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Frank Turner’s Campfire Punkrock

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Frank Turner has announced a “Campfire Punkrock” event next year. It’s a four night all-inclusive event. After the initial backlash at calling something like this “punk,” Frank issued the following statement to NME:


    Like Peter Buck, Melissa Auf der Maur, Todd Rungren, Richard Thompson and many others before me, I’m doing a Music Masters camp next summer in upstate New York, in amongst the rest of my regular touring schedule. It’s an all-inclusive package, four nights full bed and board in a resort, so it might not be for everyone, but it’s just one small event among everything else I’ll be doing next year – releasing a new record, with the usual run of tours, festivals and benefit shows that comes with that.

    I work hard to make sure that what I do is accessible to everyone. If I don’t see people at the camp, there will be plenty of other shows where we can hang out.

    I sure don’t miss the days of arguing over what’s punk or not.

     
  2. youwontknow

    If I smile with my teeth, bet you'd believe me

    Arguing about if something is punk is not very punk.
     
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  5. Honeymagnolia

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    Sounds a cool idea. He always thinks outside the box.

    The tweets the NME posted are mainly (as often) from misinformed idiots.
     
  6. SamLevi11

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    Heard about this on the That's not Metal pod, but it seems they didn't realise what this actually is. Regardless, pricing is still steep.