The depths of May seems to be the perfect season for fomenting protest.
Perhaps that explains Arcade Fire's act of supporting Quebec student protesters on Saturday Night Live recently.
Win Butler and crew's act of solidarity wasn't the only rebellious music moment that occurred this week in history. This was the week that Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young wrote "Ohio" in 1970 and warned everyone that Nixon was coming. The times, they also a-changed forever because someone was born, and because someone else decided to sit around in bed at a hotel.
Click to launch the gallery below and find out why Nirvana, Tommy Lee, Sublime and some protest singers made music history this week.
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