The Second Annual Bread & Roses Music Festival held over Labor Day weekend proved once again that music doesn't have to be loud to be heard -- or get its message across. The three-day acoustic celebration packed 'em into UC Berkeley's Greek Theatre, with dazzling performances by Jerry Lawson of the Persuasions (center) and Joni Mitchell with Herbie Hancock (left). The impromptu jams between musicians including Stephen Stills, Ramblin' Jack Elliot and Peter Rowan (upper left) and Odetta, and Bread & Roses founder Mimi Farina were another highlight.
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