Wrong song posted, but I’m leaving it. The way he delivers the first line of this puts me at ease.

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13 August 2014 ·

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13 August 2014 ·

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11 August 2014 ·

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11 August 2014 ·

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29 July 2014 ·

The last DVD I ever rented from Blockbuster Video was the Dixie Chicks documentary, “Shut Up & Sing.”

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25 July 2014 ·

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23 July 2014 ·

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7 July 2014 ·

A (mid-day) chance for groovin’.

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30 May 2014 ·

I’ve been listening to a lot of ZZ Top lately. I grew up in the 90s and 2000s, so the ZZ Top I knew was already into the greatest hits phase and just playing “Tush” on TV a lot. Knew they could play, but their concerts were backing-track heavy at that point, so I just didn’t get excited enough to bother looking into the pre-big-ole-beards stuff until recently.

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22 May 2014 ·

Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote a big piece about reparations, and people are talking about it, and I’m using it as an excuse to post one of my favorite bits. This and the track that follows it, “Race War,” are probably my favorites on the album. The rundown of “people they killed” is perfect. The “getchohandoutmypock-” line destroyed me the first time I heard it.

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22 May 2014 ·

Skated the Beltline yesterday evening listening to the new Tune-Yards album. She speeds up and slows down and digs in and has so many beats going on that it’s perfect for skating.

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7 May 2014 ·

Shoutout to Mobile.

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12 November 2013 ·

Rhythm playing.

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4 November 2013 ·

Favorite song about cheating.

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2 September 2013 ·

About Me

Kevin Saucier likes to tell jokes and rollerblade, and he does both as often as he can. He produces a show called SHAKE with comedian Shalewa Sharpe. He can be seen regularly at the Laughing Skull Lounge and the Improv Comedy Club in Atlanta.