Henry Rollins: The Long March
Grammy Award-winning spoken word artist and punk icon Henry Rollins will bring his The Long March tour to New York City, stopping at Joe’s Pub at The Public for five nights. Rollins’ Joe’s Pub run will kick off the third North American leg of an international tour. In anticipation of The Long March, Rolling Stone spoke with Rollins about the upcoming election and what inspired his material. The Long March tour began in the UK in January and has already included over 115 shows on four continents. Rollins started his North American tour in September with 51 pre-election dates entitled The Capitalism Tour. On November 8th, he will begin the post-election portion of the tour which consists of five residencies in New York, Chicago, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles and begins at Joe’s Pub. The Long March is filled with interesting anecdotes and Rollins’ timely commentary on the state of the nation informed by his world travels and life experience. With the first New York date just days after November 6th, Joe’s Pub audiences will have the unique privilege of hearing Rollin’s fresh and exciting commentary with the outcome of the election still on our minds. Regardless of who wins this November, audiences will be captivated by Rollins’ charismatic stage presence and unique perspectives on the direction we are heading in as a country.