When did Joe Strummer say the Future Is Unwritten?

When did Joe Strummer say the Future Is Unwritten?

Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten opens November 9, 2007.

Who said the Future Is Unwritten?

Joe Strummer
The text, “The Future Is Unwritten,” is a quote from Joe Strummer of the punk group The Clash, who was a dedicated advocate for the working class. The flower growing from the barbed wire is symbolic of the negative being overcome by the positive — a visual metaphor for hope in the unwritten future.

Who was Joe strummers wife?

Lucinda Taitm. 1995–2002
Joe Strummer/Wife

Joe Strummer was the leader of The Clash and a spokesman for his generation. Five years after his death, his widow Lucinda Mellor speaks for the first time about his life, love and legacy.

What killed Joe Strummer?

22 December 2002
Joe Strummer/Date of death

Who was lead singer for the clash?

The Clash/Lead singers
The world has been without Joe Strummer for a decade. The co-founder and lead singer of The Clash died Dec. 22, 2002, of an undiagnosed heart defect at just 50 years old. Yet even his most topical songs continue to resonate.

Are any of the clash still alive?

On 6 September 2013, the three surviving members of the classic lineup (Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon) reunited again for an exclusive BBC Radio 6 Music show to promote their legacy and the release of Sound System.

Is Paul Simonon married?

Tricia Ronanem. 1990–2006
Paul Simonon/Spouse

Where is Paul Simonon now?

In the years since the punk pioneers split up, Simonon has forged a successful career as an visual artist (returning to his first love) and more recently, joined forces with Damon Albarn to play live with his group Gorillaz, and form The Good, The Bad & The Queen (GBQ).

Was Paul Simon in the clash?

Paul Gustave Simonon (/ˈsɪmənən/; born 15 December 1955) is an English musician and artist best known as the bassist for The Clash.

Are any members of the clash still alive?