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Barenaked Ladies

Alternative Rock, Rock

Upcoming Events with Barenaked Ladies

Sat Jul 11 · 7 pm
Mohegan Sun Arena - Hartford
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Wed Jul 22 · 6 pm
Stage AE - Pittsburgh
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About

The Barenaked Ladies are a Canadian rock band formed in 1988 in Scarborough, Ontario. The band developed a cult following in Canada, with their self-titled 1991 cassette becoming the first independent release to be certified gold in Canada.

Initially a duo of Ed Robertson and Steven Page, as of 2018, the band is composed of Robertson, Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, and Tyler Stewart. Jim's brother Andy was a member between 1989 and 1995. Page left in 2009, reducing the group to a quartet.

The band's style has evolved throughout their career, and their music which began as exclusively acoustic quickly grew to encompass a mixture of an array of styles including pop, rock, hip hop, rap, etc. The band's cult following translated into success with Gordon in Canada, but it was not until the band's 1996 live album Rock Spectacle and their 1998 fourth studio album Stunt, that they achieved success in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The band's live performances feature comedic banter and free-style rapping between songs. They have won multiple Juno Awards and have been nominated for two Grammy Awards. The group has sold over 15 million records, including albums and singles, and were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in March 2018. "One Week" remains the band's most successful single. Other well-known singles include "It's All Been Done" (which was used as the theme song to the animated series Baby Blues), "Pinch Me", and "The History of Everything" (the theme song to the sitcom The Big Bang Theory). In 2003 they sang the theme song for Odd Job Jack.

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