“…Henry Rollins works best alone.
“It’s how I roll,” he says, without irony and unexpectedly softly for a man who spent the early years of his musical career yelling and screaming at audiences.
The American punk legend, activist, actor, author, DJ and, these days, spoken-word artist, has been travelling the world for more than three decades – initially as a testosterone tornado with his punk bands Black Flag and Rollins Band.
Now his spoken word show The Long March incorporates these travelling experiences into a more than two-hour show that is as hilarious as it is thought-provoking.
Rollins joined the Southern California band Black Flag as vocalist in 1981.
Upon its demise, he formed Rollins Band, and has been making records, writing books, and touring the world ever since.
Rollins has averaged more than 100 shows a year for over 30 years.
At 50, Rollins has no plans to change his nomadic life…”
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