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15 Eco Friendly Musicians We Love

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi

It’s festival season! And whether you’re off to Glastonbury, Coachella or the local park with a guitar, chances are this summer will be a musical one.

It seems like there are many musicians who believe “The Earth has music for those who listen,” as the American philosopher, poet, literary and cultural critic George Santayana once said. Here is a short list of 10 Eco Friendly musicians we love.

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1. Pink

The rocking singer has a rocking body. Why? She is vegan! In 2012 Pink divulged to Shape magazine how she dropped over 55 pounds to get back in shape: her diet was composed of mainly quinoa, fresh veggies, superfood shakes, super shots, and wellness shots. Since then Pink also makes sure her daughter and husband, Carey Hart, eat healthfully–she even got a vegan carrot cake, for Willow’s first birthday.

But that’s not where Pink’s eco-commitments stop. As well as being fond of the flora, protects the fauna. She is an avid supporter of PETA and has spoken out against sheep cruelty and Australia’s wool industry. She’s also backed the animal rights group in its stance against horse-drawn carriages. Pink is truly a role model for those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle and those looking to protect animals everywhere.

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2. Drake

In the spring of 2010, Drake embarked on his first-ever tour as a headliner in association with Reverb’s Campus Consciousness Tour, which began with Guster in 2006. The CCT works to link artists with environmental student groups at schools across the country to raise awareness through literature and activities in tents on the concert grounds, like eco-friendly screen printing from Studio 3, an organic textile company. The ‘Take Care’ rapper is certainly trying to ‘take care’ of the planet.

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3. Maroon 5

The popular quintet helped develop the Green Music Project. According to  Green Music Project’s official website, Maroon 5 have hosted more than 60 non-profit organisations in Reverb’s Eco-Village, fuelled their buses with 18,000 gallons of biodiesel, reduced the carbon footprint of their tours, and have offset hundreds of thousands of  pounds of CO2. The group is also very outspoken about the benefits and potential of using solar energy. No wonder they were honoured in 2006 at the Environmental Media Awards for all their efforts.

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3. The Roots

What’s in a name? The band named  themselves after a part of a plant to attest their homage of the origins of life. The group has worked with PETA on the  Stop the Violince: Go Veg ad, and  these eco-conscious musicians hosted a  Pre-Grammy Jam & Green Carpet Bash, inviting artists to jam to raise awareness about green issues, and to spread the green love.

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4. John Legend

John Roger Stephens, a.k.a.  John Legend,  partnered with Jason Marz in 2009 for a super-green tour that included an investment in wind farms to offset the carbon footprint from the tour.  Prior to that, in 2007, Legend was already committed to saving the planet when he launched his Show Me Campaign to provide clean water and agricultural tools for poverty-stricken residents of Mbola in Tanzania. The musician also rubbed shoulders with the President of the United States–he was invited to perform at the Green  Inaugural  Ball, an event celebrating President Obama’s focus on sustainable energy.

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5. Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars is a strong supporter of The Rainforest Foundation. Furthermore, during a charity event in New Orleans Bruno performed a cover of James Brown’s “Get Up (I Feel Like Being) a Sex Machine” with Brad Pitt for the Make It Right Foundation, which  provides affordable and eco-friendly housing for people in need. But the Hawaiian singer-producer has eco-friendliness running through the family. His older sister, Jamie Kailani Hernandez Bayot, is a talented artist who spent years as a professional model, actress, and jewellery designer, but most importantly she is the founder of the organisation  Mothers About Making Amends (M.A.M.A. Earth), which encourages people to use organic and environmentally friendly goods and services while celebrating the arts. Needless to say, Grammy-award winning Bruno Mars is thoroughly involved with his sister’s project, too.

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6. Pearl Jam

The old-school grunge band from Seattle donated  $100,000 to nine organisations  working on climate change, renewable energy and similar causes in 2006 and gave $50,000 to help fund the preservation of a Madagascan rainforest that would have been cut down otherwise. They also adopted an educational approach towards their fans, to help spread eco-awareness, since members of Pearl Jam’s official fan community, the Ten Club, don’t just get T-shirts, posters and CDs when they order merchandise: they get a physical representation of the band’s dedication to sustainability. To clarify: from 1990 they teamed up with UPS for a total makeover of its merchandise distribution process, including time-saving shipment consolidation and the use of local and eco-friendly materials: UPS provides 100 percent recyclable boxes with tape-free enclosures and soy-based ink, boxes are also printed with the carbon neutral shipping insignia, signifying the purchase of carbon offsets to balance out emissions produced in the transportation of the mail-outs.

