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President Obama Sings Amazing Grace

Obama Delivers Powerful Eulogy for Senator Clementa Pinckney June 27, 2015 – President Obama delivered a powerful and moving eulogy centered around “Grace” for South Carolina state senator Clementa Pinckney yesterday, and the clip of him singing “Amazing Grace” and the crowd joining in is going viral and taking the Internet by storm. It is…


Rush Honored With Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at Junos

Greatest Rock Group in the Galaxy Recognized for Charity Work MARCH 19, 2015 – The power rock trio from Canada, RUSH, received the 2015 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the “Junos” this past weekend for their constant work with charity and helping those out those less fortunate than them. The Allan Waters Humanitarian Award “recognizes an…


Calling All Crows Brings Fans and Musicians Together in Activism

Current “Forced to Flee” Tour Focuses on Refugees MAR 3, 2015 – Activist-musician Chadwick Stokes grew up listening to ’60s antiwar protest music on vinyl, and they became his heroes and shaped not only his music but also who he is as a person. In 2008 Stokes, together with your manager Sybil Gallagher, took their hunger…


Pussy Riot Releases “I Can’t Breathe” Inspired by Eric Garner

Art-Activist-Rock Band Releases First English Speaking Song With Dramatic Video FEB 19, 2015 – Pussy Riot, the art-activist-rock collective or “band” from Russia that is constantly protesting Putin and his regime, and constantly getting hassled, beaten, arrested and even jailed for it, have released their first English speaking song called “I Can’t Breathe” inspired by…

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