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Awhile ago I saw some things on Twitter that said that Sean Lennon was on the steps at Zuccotti Park jamming with Rufus Wainwright and others.  I found only one picture so I wondered if it was true.

Well something just showed up on YouTube so I thought I'd write a quick diary to share it with all of you.  More videos are likely to show up and I'll post them as updates if I see them.


Sean Lennon in the house! Jamming' down on @occupywallstnyc :]
2 hours ago via Instagram

@JoshHarkinson Josh Harkinson
Rufus Wainright and Sean Lennon are now playing on the Zuccotti steps
2 hours ago via Twitter for Android

@JohnWattsFZ John Watts
Just returned from singing at Occupy Wall Street with Sean Lennon & Rufus Wainwright!!
42 minutes ago via web

Lennon is on the right and Wainwright is on his left.  
At the end, someone Josh Fox (Gasland) says "that one was dedicated to Ben Bernanke" :)

Another video, farther away:

Another video has been posted on YouTube.  It turns out that Wainwright and Lennon and other musicians were there with Josh Fox who made the film, Gasland, and Fox was there as an anti-fracking activist.

Embedding is disabled, but here is the description and the link to the video.

josh fox editor of GASLAND visits OCCUPY WALL STREET and does a human mic teach-in on fracking and than has friends including Rufus Wainwright and Sean Lennon leed the occupiers in an acoustic version f Living in a a Material World. Jeff played Banjo and everyone enjoyed singing together

Originally posted to joanneleon on Sun Oct 23, 2011 at 06:07 PM PDT.

Also republished by ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, DKOMA, Protest Music, and Team DFH.

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