Bringing nature’s rhythm to life
Come on down to the Farmers Jam Anniversary Party at Eventide Brewery! We’ve got some friends to thank, so join us for a celebratory affair with live music, local food, and great beer. Proceeds from the event will benefit farmers at the Grant Park Farmers Market. It’s our last jam of the year, so don’t miss out!
Meet The Band
Farmers Jam is a collective of local farmers and friends who play music, sell jam, and plant fruit trees.
The Farmers Jam band is a group of local farmers and friends from the Atlanta area. We love playing music, planting trees, and getting people in touch with nature’s rhythm through seasonal, hands-on events and activities. Support our mission by purchasing delicious, locally made Farmers Jam at our shows.
Let the Jam live on! 🤘🤘🤘
Here’s the full band of farmers and friends:
AjaRay Embry, Community Farmers Markets - Vocals
AM Rodriguez, Wrecking Barn Farm - Keyboard
Brent Hall, Freewheel Farm - Washboard
Cam Christian, Plantlanta - DJ & Vocals
Chris Theal, Historic Westside Gardens - Trumpet
Cloud Dukes, Compost Now - Bass Guitar
Daniel Mobley, Serenbe - Lead Guitar
Frank Holzman, Tierra Sonrisa Garden - Congas
Georgia Slim, FTP Farm - Harmonica
International Lelo Jones, Outdoor Fresh - Percussion
Jenna Mobley, Community Farmers Markets - Violin
Kirsten Simmons, Ecosystem Farm - Vocals
Mario Cambardella, City of Atlanta Urban Agriculture Director - Vocals & Guitar
Nuri Icgoren, Urban Sprout Farms - Percussion
Robby Astrove, Fruit Forward Orchards - Drums
Stephanie Simmons, Love is Love Farm - Guitar
Taranji Femtasik, Historic Westside Gardens - Vocals
Tenisio “DJ Fifthwurld” Seanima, Nature’s Candy Farm - DJ
We had a great time at Earth Day Farmers Jam!
Thanks to everyone who came out to celebrate community-based composting on Earth Day with Farmers Jam at Monday Night Garage! We had a fun evening of live music, delicious food, and lots of ways to learn about the many benefits of community-based composting. Big thanks to our sponsors at Food Well Alliance and the Atlanta Community Compost Council.
Thanks to our partners, we engage people in propagating, planting, picking, and preserving local fruit, as well as the art of beekeeping and making compost. These opportunities highlight how vital the circle of life is to our future on this planet, and we’re grateful for the support we’ve received from the following organizations to make them happen.