Feature: ACLU benefit show with Juliana Hatfield, Evan Dando, Belly

“A free society,” reads a message on the American Civil Liberties Union website, “is based on the principle that each and every individual has the right to decide what art or entertainment he or she wants — or does not want — to receive or create.”
Participants in the “Boston Stands With the ACLU” show, which hits the Paradise Rock Club on Saturday, have taken this idea to heart. Ed Valauskas, longtime Boston musician and manager of the Somerville recording studio Q Division, organized the benefit concert with fellow musicians Shaun Wolf Wortis and Jed Parish. Valauskas says the show, which features his band The Gravel Pit, Nada Surf, Juliana Hatfield, Evan Dando, Belly, and Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom, was the result of the Trump administration’s policies.
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