Joe Strummer (Rude Boy) Let the Good Times Roll
Documentary Viva Joe Strummer: The Story of the Clash Surveys the Career of Rock’s Beloved Frontman
in Film, Music | August 15th, 2013 2 Comments, openculture.com
I vividly remember learning the first song my high school garage band covered, The Clash’s “Clash City Rockers.” We spent hours deciphering the lyrics, and never got them right. This was, if you can b …
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“People can change anything they want to, and that means EVERYTHING in the world. ” ― Joe Strummer
Yesterday would have been this mans 62nd birthday! The world sure is missing you! 😭 Never gone, never forgotten! 👍 you inspired me in so many ways! I’m your biggest fan forever and ever and ever! Love yah! 💜 #theclash #theclashbaby #joestrummer
Thank You Joe Strummer for your music, your heart, your incredible good looks, your inspiration, your attitude, and your politics and most important thank you for always reminding me that this world is fucked up and probably always will be but that’s no excuse to lay down and take it. Because that’s not living and if there can be people like you on this earth then its certainly worth fighting for!
John Graham Mellor
(21 August 1952 - 22 December 2002)
This world misses you terribly but your bright light will shine on forever
Johnny Appleseed (Live on Letterman, 2001) - Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
One of his finest performances, and a personal favorite. Happy Birthday, Joe. You are missed.