The 46th President of the United States is immersed in Irish culture in the 60s. He loves Bruce Springsteen, poet Seamus Heaney and the Irish traditional music group Chieftains.
Due to health restrictions, “We can’t travel to play Joe Biden’s nomination, we’re sorry, it was such an honor to be invited, Chief Leader Paddy Moloney told the site Irish Central, Monday, January 18th. I hope he wants to invite us back in the next few months. “ The 46th President of the United States will comfort himself with Lady Gaga singing the American song. However, Chieftains, a traditional Irish music group founded in 1962, is truly his favorite group. In a magazine interview People In 2012, Joe Biden explained that his absolute dream was to sing Shenandova By their side. In 2016, during an official visit to Ireland, he went to see them at fluteist Matt Molloy’s bar in Westport.
Compared to other Democratic presidents such as John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Barack Obama, Joe Biden is not a cultist. In Washington, during his eight years as vice president, he attended only seven cultural events, including an Irish festival, a symphony concert, an opera, a ballet, and a theater master class. The same is true of his Delaware situation. At 78, Joe Biden doesn’t have the image of a “cool” estate, but a picture of someone like “Daddy”. Very logically, he has tastes of his age. When he was eighteen, he loved the culture of the 60s. Everything that reminds me of his Irish origin.
In music, he quotes, according to a Spotify playlist published in 2016 We take care of ourselves Bruce Springsteen, Join Of the Beetles, You son is beautiful Joe Cocker. He also loves Rod Stewart, Elton John, Tina Turner, Al Green and Ray Charles. Among recent artists, he is a fan of Adele, Sam Smith, Coldplay, and … Lady Gaga. He loves going to Broadway occasionally to see shows with his family Ugly Song by French clique-Michael Schnberg and Alain Bubble Do you hear people singing?.
In the film category, he still quotes only one film released in 1981: Chariot of fire Hugh Hudson with Ben Cross and Ian Charleson. Live story of two British athletes competing in the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris. Jewish English overcomes anti-Semitism and class barriers to confront the so-called Flying Scotsman, a Presbyterian Protestant. The film won four Oscars in 1982 for its commitment, passion and respect for values, including Best Picture. “Putting your principles before fame and glory is my real heroism, that’s why I like this movie”, Joe Biden explained to the TV channel CBS. In literature, he appreciates the short stories of the American writer John Grisham, and of course the works of the Irish writer James Joyce and the 1995 Nobel Prize-winning Irish poet Seamus Heaney.
Intense defender of culture
However, Joe Biden is considered a best friend of artists and writers. Throughout his long career as a Delaware Congress nominee and later vice president, he has always been a strong defender of culture. The budgets of two particularly important federal cultural organizations are: the National Endowment for the Arts (NAA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). These institutions sponsor large museums such as the Met, Theaters, and Art Organization in rural areas. Under the presidency of Donald Trump, they were seriously threatened with extinction.
Joe Biden has supported a number of important cultural projects, including the creation of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. During the investment ceremony, the museum hosted an online exhibition for African Americans at the White House, and the slaves of Kamala Harris, the first African American woman to become Vice President. Cultural circles have high hopes for Joe Biden’s first months as president. The urgency is to regain control of the pandemic so that cinemas, theaters, museums and concert halls can reopen as soon as possible.
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