Jordan Page is an American singer-songwriter and musician. He began writing music with a political bent during the Bush administration, in December 2006. Some of his early music is critical of United States foreign policy, especially the interventionism of the Bush administration. Page's music instead advocates a policy of peace and non-interventionism. His song "War Machine" specifically alludes to the military–industrial complex. Page's music also supports civil liberties, which are viewed in some of his songs as threatened and eroding. Page and his music have been embraced by libertarians, and Page has performed at many libertarian and liberty-oriented events, including some in support of Ron Paul's 2008 presidential campaign and 2012 presidential campaign.
|Genres:||Rock, folk, country rock, soft rock|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, musician, political activist|
|Website:||Jordan Page's Official site|
About Jordan Page
Singer and songwriter known for his politically-themed songs, which promote peace and civil liberties. He rose to prominence in 2008 for his support of Ron Paul, who he appeared with on the campaign trail.
He started performing while George W. Bush was president, whose foreign policies were ripe for Page's anti-interventionist criticism.
He's appeared on CSPAN as a performer and has also hosted the show "Page Against The Machine" on Liberty Movement Radio.
He hails from the United States.
He wrote a song entitled "Song for Bob Dylan," which looks at the power of music in spurring social change.
Information related to Jordan Page
- American anti-war activists
- 21st-century American guitarists
- American libertarians