John Rich

Industry Shocker: John Rich’s New Song “Progress” Overcomes Censorship [Video]

Craig HueyConstitutional Rights, Culture Wars, Deep State, Economics Leave a Comment

John Rich is a Nashville singer and songwriter.

He doesn’t have a music label…

He has no music publisher…

He doesn’t even have a PR firm…

But he has great talent, a passion for truth, and a loyal fanbase.

He just released a new song called Progress directly onto Truth Social and Rumble.

The skyrocketing success of Progress surprised everyone, including the big record labels—It even surprised Rich when the song exploded to No. 1 on the Apple iTunes song chart within a matter of days of it’s release.

“I just got a song that speaks to a lot of people, said songwriter/performer John Rich, “and Truth and Rumble pushed it out there. And man, I’m really proud of what we did today.”

Knowing that he’d probably get censored by the big record labels, radio stations, and even social media giants like Facebook and YouTube, he decided to go the alternative media route.

“When I’m talking about them shutting down our voices, I’m talking about Twitter and YouTube and Facebook,” Rich said. “So, I thought, you know what, I’m gonna reach out to Truth Social and Rumble because they still allow free speech over there… Why would I launch this song on the platforms that I’m railing against in the lyrics?”

In the song, he sings:

There’s a hole in this country where its heart used to be…

They say build it back better…

Make America great.

If that’s the wave of the future, all I’ve got to say is,

Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine.

Keep your big mess away from me and mine.

If you leave us alone, we’d all be just fine…

Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine…

They say let go of Jesus,

Let government say.

You can have back your freedoms if you do what we say…

See Rich’s music video Progress.

Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.

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