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film by Austin Roa http://www.austinroa.com/ hippo campus: jake luppen - guitar/vocals nathan stocker - guitar/vocals whistler allen - drums zach sutton - bass/vocals featuring: decarlo jackson - trumpet remo drive: erik paulson - vocals/guitar stephen paulson - bass sam mathys - drums zack cummings - guitar michael kwan - keys/aux percussion 11.2.17 - dallas - trees 11.3.17 - austin - mohawk 11.4.17 - houston - white oak music hall
we had a week earlier this summer of little promotional shows on radio stations, in record stores, on a boat, and at youtube studio. it was a good ol' time. video by david kramer
Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the new Hippo Campus album. Hang out with the guys in Pachyderm Studios, tour the place where the band met, & learn which member used to work as a sandwich delivery guy. Also included - an exclusive music video for "Way It Goes". Website: http://www.mnoriginal.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mnoriginal Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mnoriginal Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mnoriginal Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/mnopins #MNOriginal
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Long before Jeff Tweedy was the founder and leader of the enormously popular band Wilco, he was a kid in Illinois with severe migraines and a tendency toward anxiety and depression. He cycled through alcohol, marijuana, and, finally, opioids to try to get to the point of feeling normal and okay, even relying on a fan who worked at Walgreen’s to score him the pills he wanted. Finally, a stint in rehab and a return of self-confidence got him back on track. Our colleagues at APM's Hilarious World of Depression interviewed Tweedy at Wilco's Loft in Chicago. The Current's videographer Nate Ryan accompanied them on the trip and filmed this video. Download the full Hilarious World of Depression episode here: https://www.apmpodcasts.org/thwod/2017/11/jeff-tweedy-didnt-want-to-take-his-doctor-on-tour-because-the-doctor-was-terrible/
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