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Last week I blogged about one of the most interesting things about the conventions, the mingling of celebrities and politicians. Last night, I witnessed that first hand, and it was hard to determine who was the bigger draw, the politicians or musicians.
I went to the Green Sunday at Red Rocks concert, hosted by Laurie David, who is best known as a producer on former V.P. Al Gore’s film, “An Inconvenient Truth.” Laurie got a group of her friends together to put on an amazing concert and raise consciousness about the environment.
Red Rocks was packed. The night featured performances by Sheryl Crow, Dave Matthews, and the country pop duo Sugarland. But the crowd was just as into the speeches by Rep. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Laurie David and Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter.
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