Tom Morello, fresh off his appearance at Chicago's National Nurses United Rally, is continuing to fight the good fight in the Midwest. His latest political crusade takes him north of the Illinois border to Wisconsin, where he's ready to revisit the state for the 'Recall Ball.'
Like an oratory superhero, wherever there is social injustice, Tom Morello will be there. The Rage Against the Machine guitarist and solo artist recently lent his celebrity to the National Nurses United Rally in Chicago, and continued his commitment to activism.
Back on! Tom Morello's performance at the National Nurses United rally, which was originally set to take place on May 18 at Chicago's Daley Plaza during the NATO summit, will go on as planned. The guitarist deemed it a victory the city, free speech and rock 'n' roll. There was a bureaucratic snafu earlier this week, with city officials getting involved and trying to force the demonstration to move elsewhere by revoking the required permit.
"Sticking it to the man" as a member of Rage Against the Machine may have caught up with Tom Morello, as a nurses rally scheduled in Chicago had its permit pulled after announcing that the guitarist was set to perform at the event.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello has proven to be one of rock's biggest supporters of the 'Occupy' movement. On May 1, the movement held 'May Day,' where supporters united on the streets of New York City to remind the world of their numbers and continued presence throughout NYC.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello has put the word out for 10,000 guitarist to join him in New York City's Bryant Park on Tuesday, May 1, at noon ET, as part of the May Day Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello is bringing his alter ego, The Nightwatchman, to the Swan Dive in Austin, Texas, on Friday as part of the SXSW festivities that have been going on for the past week.
In the aftermath of Rush Limbaugh's controversial rant regarding Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, sponsors and musicians alike have been cutting ties with his popular radio show. Now, the controversial radio host has caught the wrath of Rage Against the Machine, who didn't mince words when demanding Limbaugh stop using their music.
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