Myles Bullen | Out of the Blue Livestream Series

Tuesday - March, 23 @ 7:00pm

Thank you for joining OUT OF THE BLUE featuring Myles Bullen! Watch live (or later) on our Facebook page.

Indigenous art poet/ indie rap musician, Myles Bullen (pronouns he/they) creates songs and poems advocating for social justice, mental health, and how they deal with depression and anxiety. Myles has toured throughout 40 states in the US, and parts of Europe at venues and colleges, performing and teaching creative writing workshops in schools, recovery centers, and prisons. He has independently released three full albums, Wake Up Century, Not Dead Yet and Healing Hurts. Myles' song "iamnotforeveryone" is currently at 300,000 streams on Spotify, and rising.

You can follow Myles' work via his website

Enjoying the music & wondering how to support this Livestream?! Please direct your generous donations to our paypal here.
Whatever you can do is greatly appreciated!

ALSO! Make sure to visit Maine Music Alliance to learn more about how Venues and Performers are sticking together during this time and how YOU can SUPPORT all of us! Much love to you all for joining!

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