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Margaret Adams


Kayla Gifford was raised in Aiken, South Carolina, in a conservative, evangelical community and homeschooled through most of her youth. At age 16 she left her hometown to attend a public boarding school for emerging artists, The SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, SC. She studied sculpture at Memphis College of Art, and Clemson University prior to a 6 year career in the construction industry as a project manager.…

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Mick Jones



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Kathy Signorino

Director, Individual Artist and Percent for Art Program

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Joe Strummer


Joe Strummer, with the Clash, helped make aggressive punk music a worldwide phenomenon. After a short successful U.S. tour in early 1979, the Clash returned for a second U.S. tour.

The new tour’s second stop was the poorly attended Tribal Stomp Potluck Picnic & Dance. The 6,000 seat Monterey Fairgrounds facility was half-empty.


But, as reported by Los Angeles Times pop music critic Charles Hillinger, “When the Clash hit the stage, the four-piece British group played with enough energy and commitment to satisfy an audience of 25,000.…