Fringe Review: The Terrorism of Everyday Life

I am a terrorist. I got that impression from “Terrorism of Everyday Life” by Ed Hammell. If you think like Ed, you must be a terrorist. Rock infused humor drills from the 70 year old guitar with the massive hole in it. I here the Clash pre-show and I am hooked. I was floored by the slide acoustic ripping at the end. I was laughing at the “Pussy” song.

The politics do more than lean left, they fall of the left cliff. If you are an easily offended Republican, please go. There is nothing here that will offend you. Trust me.


I am a terrorist. I got that impression from “Terrorism of Everyday Life” by Ed Hammell. If you think like Ed, you must be a terrorist. Rock infused humor drills from the 70 year old guitar with the massive hole in it. I here the Clash pre-show and I am hooked. I was floored by the slide acoustic ripping at the end. I was laughing at the “Pussy” song.

The politics do more than lean left, they fall of the left cliff. If you are an easily offended Republican, please go. There is nothing here that will offend you. Trust me.

Ed Hammell is a rough upstate New Yorker who has lived life hard and survived to tell you about it. Music has been his life focus, but laughter is his best message. His off the cuff jokes are almost as good as his songs. He’ll get you shouting “Fuck It” and you will not mind if the kids hear it.

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