RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Sings To Fans At State Capitol In St. Paul; Video Available

StarTribune.com reports that RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE showed up in St. Paul, Minnesota Tuesday (September 2) at the Ripple Effect concert on the State Capitol lawn. However, the band arrived close to the 7 p.m. curfew time and without a proper permit, so police would not let it perform.

As the band members pow-wowed with officials and event organizers backstage, the crowd started singing "The Star Spangled Banner" and chanting, "Free speech," and, "[Expletive] you I won't do what you tell me" (one of the band's famous lyrics).

Read the entire report from StarTribune.com.

Video footage of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE on the State Capitol lawn can be viewed below.


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