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    Frank Bach was a columnist for The Fith Estate, an MC for the Grande Ballroom and the lead singer and founder of the Mighty Up, the revolutionary house rock band for the White Panther Party.. Frank and [and his wife] Peggy Bach were involved with the counterculture in Detroit and Ann Arbor beginning in the s as musicians, performers, graphic designers, promoters, and activists for area.

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    In Sinclair left Detroit for New Orleans. John Sinclair was born October 2, in Flint, Michigan and grew up in nearby Davison where he graduated from high school in He attended Albion College () and the University of Michigan, Flint College (), where he received an A.B. degree in American literature.

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    John and Leni Sinclair: The papers of John and Leni Sinclair are collected in the archives of the University of Michigan. Leni Sinclair was in named a Kresge Eminent Artist and a monograph was created in honor of that. The monograph is beautiful, enlightening, and covers fifty years of music .

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    balladofruntblog: Todd performing at the Roxy Theatre, May 19, , by Barry Goldstein. Speaking of Back to the Bars! LOL And it happens that they’ve just released a 3-disk set.

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    Prince fans the world over are in mourning following news of the pioneering pop star’s death at the age of Related: Prince, superstar and pioneer of American music, dies aged 57 He died at his Paisley Park home and studio complex outside Minneapolis, where fans have gathered to .

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    Oct 08,  · JOHN SINCLAIR has united rock and revolution. He has united a position to political repression and to economic exploitation. His united opposition from domestic oppression and foreign aggression and we want JOHN SINCLAIR out of prison, we want him out of prison to help us organize the music at San Diego. (applause).

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    Jul 12,  · Product Description. A documentary containing rare live performance and interview footage of the band in their heyday. Kick Out the Jams features many never before seen films of the MC5 as created by Leni Sinclair & conceptual artist Cary Loren during the peak of their career. Tracks include: ''Kick Out The Jams,'' ''Come Together,'' ''Looking At You,'' and more/5(24).

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    Telephone conversation between John & Leni Sinclair and John Lennon & Yoko Ono, December 15, John Sinclair was released from Jackson State Penitentiary December 13, , three days after John Lennon and Yoko Ono played at the Free John Now Rally at Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor. ().

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