The project aims to educate youth about the declining health of our world's oceans and our environment.
The band uses both music and a presentation to engage the students. It incorporates elements of reggae, blues, soul, folk, and hip hop, with an underlying rock and roll party vibe, a formula that has been packing dance floors across the country.
This fall, the band will be taking the program to more than 40 schools, with an estimated attendance of more than 30,000 students.
“In the near future we will be deploying a massive call to action, recruiting bands from all over the world to join the project and fight for the planet,” said Daniel Kingsbury, who plays guitar and provides vocals for the band.
“Many bands are aware of these issues, and care deeply about the state of our environment, but don't know how to be a part of the solution in an impactful way. The Jellyfish Project is the answer to this problem.”
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