Chuck D and Flavor Flav recently got into a spat over Public Enemy’s participation in a Bernie Sanders campaign rally.
Flavor Flav says Sanders’ campaign is misrepresenting Public Enemy’s appearance, as only co-founding member Chuck D. will be appearing.
Unfortunately for Brooks, Barry Sanders shares a last name with Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders.
Yet another high-profile musical act has backed the Democratic candidate.
“The age question keeps coming up. I know that I’m 20 years older than Bernie. I have all my marbles!”
The musician exercises his newly minted rights as an official US citizen.
The musicians join a long list of artists lending their support to the presidential candidate.
Tim Robbins will also speak at the Washington State rally.
They also perform new music from their upcoming album and cover Talking Heads.
The indie rock bands hit Iowa ahead of Monday’s caucus.
“We are honored to be associated with such a dedicated, diligent, and trustworthy patriot—and fellow native New Yorker!” proclaims frontman Julian Casablancas.
The two indie acts have been longtime supporters of the Vermont senator.