Greg Graffin of Bad Religion talked with the OC Register:
“I wanted to write a secular gospel song,” he said. “The greatest thing about religion is the music, if you ask me. People ask me ‘What’s a good religion, you’re always so dedicated to bad religion.’ I don’t know, but it’s one that has a lot of good music because that’s what seems to live on, for me at least. I thought I’d put some words to something that’s purely humanistic and puts the power for change in humanity instead of a supernatural deity. I think it’s a timely song and I hope it resonates with people, but it retains its flavor of everything that’s good about religion, which is music.”
Greg Graffin of Bad Religion has announced a short run of tour dates leading up to his SXSW appearance. You can find those below.
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Greg Graffin’s has released his new solo tune “Making Time.” The song comes from his upcoming solo album, Millport, due out March 10th.
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Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin covered “Lincoln’s Funeral Train” by veteran bluegrass and folk artist Norman Blake. The track is from Graffin’s forthcoming solo album set for release in 2017.
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