ROCK LEGEND Is SPEAKING OUT Against Lockdowns In An Amazing Way!

There are some places in the world where these lockdown restrictions that are taking place are so invasive to everyday life that you have to wonder if they are setting up for something even bigger.

At the end of the day, we have to be able to gather to some extent. Not saying that 5,000 people in a room is a good idea, just saying people cannot gather outright is just wrong.

Take a look at what is going on with other countries. I think that they have had rules in some places where you can’t go more than a half-mile from your house. This is kinda off because there are a lot of people that live fatehr way than that from some grocery stores.

Rock, and roll legend Eric Clapton has joined renowned singer and songwriter Van Morrison for a new song which is against government-imposed coronavirus lockdowns in the U.K.

Both artists have deep and well-documented music roots the U.K. music scene, where government restrictions are apparently killing the live music industry.

In recent weeks, leaders in the country have imposed even more lockdown restrictions, according to the U.K. Telegraph.

Morrison, born in Ireland, has taken a particular interest in how such lockdowns are affecting artists, perhaps not only in the British Isles, but around the world.

As a result, he has founded a campaign called “Save Live Music.”

Clapton is recording a song for Morrison titled “Stand and Deliver,” Variety reported Friday.

The single was written by Morrison, but Clapton will record and perform it.

Clapton, during an interview with Variety, said he is on board with his fellow rock musician’s mission to save his country’s live music industry.

“There are many of us who support Van and his endeavors to save live music; he is an inspiration,” Clapton said.

The former Derek and the Dominos and Cream musician signaled he could not imagine a world where live music is no longer part of the culture.

“We must stand up and be counted because we need to find a way out of this mess. The alternative is not worth thinking about. Live music might never recover,” he said.

Clapton is of course known for his vocals and guitar playing as both a solo artist and as part of an ensemble in his earlier groups.

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