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David Rovics (US)

David Rovics (born April 10, 1967) is an indie singer/songwriter and outspoken grassroots political protestor from the United States. His music is most accurately described as protest-folk and concerns topical subjects such as the 2003 Iraq war, anti-globalisation and social justice issues. Rovics is an outspoken critic of not only George W. Bush, but also figures like John Kerry and the Democratic Party as a whole. He is vocal on these subjects on stage, radio shows and in press releases.

Although Rovics is not strongly associated with any particular political or ideological movement, his lyrics and recorded interviews encompass a wide range of left-wing, humanitarian interests. He has suggested a commonality or synthesis bet...

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Johan Johansson

Johan Johansson is the original member of the swedish punkband KSMB, which he and his high school friends started in the late 70's. After he left that band (1982) he started another one called Strindbergs, which he later got kicked out of in 1985. Then he made a record with Stockholms Negrer and joined them on tour for three months before starting a new band called John Lenin. At first they called themselves John Lennon, but changed it before they released anything. Johan Johansson can play drums, guitar and has produced some records for bands as De Lyckliga Kompisarna and he is good friends with both Per Granberg Charta 77 and Stefan Sundström. When John Lenin was no more he started his solo project which he is still doing as of this da...

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Maja Heurling

Kristian Svensson