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Published: 2009/12/29

Futurama’s ‘Bender,’ Jason Crosby Join Common Rotation

California-based folk group Common Rotation performed at New York’s Living Room this past Sunday. Throughout the entire night the group was augmented by Jillinda Palmer on accordion and piano and They Might Be Giants’ Dan Miller dobro and (Common Rotation has clocked in time on the road with They Might Be Giants). Living Room regular Jason Crosby also sat in with the band throughout the night, including a show-opening version of “No Love At All,” “Forget For a While,” “Kingdom” and “Bitter Honey.”

In addition, John DiMaggio, an actor best known as the voice of Bender on Futurama, sang harmonies with the group on “Surround Face,” “Kingdom” and an A cappella version of “You Always Hurt the One Your Love.” DiMaggio also beatboxed with Common Rotation on a cover of MIA’s “Paper Planes” that featured Crosby.

Common Rotation will appear at Hollywood, CA’s The Hotel Café on February 5, while DiMaggio will em ncee Yonder Mountain String Band’s New Year’s Eve shows at Denver’s Fillmore.

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Nice artical,looking for your update.

Hasnae April 22, 2012, 05:19:40

Observer,I’m so glad to see the steps that the people are tnkaig towards a better Armenia. But, I’m still flabbergasted to see who they are following, who they are fighting for. Do they not remember that LTP and his party cut deeper wounds that till this day have not healed? As much as I’m all about the peoples rights, it’s mind boggling to see what they are fighting for. How ironic would it be to have the 1st lady of Armenia not be Armenian, AGAIN!? Do you think that Israel would allow for such a thing? Sad to say, but our people have turned to puppets. They are being manipulated towards a point of no return.

Mutallim April 23, 2012, 22:23:20

12th January 2011 at 10:17 amLoving the attitude. The Daily Mail are iditos, but it’s nice to have an official representative stand up and say it in black and white. Reply

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