Conservation Voters for Idaho Throw Rock 'n' Roll Fundraiser 

Switching gears from the usual politics and paperwork, the Conservation Voters for Idaho are letting their hair down for one monster night of music. Cover Me, Please will feature a multitude of local musicians showing what they’ve got, with all proceeds going back to CVI.

The event will be hosted by radio personality Tim Johnstone of 94.9 The River and will feature guest speakers sharing their views on conservation.

For those in it for the tunes, the roster is stacked. In fact, the rest of Boise might seem startlingly quiet with all these local troubadours piled up in one spot. Featured acts include David Andrews, Amuma Says No, Audio Moonshine, Belle of Les Bois, Belinda Bowler, Andy Byron, Billy G. Camp, Dan Costello, Ned Evett, Steve Fulton, The Heaters, Jeremiah James, Kill Uncle, Thomas Paul, Bernie Reilly, Rebecca Scott, Sherpa, Curtis Stigers, Travis Ward, Tim Willis and Bill Coffey. With this amount of talent, it’ll be easy to shake your money-maker for mother earth.

Started in 2005, the Conservation Voters for Idaho serves as an independent voice for Idaho’s conservation values. They work to get pro-conservation candidates elected to office and to keep them honest and accountable once they’re there. By providing information regarding the impact conservation has on our day-to-day lives, the organization hopes to preserve Idaho’s water, air and wildlife for future generations. Finally someone is looking out for both beavers and young people.

Tuesday, Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m., $10, Visual Arts Collective, 3638 Osage St., 208-342-1264,

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