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Raise The Flag! Henry Rollins talks politics & punk

  The notorious is a lot of things but don’t call him an artist. Since fronting the nonconformist punk band , he’s transformed a random collection of exploits into a distinguished assemblage of creative triumphs; actor, author, radio host, poet, historian, motivational speaker and punk rock legend. For Rollins, it’s just what he does, not who he is. “For me, it’s work, whatever I am up to at the time. I am not an artist on any level. I just do stuff,” he says. “Whatever I am doing at the moment is the preferred medium. I am about 50 shows into …

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Let’s Start A Band: Dalton Cyr’s screen debut in A History of Radness

is spreading his wings from stage to screen in the summer release of ‘ musical comedy . Written and produced by (Hannah Montana), A History of Radness captures the authentic experience of aspiring musicians forming their band and follows siblings Jack and Tessie from their less-than-cool middle school beginnings at Pleasant Meadows Middle School to the start of their musical careers. Together, they assemble a band of like-minded musicians, considered outsiders by fellow classmates. The 14-year-old singer/songwriter, recording artist, and actor from Jacksonville stars as Judd, the lead singer of the band. “The show is primarily about this band and …

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