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Barenaked Ladies: “Fake Nudes” | Talks at Google

In advance of their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the JUNO Awards, Barenaked Ladies stops at Google in their home town of Toronto to perform live and talk about their new album “Fake Nudes.”

Over the last 30 years Barenaked Ladies has sold over 15 million records, played over 1500 shows, and has become embedded in the soundtrack of the lives of Canadians. Over the years they have gained a following with their incredible live performances, and since their song “One Week” hit #1 on the Billboard Top 100 in 1998, they have been universally beloved across North America and the world.

In 2017 they played 45 shows all across Canada to celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial. In November of the same year they released their fifteenth studio album, “Fake Nudes” containing ‘Canada Dry’, the most Canadian song ever written according to Ed Robertson. This year the band will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the JUNO Awards, 25 years after their first JUNO win for “Group of the Year” for their 1992 release “Gordon.”

Barenaked Ladies:
Ed Robertson (guitar, vocals) – Jim Creeggan (bass, vocals) – Kevin Hearn (keyboard, guitar, vocals) – Tyler Stewart (drums, vocals)

Event moderated by Adam Green.

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  1. Surreal hearing Ed talk about learning to play guitar from Neil Young when I learned to play guitar from Ed…also why does Kev not have a pedal for his keyboard? Would drive me nuts on stage – I need that as a security blanket!

  2. People were actually angry that the sang the anthem at the NBA all star game? Really? Sure I'm a BNL fan, but I'm not a massive one compared to others, but Ed is right; if that made you angry and that they sang it the new/better inclusive way, you ARE and idiot!

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