Hampton, Iowa is proud to welcome Jordan Page!

As part of a week long celebration marking the 225th Anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution, I would like to announce Jordan Page has agreed to perform at the historic Hampton Band Shell on September 22, 2012!

“Jordan Page is a young Singer/Songwriter and itinerant musician seeking to mobilize a new generation to stand up for their country and the rights of the individual.  Jordan uses his talents to promote a message of peace while educating and mobilizing resistance to tyranny and the erosion of American civil rights.

A mix of acoustic rock, hard rock, and folk, Jordan puts forth a powerful lyrical message with equally impactful music to educate and entertain simultaneously.  He embodies the protesting spirit of Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle and Eddie Vedder before him, which is so rare in music today.  Speaking truth to power in song, Jordan has raised his voice against Corporate Fraud and misguided Government policies with the hopes of activating a new generation to social conscience and peaceful political protest. Like his forebears, Jordan seeks to change society and the world for the better through his words and his music.  He empowers his audience by letting them know that the real revolution begins with the individual.” (from Jordan Page’s facebook page)

We’re very excited to have Jordan join us for what we hope will be a joyous celebration of our nation’s founding.  In the future, we hope to announce other events to take place as part of our Liberty Week celebration.

Hampton is the county seat of Franklin County in north central Iowa.  Wherever it is you live, if you’re a fan of liberty and the message of freedom, we hope you’ll join us this September as we celebrate our nation’s freedom.

Shawn Dietz
Hampton, Iowa

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