The Homeless Gospel Choir: Finding Salvation Through Punk Rock

Derek Zanetti’s father used to be a drug dealer who was addicted to crack. A bipolar personality who was handy with his fists, he would also dole out beatings to both his wife and their son. “My dad was very abusive,” says Derek, who today trades under the name The Homeless Gospel Choir. “My dad was very heavy-handed. He was a very hard man. He was difficult to please and he was difficult to ...

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