Greg Graffin

singer, co-founder of Bad Religion, and professor at Cornell University in New York

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“It's a real accomplishment when Bad Religion gets played on the radio, because we really don't water down our message," says co-founder Greg Graffin.

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“It's a real accomplishment when Bad Religion gets played on the radio, because we really don't water down our message," says co-founder Greg Graffin.

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