Dudes and dudettes…for a change of pace today, thought I’d share this music and report with you. These guys speak volumes for millions of us conservatives across this land with their song as well…and the message they send is more than spot-on!
See what you think friends…I hope you enjoy this, even if your cup of tea isn’t country style music. – Here’s the report, make sure and read this in full with this link, they have more information about this band and links highlighted if you’re interested in checking them out every now and then.
“We met in New York City and became friends,” Michael Branch, one of The Ballard Brothers said in a phone interview with TheBlaze. “All of us contribute from all over the U.S.”
You might also recognize Branch’s wife Krista, who is well-known for her songs “I am America” and “Remember Who We Are,” which have been picked by the Tea Party, was picked up as Rick Santorum’s Presidential theme song, and have been featured by Beck.
The Ballard Brothers has released its first single “Ban This Song,” a parody that points out the faulty logic behind many of the regulations, including the proposed gun ban, instituted in the name of protecting society.
“It seems to me the facts demand that we change some things in our great land to keep our people safe from death or harm,” goes the opening lyrics as the brothers wield firearms as their dancing props. “There are good folks dying every day in senseless an peculiar ways, so I’ll make my point with good, old southern charm.”
The song was produced in only two weeks time, with Branch writing it and recording a rough copy, sending it the band’s producer in Tulsa, and the group coming together to create the music video.
“We are in a society that is no longer an America,” Branch said. “We are banning everything.”
He later clarified to say the country is becoming a place “we no longer recognize because society is trying to control everything for the sake of protection”
He explained the song was inspired by the top 10 causes of accidental death, which include car accidents, poisoning and drowning to name a few.
“The point is using the same logic, if we are going to ban guns, which is number 7 on the list, …then you have to ban all these other things,” Branch said.
Throw in your two-cents…did you like their message via their music, or not?
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