The Guardian has published an article about the Strummer of Love Festival, an upcoming festival to celebrate Joe Strummer, frontman of the Clash. The Guardian also spoke to Strummer’s two daughters, Jazz and Lola, about their father, organizing the festival in his honor, and what it was like to be raised by the legendary punk frontman.
“As kids we were really encouraged to be free… When were growing up there were no rules – we were left to run wild. We were nicknamed the pit-bull kids because we were so mad. At home we were allowed to scribble on the walls because he considered it creative. We’d ransack the place. I think our mum might have had a bit of a different view but she kind of went with it.”
You can read the whole article here.
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