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.
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.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello performed several songs with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' last night (March 2) and it was quite the onstage collaboration. It was a collision of hard rock and classic rock and the result was nothing short of explosive. Out late on a Friday night or catching up on Zs after a long week and therefore missed the performance? Don't fret. We've got footage below for you to enjoy.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello has joined an extensive list of artists who have signed up to join Occupy Musicians, a newly-launched online initiative for "sound engineers, sound artists, producers, DJs, instrumentalists, composers, and lyricists" who support the Occupy Movement and its syndicate of protests in cities on all corner of the globe.
Rage Against the Machine guitar virtuoso Tom Morello brings his message of peace wherever he travels, even when he happens to find himself between two dudes arguing outside his concert. After Morello's Oct. 25 show at the iconic Troubador in Los Angeles, the self-proclaimed "peacemaker" quickly sprung into action after a heated verbal argument started between a bouncer and a concertgoer.