Krist joins The SpitFire tour
When I was initially approached about the Spitfire Tour, the first thing that came into my thoughts was when Abbey Hoffman and Hunter S. Thompson came to speak in Seattle in the early 80's. At the time I was in Aberdeen and couldn't make it to the UW. I did read about it though in the Rocket. It was a boisterous political forum featuring leaders of the counterculture. If Spitfire could be anything like that, it sounded like it was worth the shot."
Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic is the President and Founder of JAMPAC (the Joint Artists and Music Promotions Political Action Committee). JAMPAC is a political action committee committed to protecting freedom of expression for musical artists and freedom of choice for music consumers. JAMPAC believes that all forms of music are artistic expressions that merit First Amendment protection. JAMPAC lobbies against censorship and other legislation detrimental to the cultural and economic vitality of the Northwest music community. Founded in 1995, JAMPAC continues to make an impact. Krist is a dedicated leader on behalf of artists, music fans and music industry professionals alike. As an activist, artist and filmmaker, he continues to champion free speech and the First Amendment.