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Constant Comedy

Comedian/Director Bobcat Goldthwait’s new documentary, Call Me Lucky, illuminates the life and comedy of Barry Crimmins who pioneered the 1980s Boston comedy scene, launching the careers of Goldtwhwait, Steven Wright, Denis Leary and more. Crimmins is required listening for fans of Bill Hicks as the two share a love of impassioned political ranting hidden in [...]

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Early Lynne Sachs

Experimental filmmaker Lynne Sachs will be coming to Nashville from her New York home next week to screen a selection of experimental films from her 30 years in cinema. Originally from Memphis, one of Sachs’s earliest movies was a music video of a kind that she made for her pal, Memphis musician Randy Brand. The [...]

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Grungespiracies

Over the weekend, while many of us were involved in some kind of springtime revelry whether motivated by Easter, the equinox, the lunar eclipse or just the general retreat of the winter weather, I enjoyed a fun Saturday night and a lazy Sunday: I played a set at the Melodia Studio open house on Saturday [...]

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