Satirical songster Dave Lippman takes to the road with the Bard of the Bankers, Wild Bill Bailout, in hot pursuit. Current victims of his parody and thrust include climate change default swaps, Sport Futility Vehicles, the Axis of Pretty Bad, and of course Wal-Mart. Get ready for high-end pop rewrites and some very wise cracks.
"Lippman is a national treasure" - L.A.
"Viciously funny" - Guardian (England)
"One of my favorite political satirists. This is a very funny man."
- Erich Lee Preminger
"The Dean felt that more harm than good would come from
your visit" - student, Skidmore College, New York
"God, that man can talk! What a great writer!" - Utah
Lippman's songs, released on numerous albums over the last 20 years, bear such bucolic and transcendent titles as "I Hate Walmart" "The Stocks They Are Exchangin'," and "Battle Him in Public." His CDs receive airplay on anticommercial radio throughout the country.
College/high school workshops and classroom sessions available: Lectures with musical/visual presentation and discussion period on Palestine/Israel, Venezuela
Also: The Sixties, Songwriting, Comedy, Advertising