Rage Against the Machine

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Paul McCartney brings his Out There tour to the United Center, July 9, 2014.
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Time Out says

For the second time since the founding of the band in the early ’90s, political-charged rap-rockers Rage Against the Machine are reuniting to "Take the Power Back" once again. Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tom Commerford are all on board after a nine-year hiatus, during which time part of the band performed as Prophets of Rage (including a 2017 set at Riot Fest) with members of Public Enemy and Cypress Hill. With the 2020 election on the horizon, you can expect plenty of pointed jabs at the powers that be between renditions of "Bulls on Parade" and "Guerilla Radio." But be prepared to pay for the privledge of witnessing Rage live in concert—with tickets starting at $125, cash-strapped rabble-rousers may be out of luck.


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