In the 11th issue of the Pure Rock Report, Mary Nikkel spoke with David Zach of Remedy Drive about the coronavirus crisis, social distancing, and how songs are serving as beacons of community and hope.
Remedy Drive has launched a kickstarter for a 2020 album release, a project that will be their third effort centered on counter-trafficking in partnership with The Exodus Road.
Remedy Drive performs in Southhaven, MS, September 2019. Captured by Mary Nikkel.
November 27 is this year's Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping days. This day marks the kickoff of year-end charitable contribution drives, widely called “Giving Tuesday.” Adding to the annual excitement and social media buzz, Facebook and PayPal announced that they will be matching donations to eligible US-based nonprofits up to a grand [...]
The Cause: The Exodus Road The Mission: The Exodus Road exists to find and free victims of human trafficking. In addition to equipping and running reconnaissance missions, The Exodus Road works with local law enforcement to empower communities. They also follow up with rehabilitation. The Band: Remedy Drive has transformed their band into a vehicle [...]