There are hundreds, if not thousands, of songs to start a revolution. Some songs are immediate, like The Rolling Stones cut that leads our list “Street Fighting Man”. Music that gets the blood going, feet moving towards the barricades. Other songs encourage community, as Brandi Carlile offers with her cut for the youth movement, “Hold Out Your Hand”. Like the political climate in our country, the issues are many. The answers may be on our list and questions may arise. What is clear is that people are pissed off and looking to take charge of the lives and their country. As Della Mae lead a protest down to “Boston Town”, Willie Nile is the pied piper walking the path of righteousness with “One Guitar” while Nick Lowe asks “(What’s So Funny About) Peace, Love, and Understanding” with his band Brinsley Schwartz and The Tillers dig up a spot for “Revolution Row”. Pokey LaFarge urges for a “Riot in the Streets”, Aaron Lee Tasjan takes on the plight of travelers with “Refugee Blues” and Otis Taylor suggests making a move with “Jump Out of Line”. Tracy Chapman is “Talkin’ About a Revolution” while Reckless Johnny Wales warns “The War Will Come to You” as Mavis Staples stands proud against abuse with “We Go High”. American Aquarium observe that no matter what the challenge, their fellow citizens can handle whatever comes their way as they sing of the stamina and resilience of the American people with “Tough Folks”.