By John Crump
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The entertainment industry leans heavily to the left. This political lean is especially true to in the punk rock scene, but not every punk rocker out there drinks the proverbial Kool-Aid.
Recently Michale Graves had his upcoming sold-out performance at the Up + Downtown Music Festival canceled for his political beliefs that don’t fall in line with the groupthink of the day. The former Misfits singer doesn’t shy away from his libertarian beliefs or his love of guns. In fact, Graves embarrasses it!
In 2004 Graves co-founded the controversial website “Conservative Punk.” Graves pushed his audience to explore the candidates of the day for themselves instead of just voting for who their musical heroes tell them to vote for the election.
I had a chance to sit down with Michale Graves and speak with him about music, guns, and politics.
John: How did you get into music?
Michale: I have been influenced by music my whole life. As a very young man, I felt my calling was to be a preacher man and serve God in that way. It wasn’t until I turned 8 or 9 did I suddenly know …Read the Rest