’Singing in the Echo Chamber’
Music censorship in the U.S. after September 11.
Freemuse, Copenhagen, 2005.
Soon after the 9/11 attacks, the discussion concerning the long-term impact on free expression and personal privacy became heated and intense.
Musicians have participated (directly and indirectly) in the public discourse, both through word and song. As a result of their outspoken actions, many musicians have experienced strong resistance, sometimes resulting in censorship.
The new Freemuse report Singing in the Echo Chamber written by Eric Nuzum, author of Parental Advisory, documents this chapter of modern American history