So You Say You Want a RevolutionRobert "Piano Bob" Azzarito is a retired schoolteacher, lifelong rock & roll fan and passionate peacenik; even though he looks a little like a hippie Hitler in his red shirt and black armband, he seems like a genuinely nice guy. So at the risk of sounding like "the Man," I was disappointed that his cabaret/TED Talk on '60s protest music and modern-day politics didn't have more intellectual depth or entertainment value. Bob's presentation shifts between a rambling PowerPoint lecture on welfare statistics and education reform and a lounge act covering several of John Lennon's later, lesser-known works, like "Working Class Hero" and "Gimme Some Truth," with the occasional jarring jump to Stevie Wonder or Supertramp.
pianobob - Deltona, FL
7 DATES THROUGH MAY 29, 2016
Length: 50 Min
Rating: 13 & Up – Some Language, Mature Themes Such As War
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