Bad Religion is considered one of the most significant punk rock bands in American music history, creating for itself a lasting legacy across more than 40 years of touring and 18 studio albums. In the pages of Punk Paradox, you can read about the life and stories of Greg Graffin, the frontman and songwriter for Bad Religion.
This memoir details his youth in the American Midwest, his journey to California, how the ever-expanding punk scene in Los Angeles led to the creation of Bad Religion, and everything that led the band to become the influential musicians they have been since their inception in 1980. Rock fans will love this insightful look into the spirit behind one of the greatest punk rockers of all time.
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