The Story
It’s Monday, so that must mean it’s time for another installation of QUARANTINE COMPOSITIONS!
Look, I get it. You’re part of the gig economy, own a small business, not a healthcare or essential worker and one of the 22 million folks that filed for unemployment, and… you’re really pissed! And yes, I went to music school, not medical school, but you don’t need to be a world-class epidemiologist to figure out 1) you can’t see, smell or taste this thing that can kill you, 2) it can kill you in really horrible ways (, 3) we have nowhere near enough tests for everybody to know if we even have the thing, and 4) we have no cure!
The only thing that’s workin’ right now is staying inside and away from each other.
Now, what do you think’s gonna happen if we all run outside tomorrow and start acting like it’s January?
In this week’s QUARANTINE COMPOSITION, I’ve wanted to bottle up all that angst, rage and anger. So come with me now and release your inner rock goddess with… LOCKDOWN PROTEST KNUCKLEHEADS.

Kevin Saunders Hayes

Lockdown Protest Knuckleheads


Episode 4 from Quarantine Stories, the weekly series of original music inspired by the fear, hope, tragedy and everyday weirdness of life that was New York City during the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown.

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