61 Wythe Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., 11249. If you would like to bring seeds to donate to Better Farm, please be sure to bring only organic products!

Nicole Caldwell

Nicole Caldwell is a self-taught environmentalist, green-living savant and sustainability educator with more than a decade of professional writing experience. She is also the co-founder of Better Farm and president of betterArts. Nicole’s work has been featured in Mother Earth News, Reader’s Digest, Time Out New York, and many other publications. Her first book, Better: The Everyday Art of Sustainable Living, is due out this July through New Society Publishers.