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Day 347: Back Seat of My Car

I attended a memorial service for someone I knew. I did not know him well, but his death affected me a lot. The memorial service was really special. 214 more words

Why was David Cross reading from the Vagina Monologues at an Edmonton house party?

“My vagina’s angry.”

David Cross seethes as he reads those words from The Vagina Monologues.

Fifty men and women sit or stand around the New York actor/director as he performs in an Edmonton home on a warm October night. 812 more words


Covered: "Since U Been Gone"

Covered is a feature where we examine the merits of various cover songs, debating whether or not they capture the spirit and intent of the original, if the cover adds anything new, and whether or not it perhaps surpasses the original. 482 more words


#ThrowbackThursday – “Since U Been Gone / Maps” by Ted Leo

Let me take you back to 2007 (ish?), to a time when the always amazing Ted Leo covered a Kelly Clarkson song, and then threw in some Yeah Yeah Yeahs for funsies. 6 more words


Ted Leo And Aimee Mann Sing For Lincoln Chafee On 'Conan'

In addition to being talented musicians, Ted Leo and Aimee Mann like to indulge in a bit of comedy here and there, be it in their music videos or, in this instance, by appearing on… 203 more words


Photos: The Both, Terra Lightfoot @ The Mod Club

Photos by: Orest Dorosh – 

Indie rock duo The Both, consisting of Aimee Mann and Ted Leo, who released their self-titled debut album on April 15th, 2014, which was produced by Paul Bryan (Aimee Mann, Norah Jones, Mavis Staples), performed at The Mod Club in Toronto last night with Canadian singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot, who released her newest album, Every Time My Mind Runs Wild, on April 14th, 2015 via Sonic Unyon, which she recorded with Gus van Go and Werner F (Said the Whale, Rah Rah, the Trews).              574 more words


Tonight: Highway 61 Revisited With an All Star Cast at Lincoln Center Out of Doors

In August,1965, Bob Dylan released his second album of that year, Highway 61 Revisited.  It was the album where Dylan went electric.  It’s first track, Like a Rolling Stone, was the first six minute single ever released (although most radio stations at the time played only the first half of that song).  157 more words

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