Occupy London: Ani Defranco, Billy Bragg and More

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JAN 26, 2012 – Occupy London, a group of musicians in support of Occupy, such as Ani DiFranco, Billy Bragg, Tom Morello, Tao Seeger, Sam Duckworth and more, are poised to release their first album "Folk The Banks", and on their own record label called "Occupation Records". Digital release will be in February, and proceeds will go to help the Occupy movement across the globe. Four further albums will be released, and Adam Jung, spokesperson for Occupy Records said, "“From Motown Records providing the soundtrack for the civil rights movement, to the music of Billy Bragg inspiring striking miners, artists and the industry have historically provided fuel for social change."

Watch a video below from Occupy London, and read more on MusicWeek.com here.

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