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Musicians United for Safe Energy, or MUSE, was an Activist group founded in 1979 by Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall (New York) of Orleans (band). The group advocated against the use of nuclear energy, forming shortly after the Three Mile Island nuclear accident in March 1979. MUSE organized a series of five No Nukes concerts held at Madison Square Garden in New York in September 1979. They also staged a large rally in downtown Battery Park (New York).
Other musicians performing at the concerts included Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, James Taylor, Carly Simon, Chaka Khan, The Doobie Brothers, Jesse Colin Young, Gil Scott-Heron, Tom Petty, and others. The album No Nukes (album), and a film, also titled No Nukes (film), were both released in 1980 to document the performances. A full No Nukes concert featuring Browne and Crosby, Stills & Nash was also filmed near the beach in Ventura, California, at the Ventura County Fairgrounds, but none of that footage made it into the final cut.
In the 2006 midterm elections, Hall was elected to the United States House of Representatives from New York's 19th congressional district, on a platform that included intensive investment in Alternative energy.
In 2007, Raitt, Nash, and Browne, as part of the No Nukes group, recorded a Music video of the Buffalo Springfield song "For What It's Worth".
- Big Town Songbook article about the group from the New York Daily News
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