Shut Up and Sing (Updated)
There's a time and place for politics... and its NOT at a concert.
I hate when celebrities preach politics to their audience, so I posted a video about it a while back. This video expands on what I said earlier to clarify my position.
In a nutshell, my main point is that celebrities shouldn't use their fame to promote their political agenda to their audience. That said, I also want to make it clear that I am not suggesting that they shouldn't speak their minds. This is a free country. There is absolutely nothing wrong with getting on their soapbox and talking about politics. My point is there is a time and place for political talk, and it's it is out of place at a show.
When somebody goes to a show expecting to be entertained, they shouldn't get a lecture about politics. If they want to promote their political opinions, do it after the show is over. I have no problem with a singer or other celebrity making appearances at a political rally. At least the audience is expecting it there.
Joe Crescenzi, Founder
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