Lee Ballinger

Lee Ballinger, CounterPunch’s music columnist, is co-editor of Rock and Rap Confidential author of the forthcoming book Love and War: My First Thirty Years of Writing, interviewed Honkala for CounterPunch. RRRC is now available for free by emailing Ballinger at: rockrap@aol.com.

Boom, Boom (Mancini), Out Go the Lights!

Germans, Mexicans and the Struggle for America’s Soul

Rave On: Music, Ecstasy and the Real Tragedy of Corporate Drugs

Sports is Life, Life is Struggle

Let the Games Begin

Wounded Veterans: Charity or Change?

Peyton’s Place: “Fuck You” to Working America

Hasta la Vista, Lemmy

The Alamo: America’s Shrine to White Supremacy

The Corporations Make the Decisions, We Pay for Them

Slavery is the Root of All Evil

Donald Trump vs Metallica: One Border Don’t Stop No Show

Take Down Your Flag

The Amistad, Artists and the Struggle Against Police Brutality Today

King of the Blues

A Little Love for a Disintegrating Country

Dollars, Death and the LAPD

Don’t You Want to be in That Number?

Are You Ready for Some Football Hypocrisy?

Human Needs, Dirty Deeds

Robin Williams: Visionary

The Fox in the Clippers’ Henhouse

The Fox in the Clippers’ Henhouse

Hip-Hop Culture and the Growing Threat of Police Violence

Ballin’ and Beatles