”Live events is one of the best prepared, best equipped, most experienced industries in America to manage and control large crowds in a rapid, organized fashion,” a letter to President Biden reads. ”Moving people in, out, and around a public gathering space swiftly and safely is the foundation of our industry.”
”When we heard that ’You Get What You Give’ was a Biden family anthem, we pledged if Joe won, we'd get together and play our little song, both in memory and in honor of our new president's patriot son Beau, and also with the prayer of Joe being able to bring our country together again,” Gregg Alexander said
Street artist Adrian Wilson, the same person responsible for ”Van Halen Ave,” has reworked NYC subway and street signs to bid Trump farewell and welcome Joe Biden. ”It's basically a New York City goodbye,” Wilson said.
The video features Alicia Keys, Mary J. Blige, A$AP Ferg, Offset, Rapsody, Ty Dolla $ign, Vic Mensa, and others reading off names of police brutality victims and the unconscionable reasons they were killed.
“i was in dc to peacefully show my support for the president. i attended the rally on the white house lawn and went back to hotel and took a nap,“ said Ariel, who has come under fire for attending the riot at the Capitol with fellow musician John Maus...