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Johnny Punish of Twisted Nixon is back with The Strange Story




Former punk rocker Johnny Punish from 90s underground punk band Twisted Nixon(1996-2002) has self-released his latest rock album in the form of his 2nd Greatest Hits record titled "The Strange Story of Johnny Punish, Vol. 2 (2010-2016)" on his own DIY indie label Success Spear LLC.
Filled with 17 of his best rock tunes, Punish pushes his artistic boundaries into the 21st century creating diverse music from his own private home studio playing most all the instruments and doing his own production. 
Punish is an active global social justice warrior, eco-activist, socially responsible businessman, and syndicated writer and broadcaster finds time to do his music art inbetween producing his own irreverent political music podcast The Johnny Punish Show for VeteransTodayLive.com. 
In addition, Punish is also a political writer who has penned over 300 articles on freedom, liberty, and justice around the world writing opt-eds for VeteransToday.com and other truth telling web sites.
Since 2000, Punish has delivered his sincere from the heart true global message from his self built eco-earthbag home studio dome on a dirt road with chickens.  As he says, he "lives relatively free in an unfree world pledging allegiance to the earth and all the human beings and sharing the positive energy".  
To share the good energy, Punish has created his 50 plus song very personal record trilogy The Strange Story of Johnny Punish, Volumes 1,2, and 3. (2000-2016).  It is available now on on ItunesAmazon.combandcamp.com and all digital platforms. 
Punish Resources: ReverbNation – Music – Johnny Punish Show – Facebook – Twitter – Join Mailing List

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