BALTIMORE (AP) — A former Maryland man who writes protest songs has become a go-to entertainer to fire up crowds before Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul speaks.
The Baltimore Sun reports Jordan Page has performed nine times as an opening act for Paul . The 32-year-old’s protest songs decry big government, big business and the military-industrial complex. The songs seem to strike a chord with supporters of Paul, the 10-term Texas congressman.
Page’s used to live with his family on the Eastern Shore, and after he got married he lived in Annapolis and played in local clubs. The father of three now lives in Indiana.
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