Right Wing Rock: Check Out Madison Rising’s “Right to Bear” Video
OutdoorHub Reporters 04.15.12
Openly pro-gun rights rock band Madison Rising (http://www.madisonrising.com) is making waves among Second Amendment and gun rights supporters with their hit single Right To Bear, seen in the video below.
This week alone, the band will be showcased across the country as the cover story of the May edition of the Second Amendment Foundation’s monthly publication, The Gun Mag. In addition, the band will be performing several times at the annual NRA show in St. Louis, including in support of Armed American Radio at the Galco Gunleather booth (#2238) on Saturday April 14th at 1:00 PM, along with an hour-long performance on behalf of the wounded warrior organization, Hunting For Heroes that evening at the Lumiere Place Casino 901 1st Street in St. Louis at 7:00.
Madison Rising has already ranked in the top 100 selling rock albums on Amazon & iTunes and has legions of dedicated fans all over the country. However, because of their pro-American message, the band is facing significant hostility as they strive to make their way through the ultra-liberal entertainment industry. Among other things, major magazines refuse to publish stories written on them by writers they have worked with multiple times in the past. Also, despite national headlines and sales of thousands of albums, virtually every booking agent, promoter and distributor they have approached has refused to work with them. “People have even gone as far as saying that we’re not music, just right-wing propaganda,” said band manager, Richard Mgrdechian. “Apparently the Left cannot only define what is and is not free speech, but also what is and what is not music. Fortunately, there are plenty of people out there who still understand what this country is all about. They’re the only ones we need to concern ourselves with.”
Madison Rising is on a mission to not only make great music, but to also send a message that American culture is alive and well.
For additional information, contact Richard Mgrdechian at 917-349-9140 or rich(at)purple-eagle(dot)com