The pop-rock wits behind “One Week” tout their latest album, Silverball
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Rock The Ribbon II featuring Barenaked Ladies
How do you explain Barenaked Ladies’ humorous alt-rock to a non-Barenaked Ladies fan?: you just can’t reason with people born without joy glands
Older BNL songs that strike the perfect balance between silly and heart-tugging: “Brian Wilson,” “Jane,” “Pinch Me”
BNL song that even those without a radio have heard: the rapid-fire evolution lesson that is the theme for The Big Bang Theory
Another science-related project: frontman Ed Robertson wrote “I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)” with astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield, who played guitar and sang with him from aboard the International Space Station
Their latest studio album: 2015’s Silverball, which AllMusic.com describes as “featuring intimate, reflective, melodic songs, tinged with both a wry humor and bittersweet maturity… they deserve every ‘whoop!’ they can get.”
Their latest live album:BNL Rocks Red Rocks, a live recording from the June 2015 show that saw BNL accompany Colin Hay on his No. 1 hit, “Who Can It Be Now”