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At 12pm On May Day, Tuesday, May 1, Morello will arrive at Bryant Park in NYC to help enlist thousands of guitarists, string players, and singers to take part in the Occupy Guitarmy. After a rehearsal of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land,” Sergio Ortega’s “El Pueblo Unido,” Willie Nile’s “One Guitar,” Morello’s “World Wide Rebel Songs,” and the traditional spiritual “We Shall Not Be Moved,” the Occupy Guitarmy will depart from Bryant Park at 2pm, march through midtown Manhattan and arrive at Union Square at 4pm, culminating in their performance on stage with Morello. Dan Deacon, Immortal Technique, Das Racist, JD Samson & Men, Bobby Sanabria and other special guests yet to be announced will take the stage after Morello’s set.
Morello offered, “On May 1st, I’ll be in the streets of New York City joining the Million Guitar March ‘Guitarmy’ with Occupy Wall Street. Simultaneously, The Nightwatchman’s World Wide Rebel Tour will be unleashed on an unsuspecting planet. It’s time to choose sides people. Are you in or are you out?” For more information on the Occupy Guitarmy, please visit: occupyguitarmy.tumblr.com.
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The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner has confirmed Tom Petty died due to an accidental overdose of prescription drugs.
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