color me obsessed
By firstname.lastname@example.org on May 16, 2014
Director Gorman Bechard is tonight’s special guest to discuss the DVD release of Broken Side of Time.
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By email@example.com on June 14, 2013
An almost all-interview show, with Gorman Bechard chatting about the Replacements reunion, and members of Cursive and Teenage Bottlerocket promoting upcoming Sioux Falls appearances.
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By firstname.lastname@example.org on December 7, 2012
Director Gorman Bechard returns to Live Ledge to discuss the DVD releases of Color Me Obsessed and What Did You Expect?, and to also talk about his next project, A Dog Named Gucci.
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By email@example.com on October 28, 2012
Two days before the release of his excellent new album, In the Dusk of Everything, Matthew Ryan woke up early on a Sunday to talk about the new album and share some of his favorite bands and tunes.
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By firstname.lastname@example.org on June 17, 2012
The 25th anniversary of the release of The Replacements’ Pleased to Meet Me is celebrated!