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7. Perry Farrell

The Jane’s Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder reduced the carbon footprint of  his once-annual summer festival by ending its life as a traveling show and transforming it to a destination weekend in Chicago’s Grant Park. He also still works to assure it’s beneficial to the community, marking the grounds with an abundance of recycling bins and donating hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to the city’s park projects. Interactive tents work to educate fans in the Causapalooza section of the musical playground, while all paper products are required to be recyclable material. On his own, Farrell uses eco-safe packaging for his music and aims to release new material only digitally. He also plants trees to keep his tours carbon-neutral. Together with The Doors drummer John Densmore and actor Josh Hartnett, Farrell launched the Global Cool climate change campaign to encourage the reduction of carbon emissions.

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8. Barenaked Ladies

With the help of Guster and Reverb, Canadian band Barenaked Ladies in 2004 hopped on the eco-friendly bandwagon by greening their tours. The “Big Bang” theme song creators welcomed Reverb’s greening coordinators onto their tour crew, not only to ensure a good supply of organic food backstage and biodegradable supplies, but also to assist in dealing with less obvious moments of musical waste, like collecting broken guitar strings that could become recycled jewellery. Clean-burning biodiesel fuel, from fat or vegetable oil, powered the Ladies’ travel, while informational Eco-Villages called Barenaked Planet were set up at live shows. The band even played a global warning awareness video as an opening act and their CDs are sold in 100% recyclable cases.

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9.  KT Tunstall

Scottish singer KT Tunstall joined Guster back in 2007 at the 14th annual EarthFest show in Boston, to support environmentalist music, but it was far from her first foray into green causes. Back in 2004, when she had her platinum debut album, Eye to the Telescope, Tunstall has worked to neutralise her carbon production by planting more than 1,500 trees in Scotland and continuing to donate to renewable energy causes in Sri Lanka. Working with the Carbon Neutral Company, which provides estimates in usage and reduction, Tunstall tallies everything from the electricity used in the studio to the fuel used to tour. She also worked with TreeHugger to promote climate change awareness through music and fashion at the 2010 Shift Festival, and lives in a completely environmentally friendly house herself.

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10. Pharrell Williams

The Happy singer makes us very happy with his eco-efforts.

The multitalented, multitasking musician/designer/producer/entrepreneur/ became Creative Director of Bionic Yarn in 2009. The ‘yarn’  is based on plastic pollution salvaged from the oceans and recycled into textiles, and the concept is part of  the  Vortex  Project, an initiative by Parley for the Oceans in collaboration with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society  to help rid the oceans of plastic and put it to good use.

Since its founding in 2013, a variety of environmentalists,  scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, creative companies and NGOs  have joined Vortex, and today the advisory board includes Plastic Pollution Coalition, Ocean Alliance, Mare, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, and the Alba Group.

G-Star, the Gap and Topshop are just a few of the huge clothing companies that have used the eco-friendly threads produced by the Bionic Yarn–seems anything this singer touches turns into ‘green’ gold.

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11. Slash

He may come across as a tough guy, but Slash from Guns N’ Roses is actually a big softie when it comes to wildlife. Not only does he sit on the board of the Los Angeles Zoo (!), but he, along with the father of the late Steve Irwin, launched the Bob Irwin Wildlife & Conservation Foundation, which focuses on education, animal support and advocacy for Australian wildlife.

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12. Paul McCartney

No list of eco-friendly musicians would be complete without a nod to the ex-Beatle, whose vegetarianism is shared throughout his entire (rather famous) family. Paul helped launch Meatless Mondays, along with his daughter Stella, which encourages even non-vegetarians to shun meat for one day a week–animal farming has a huge impact on the environment, and going meatless even one day a week can make a huge difference. He is also a big supporter of PETA, and travelled to Canada with his ex-wife, Heather Mills, to draw attention to the issue of culling of baby seals.

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13. Russell Simmons

Eco-consciousness is a perfect fit for this hip hop icon’s lifestyle. Simmons if fully devoted to living a life of spirituality–he practices yoga every day, is a vegetarian, and donates both time and money to myriad environmental causes, including PETA.

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14. Wycliff Jean

The Fugee-turned-politician partnered with Justin Timberlake to design some eco-friendly footwear whose proceeds were donated to his Yele Haiti Foundation, which aims to rebuild the broken nation. He is also a strong advocate of organic and sustainable agriculture.

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15. Will.i.am

His extravagant lifestyle is a bit at odds with tracks like “Take our Planet Back”, which goes:  “If we’re so technological, why are we still burning oil/ ‘Cause I got a car you plug into the wall that’s faster than a GTO/ We shot for the stars, put rovers on Mars, make planes like UFOs/ So why are we borrowin’ money fro  make planes like UFOs/ So why are we borrowin’ money from China to buy oil from the Gulf and destroyin’ the world?” It’s all fine and well to spread the word, Will.i.am, but walk the walk, don’t just talk the talk! Still, with the number of fans he’s amassed, spreading the message should have some kind of positive impact.

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