You can [view Larry's presentation here](http://sms.pstcc.edu/ets/events/faculty-presentations/music-of-revolution/index.html)
Jimi Hendrix on Dick Cavett Show
Jimi comments on playing the national anthem at Woodstock
Étude Op. 10, No. 12 in C minor, known as the Revolutionary Étude or the Étude on the Bombardment of Warsaw, is a solo piano work by Frédéric Chopin written circa 1831
Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock
Hendrix's psychedelic rendition of the U.S. national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner" occurred about 3/4 into their set (after which he morphed into "Purple Haze").
el général, the voice of Tunisia
Rapper from Tunisia was arrested in 2011.
Pete Seeger Learns "We Shall Overcome"
A version of this song, submitted by Zilphia Horton of Highlander, had been published in Seeger's People's Songs Bulletin as early as in 1947.
"We Shall Overcome" used at Highlander Center
In 1959, Guy Carawan succeeded Horton as music director at Highlander, he reintroduced it at the school. It was the young (many of them teenagers) student-activists at Highlander, however, who gave the song the words and rhythms we know it by today, when they sang it to keep their spirits up during the frightening police raids on Highlander and their subsequent stays in jail in 1959-60. Because of this, Carawan has been reluctant to claim credit for the song's widespread popularity. In the PBS video We Shall Overcome, Julian Bond credits Carawan with teaching and singing the song at the founding meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Raleigh, N.C., in 1960. From there, it spread orally and became an anthem of Southern African American labor union and civil rights activism. Seeger also has publicly, in concert, credited Carawan with the primary role in teaching and popularizing the song within the Civil Rights Movement.
Congress Sings "God Bless America" on capital steps
In reaction to the 9/11 attacks