Singer songwriter John Ondrasik of Five for Fighting talks about his newest social morality song: “We’re not OK.”
Five For Fighting releases “OK” music video addressing Israel-Hamas conflict in Middle East initiated by events of Oct. 7
In the just released musical composition/video of “OK,” singer/songwriter John Ondrasik expresses his heartfelt view about the October 7th Hamas attacks in Israel, while addressing the cultural aftermath both in America and around the world. John Ondrasik aka Five For
Five for Fighting’s John Ondrasik tells how he journeyed into war-torn Ukraine to record a remarkable video with a Ukrainian orchestra.
Five for Fighting’s John Ondrasik’s new song was inspired by Ukraine’s President Zelensky, “a modern day Winston Churchill,” and the Ukrainian people.
Grammy-nominated Five for Fighting’s John Ondrasik’s new docu-music video that was released on January 3, was pulled down by YouTube on January 7, and then reinstated later that day with an apology from YouTube. John Ondrasik’s statement: “After receiving widespread criticism on
Caution: Graphic content Singer-songwriter John Ondrasik has just released “the White House” version of his Afghanistan withdrawal song “Blood on My Hands.” You can watch it at the link below the photo. More information follows. https://youtu.be/e4TUAYg0UCw Watch the Full Measure
After more than a year and a half, the federal government has finally reopened our northern and southern borders to “non-essential” travelers coming into the U.S. by car or on foot. In a policy move that baffled Democrats and Republicans
Through time, songwriters have pulled from heart-wrenching current events for inspiration. Today, we visit with John Ondrasik, who is better known as Five for Fighting. His famous song Superman became an anthem for 9/11 heroes. Now he’s writing about Afghanistan.