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Crowd-sourcing art rock diva composes poem for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
By Alex Baker
In what is assumedly the latest in a string of efforts designed to test the limits of her likability with the public, Amanda Palmer has published a poem for Boston Bombing suspect Dzhohkar Tsarnaev on her blog.
Amanda Palmer made a name for herself as one half of the cutting edge Brechtian punk cabaret duo, the Dresden Dolls. Since the band’s demise Amanda has carved out a solo career that’s been successful at times and nearly always controversial. After falling out with her former label Roadrunner Records, the singer/pianist/ukulele player decided to forego the label route entirely this time around.
Instead she turned to the Read More