Martin Lewis

Co-Producer of the Secret Policeman's Ball

Guest

Humorist and commentator who writes about politics and pop culture for the Huffington Post; one of the pioneers of rock benefits, starting with the "Secret Policeman's Ball" benefits he co-produced for Amnesty International

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