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JFK in Pop Culture

JFK in Pop Culture


The assassination of John F. Kennedy, now over 4 decades ago, still continues to reverberate through popular culture. The website Turn Me On, Dead Man(1) catalogues numerous rock 'n' roll songs that have referenced the 1963 event and offers analysis and lyrics for some of them.
Screenprint:(2) Andy Warhol (1968)

1. http://www.turnmeondeadman.net/JFK/PopCulture.html
2. http://www.artnet.com/magazine_pre2000/news/wrobinson/wrobinson9-4-19.asp

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