20 Famous Republican Musicians
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1. Joe Perry
2. Alice Cooper
When I read the list of people who are supporting Kerry, if I wasn't already a Bush supporter, I would have immediately switched.
3. Frank Sinatra
Here is a video of Reagan roasting Sinatra.
4. 50 Cent
Rapper 50 cent admitted in an interview he is a republican. He told GQ in 2005 that George W. Bush is "incredible... a gangsta. I wanna meet George Bush, just shake his hand and tell him how much of me I see in him."
5. LL Cool J
6. Wayne Newton
7. Johnny Ramone
"I'm an ultra conservative...I'm not a God damn Hollywood liberal, I'm not..." he said, according to Fox News.
8. Gene Simmons
9. Dave Mustaine
Dave Mustaine, the frontman of thrash metal band Megadeth, and the original lead guitarist of Metallica is a serious republican. In an interview with MusicRadar, Mustaine said, "I'm just hoping that whatever is in the White House next year is a Republican."
9. Meat Loaf
10. Trace Adkins
Country singer Trace Adkins is a well-known conservative/republican and a lifelong supporter of the Republican Party. He performed at the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. In 2015, he performed the National Anthem at Tennessee Republican Governor Bill Haslam's second inauguration.
11. Ted Nugent
Rock star Ted Nugent is a vocal supporter of the Republican Party and various associated conservative causes, specifically gun rights and hunter's rights.
At a concert in August 2007, Ted Nugget said:
Obama, he's a piece of shit. I told him to suck on my machine gun. Hey Hillary...You might want to ride one of these into the sunset, you worthless bitch.
12. Hank Williams Jr.
Country star Hank Williams Jr. is also a full-on conservative/republican. At a performance at the Iowa State Fair in August 2012, Williams told the audience, "We've got a Muslim president who hates farming, hates the military, hates the U.S., and we hate him!"
13. Sonny Bono
Singer Sonny Bono, husband of singer Cher, entered politics in late 80s and was mayor of Palm Springs, California, from 1988 to 1992. In 1992, he ran for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in 1992, but the nomination went to the more conservative Bruce Herschensohn, and the Democrat Barbara Boxer won the election.
14. Britney Spears
15. Nicki Minaj
16. Jessica Simpson
17. Lee Ann Womack
In 2004, country music singer Lee Ann Womack performed "I Hope You Dance" at the Republican National Convention, in which George W. Bush was nominated for his second term as President of the United States. Sara Evans and Larry Gatlin also performed at the convention.
18. Kid Rock
Ted Nugent, Donald Trump and Kid Rock
19. Sully Erna
I'm a Republican. I want Republican... I don't necessarily want Bush to win. I don't like that choice, but I gotta tell you, I don't truly believe in the Democrats either, man. I don't like the way they think. I don't like, I don't love Bush, I'll tell you that, but I want a Republican in office.
20. Avenged Sevenfold
democrats are a bunch of -- idiots where everyone looks at Michael Moore and does what he says.
The band said that the song "Blinded in Chains" from City of Evil is about the philosophical war between Republicans and Democrats.