Michael Franti

One of his favorite parts of being married? Spiralizing zoodles with his wife Sara. 🥒
We sit on subways alongside people carrying a diverse wealth of life experiences and worldviews, yet don't even make eye
Topanga Skye (my beautiful daughter) was so lucky 4 years ago. She had the opportunity to sit down with Michael Franti for
Lenny Kravitz: Lenny Kravitz's performance demonstrated that he continues to grow in musical sophistication, adding a stellar
Agah: It is such a bonus for the artists. They are so inspired by the experience of having these folks a part of their concert
Below, check out our favorite photos from the vibed-out weekend. New York’s glitterati and hypebeasts crammed together on
We squeeze and breathe, feeling that support, and then the release as we both let go, laughing. We walk out of the studio to the soundtrack of birdsong, our chests lifting up towards the morning sun.
As the mother of three children who were born with a rare medical condition called facial paralysis, as well as other physical challenges, I know first hand the importance of a smile in a child's life and the life of their family.
Some people just give good vibes. Musician and philanthropist Michael Franti and his partner Sara Agah, are two such people, and they give it in spades.
Michael Franti: "I started practicing yoga on tour about 13 years ago as a way to really just take care of myself as I was going in and out of airports and tour busses and doing shows and promotion and staying up late and eating bad restaurant food, et cetera."
When I heard there was a Life is Good festival I knew I had to attend.
I recently had the oppurtunity of meeting and interviewing Michael, and wow -- how powerful! His soul shines even brighter up close.
I was determined that my 20-month-old son's first concert would be much earlier and a lot cooler than mine -- I had to give him something to brag about to his friends years from now.
Kanye West and Katy Perry walked through Zuccotti, but didn't perform. Music and musicians are woven into the fabric of the
Music fuels our anger and buoys our spirit. Lyrics break down the political problems we face. Songs offer solutions and give us hope. That is the foundation for the emerging soundtrack of our era.
There is no amplification allowed in Zucotti Park, home of the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York. It's why protesters