TAMPA, August 26, 2012 - Any good revolution requires a soundtrack and, describing himself as “primarily an acoustic musician,” Jordan Page has been providing the music to the Ron Paul Revolution and his followers.
Page is young in his craft, but creating a voice for himself that will help propel political change. He seeks to mobilize listeners to “stand-up” for the country and individual rights.
Jordan says that he “uses his talents to promote a message of peace while educating and mobilizing resistance to tyranny and the erosion of American civil rights.”
His music and message, warm guitar and sonorous voice, harkens back to the great folk singers of the 60s’ and 70’s. Voices like Arlo and Woody Guthrie. Voices that ask questions about why such as Joni Mitchell with “Big Yellow Taxi” or Pete Seeger and his “Where have all the flowers gone?”
Or possibly, Tom Paxton’s “Lyndon Johnson Told the Nation.”
Each of these artists used their voice to tell a story of their place and time in history, just as Page is doing for the 2012 Ron Paul Revolution.
Page’s music and success does not come from, but to the Paul Campaign, and in his song Light of Revolution he sings “I have heard the call in the words of Dr. Paul..we stand free and tall as we March for Dr. Paul.”
Jordan Page represents the politically informed youth that will soon be the face of the political parties.
Communities Tom Mullen catches up with Jordan at P.A.U.L. Festival for an exclusive interview that can be seen above.
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Jacquie Kubin contributed the text to this article.
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