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Nellie McKay: Live in the Greene Space

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lou Reed, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” have all called upon the talents of pop polymath Nellie McKay. She joins us in The Greene Space to play songs from a whimsical, genre-defying album called Home Sweet Mobile Home.

 

Lou Reed, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” have all called upon the talents of pop polymath Nellie McKay. She joins us to play songs from a whimsical, genre-defying album called Home Sweet Mobile Home.

 

 

 

 

 

Today's Playlist:

1. "Bodega" - Home Sweet Mobile Home

2. Live Perofrmance - "Carribean Time"

3. Live performance - "Beneath the Underdog"

4. Live Performance - "The Porta"

5. " Bruise On The Sky"

Guests:

Nellie McKay

Comments [6]

dina from downtown

This woman is a genius, period. What a breath of rare fresh air. Not for everybody but that's par for the course with things that are truly exceptional. Kudos to WNYC for bringing Nellie to the people - more please!

Oct. 30 2010 01:10 AM
rick

she sounds like a product of Edie Brickell

Oct. 27 2010 03:17 PM
ragarm from NY, NY

I love Ms. Mckay -- I think she is lovely and unusual.

Oct. 12 2010 02:26 PM
Capper from NYC

I suppose she thinks she's cute. I guess she likes living within a perpetual inside joke.

Sorry...don't get it.

Gracious is completely missing her.

Oct. 12 2010 02:13 PM
Douglas Wood from New York, New York

Mobile Alabama!!!!! It's pronounced MO-BEAL, Alabama!!!! Unfortunately, I have to totally agree with Vinny on this one. This is painful!

Oct. 12 2010 02:11 PM
Vinny from Manalapan, NJ

She's cute, but listening to this is a chore. Retarded white people indeed.

Oct. 12 2010 02:08 PM

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