James Blunt showed some pretty graphic war footage during his concert in NYC last night. When he began the ballad No Bravery, footage started rolling which was taken from James' own camera. Prior to being a singer, James served as a NATO peacekeeper in Kosovo.
The footage portrayed bombed homes, dead bodies and graves interspersed with smiling children flashing peace signs. James said after the show that music is the strongest form of communication, and he wanted to make an impact on his audience. An audience member said the whole place went from swooning to gasps. Here is video taken from James' concert in January, where he shows the same footage.
Do you like the message James is trying to get across by showing his personal footage?