Jun
7
to Jun 10

LoFi Library at Bonnaroo

Our library in the nonprofit Planet Roo section will include food and music books, plus a newsstand with copies of food and music magazines from old-standbys like Rolling Stone and Food & Wine to independent pubs like Cherry Bombe and Gravy, a publication of the Southern Foodways Alliance. 

We’re excited to be sharing our library space with Good Golly Tamale. Those who purchase a tamale will receive our LoFi bookmarks and a card with all our scheduled discussions and playlists over the course of the festival. We’re informally calling it a LoFi Lunchbox (though we hear these tamales are great for breakfast too especially after yoga, which also takes place daily at Planet Roo).

We’ve posted the schedule of mini book clubs at Bonnaroo below. We’ll be reading from The Cooking Gene by Michael W. Twitty on the Solar Stage on Thursday and raising questions about inclusion through food and music. On Friday, we’ll read more from Feed the Resistance and discuss revolution, and on Saturday, we’ll read some stories from Cherry Bombe magazine’s #86THIS series and talk about home cooking’s role as a feminist act.

INCLUSION through food and music
Solar Stage | Thursday, 3:45pm
Reading from:
The Cooking Gene by Michael Twitty
Listening:
We the People - Tribe Called Quest
Same Love – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
w/ Mary Lambert
Everyday People – Sly and the Family Stone

REVOLUTION through food and music
The LoFi Library at Planet Roo | Friday, 2pm
Reading from:
Feed the Resistance: Recipes + Ideas for Getting Involved by Julia Turshen
Listening:
A Change is Gonna Come – Sam Cooke
Fight the Power – Public Enemy
Get Up, Stand Up – Bob Marley

GENDER EQUALITY through food and music
The Academy | Saturday, 12pm
Reading from:
Cherry Bombe magazine’s #86this series
Home Cooking Can Be a Feminist Act – Nigella Lawson
Listening:
Pay Gap – Margo Price
Sam Jones Blues – Bessie Smith
The Pill –Loretta Lynn

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Feb
13
6:30 PM18:30

Book & Record Club: "Feed The Resistance"

The inaugural club pairs Feed the Resistance by Julia Turshen with a playlist curated by Tallu Schuyler Quinn of The Nashville Food Project. We’ll read, listen and then gather to discuss. Tallu will be our special guest to talk about the book, her playlist (she grew up in a music-loving family with a songwriter father, and she sings too!), as well as her incredible work with food in this community. As you read and maybe cook through the book, take a listen to Tallu's playlist on Spotify, or from the list below.

Tallu's Playlist

Famine - Sinead O'Connor
Glory – Common
Rise of the Black Messiah – Indigo Girls
Revolution - Tracy Chapman
Subdivision - Ani Difranco
Ella’s Song – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Stones in the Road - Mary Chapin Carpenter
Redemption Song - Bob Marley
Rape of the World - Tracy Chapman
The Lion’s Share – 10,000 Maniacs
The World Turned Upside Down - Billy Bragg
Pride - U2
Hello, Birmingham – Ani Difranco
Tether – Indigo Girls
One Voice - Wailing Jennys
When I'm Gone - Phil Ochs
One Step Closer to You - Michael Franti and Spearhead
Faye Tucker (+ hidden track right after Philosophy of Loss) – Indigo Girls
Who’s So Scared - Disappear Fear
Some Other Town – Susan Werner
Change is Gonna Come - Sam Cooke
The Women Gather – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Pendulum Swinger – Indigo Girls
All My Relations – Ulali
Go - Indigo Girls
We Are the Ones – Sweet Honey in the Rock

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