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Interview with Radical Folk Artist Evan Greer
by Liz Fine (ermfine2 [at]
Tuesday May 11th, 2004 8:11 AM
Liz Fine of interviews radical folksinger Evan Greer about his upcoming tour, new CD, time in jail in Miami, and other random tidbits.
Evan Greer will be on tour most of the summer. He has no booking agent and relies on fans and anarcho-friendly people to set up shows. Below is an interview about his music, politics, and the ins and outs of this summers tour. If you have ideas for gigs in your area, contact Evan at booking [at], or visit his website,

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"Folk is angry music. Make no mistake about it. But it’s playful angry. Creative angry. That’s the most dangerous kind of angry."

"I think I rage because I love and I sing because I don't sound good screaming. I play acoustic because I like it and its portable, and it's hard to hitchhike with an amp."

"The burden of proof needs to be upon those who advocate coercion and authority. If they can't meet that burden, then their structures should be dismantled. You can dismantle them many ways, but the best way to start is by laughing at them."

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