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Musician Nick Nittoli, FreedomTalk Host Kelly Walker Launch ‘CounterCulture’
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New program highlights positive, pro-American music, arts, and entertainment
Hollywood, CA/Nashville, TN—Fresh off the success of the #1 iTunes and Billboard charts rap song, Boycott Target, music artist Nick Nittoli is teaming with conservative journalist and FreedomTalk Founder, Kelly John Walker. The duo has launched a new weekly CounterCulture program on FreedomTalk.
“Nick and I met at a big event on the East Coast and discovered that—while we look quite a bit different and our backgrounds are poles apart—we have a lot of shared values,” said Walker.
“I read some of Kelly’s articles in various publications, and they actually inspired some of my songwriting lyrics,” according to Nittoli. “I knew he was a gifted writer, but I learned later that a lot of people see him as real American hero,” he added. “Kelly’s scholarly depth as host really balances my artistic perspective.”
“I enjoy his music as well as the way he frames today’s issues in the light of modern culture,” said Walker. “There’s a robust anti-woke revolution in music, art, and entertainment that’s rising fast. The more the establishment tries to censor these artists, the stronger the movement grows.”
“It’s important we bring positive American themes to music and entertainment,” added Nittoli, “Good is the new badass.”
Watch CounterCulture episodes via https://linktr.ee/RealFreedomTalk.
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Mr. Nittoli and Mr. Walker are accepting interviews with select media. Please email FreedomTalkMail@gmail.com or call (541) 419-9976 to inquire.
About: FreedomTalk is restoring the soul of America by teaching people to “Think Like a Patriot.” Through compelling video, podcast, and engaging written content—we frame current events in the light of Western values and Judeo-Christian virtues. We collaborate with thought leaders, entertainers, and everyday heroes to expose and defy tyranny, and promote a counterculture where goodness prevails.