Friday Jukebox: Canadians and Texans Edition


Mark of New Jersey

Mark is a Founding Editor of The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, the predecessor of Ordinary Times.

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13 Responses

  1. Avatar greginak says:

    early BNL is great.


    • They are to this day one of exactly two bands I’ve seen multiple times in concert.  And I haven’t seen them in concert since 1999.Report

      • Avatar Tod Kelly says:

        I miss them.  They were pretty damn reliable for great albums and concerts for a long, long time.Report

        • Avatar Dave Ruddell says:

          I went to the same high school as Steve and Ed; they were a few years older than me, but I did see them play (at an assembly in the auditorium) when BNL was just the two of them in 1989.  And yes, they had ‘If I had $1 000 000’ even back then.Report

  2. Avatar Jaybird says:

    “The Old Apartment” was going to be the music video I put in this thread but decided against it at the last minute.

    I am pleased that it is here now.Report

  3. Avatar ~trumwill says:

    Is there a story involving Pat Green and your marriage?Report

    • A story? No.  But if there’s a song that we’d call “our song,” it’d be a Pat Green song, and probably this one.  We both became aware of him not long after we started dating and he was sort of the one musician that we grew to enjoy together.Report

  4. Oddly enough, I’m pretty sure that post was one of the reasons BNL’s been back on my mind the last few days.  That, and the fact that they’ve suddenly been showing up on my Pandora feed.Report

  5. Avatar Plinko says:

    ‘Alcohol’ remains the only BNL song I really love.Report

  6. Avatar Christopher Carr says:

    Anybody who professes love for both John Wayne and Jesus has signaled properly to my wallet and the wallets of my in-group.Report