Artists on Boycotts

NOISE11 – BY PAUL CASHMERE  FEBRUARY 10, 2018   Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters gave his time for the Australia Palestine Advocate Network in Melbourne on Friday and while explaining the issues …

A LIBERATE ART EXCLUSIVE VIDEO — Listen to my interview on Israel’s Public Broadcasting (KAN) radio about the first event where Hollywood celebrities came together to discuss the danger of …

“Defending Artistic Expression” A LIBERATE ART EVENT/Video  October 29, 2017 – Los Angeles.   TV/film star Mark Pellegrino, filmmaker David Zucker, musician Alan Parsons and others discuss the cultural boycott …

JERUSALEM POST OCTOBER 30, 2017 BY HAGAY HACOHEN —   A unique LA panel will discuss how musicians and artists view the cultural boycott of Israel. As cultural icons like rock …

JERUSALEM POST OCTOBER 30, 2017 BY KELLY HARTOG — “I made it very clear that I was not interested in his views on cultural enterprises within Israel,” said Alan Parsons. …

Alicia Keys has a different point of view on the cultural boycott than Israeli born musician, Ohal Grietzer

Whether or not you agree with Grietzer’s ill-founded characterization of the Jewish state, performing in Israel is not an endorsement of the policies of the Israeli government any more than …

“Riverdance supports the policy of the Irish Government and indeed the policy of every other EU state that cultural interaction is preferable to isolation.” – Riverdance management, 2011 prior to the company’s tour to Israel

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“I’m a musician, I sing, I’m not a politician. If I feel anything, I sing, it keeps things very simple”  – Seal Singer-songwriter on Boycotts

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“I consider it absolutely crazy and fundamentally racist to identify a scholar, a private citizen, with the politics of his government”Umbert Eco Italian Author (‘The Name of the Rose’)