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Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin reflects on trading punk for Americana

The Bad Religion man leaves the punk drawer shut and opens the Americana one for his third solo album

Los Angeles punk royalty Greg Graffin has taken time out from his day job in Bad Religion to record his third solo album, Millport, which embraces American folk and old-time country, and on which he’s backed by members of Bad Religion and Social Distortion. Inspired by the artists that have influenced him throughout his career, Millport is a reflective journey through Americana through the eyes of this punk, teacher and author. And with it, Graffin is back to prove he’s more than an old crusty.



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