The five North Olmsted bandmates do more than play their asses off -- they can also put together a song. Woody Guthrie could have written "Tighten Our Rustbelt," an angry requiem for closed steel mills, deserted factories, and polluted air. Singer Caesar Bolero leads the chant: "Money is in short supply/For rock and roll we live and die." Even without the lyrics, it's music that means something.
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