• October 16, 2009
    By webteam

    Who ever imagined that an "activist street band" -- a group of musicians self-described as whimsical, horn-honking purveyors of social justice -- existed? What's more, who could have pictured that dozens of these musical ensembles have formed in various cities across the United States and foreign countries, all in the name of breaking down perceived social barriers and battling the "fatalism and indifference that has gripped the advanced industrial societies"?

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