Love Your Enemy
Solo Anti Folker, street performer and punk rock frontman Pete Cassani has been playing the streets, subways, clubs and coffeehouses of the world for 15 years. Best known for his work with The Peasants of Boston, Pete has been on over 250 College Radio Stations, 10 US tours, 5 European tours and hundreds of New England Appearances. The Peasants have opened for such notable acts as Aerosmith, The White Stripes and The Stray Cats. Their songs have appeared on MTV, VH-1, The Shield (Cable TV) show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Nightline, World News Tonight and Good Morning America. The Peasants are a powerful live rock band with a lot to say. During the summer months they take full advantage of Harvard Square in Cambridge, the one place in the United States where musicians are legally allowed to play outside. Love Your Enemy is the third Peasant record to date. It opens with the stolen election of 2000 by George W Bush and carries into the illegal invasion of Iraq. Love and love lost, hard rock, metal, ballads and pop. In short, a typical Peasant record with alot of different styles and songs that mean something.