Articles tagged nellie mckay

18 Oct 2010 // 1:00 PM

Nellie McKay on the Radio

In some ways, Nellie McKay is the quintessential New Yorker. She has the insouciance of the sophisticate and the naïveté of the innocent all

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Nellie McKay: Home Sweet Mobile Home

Nellie McKay zaps the consumerist cool kids and hipsters of the 21st century and employs humor to direct her barbs deeply into her targets.

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Songwriting and Social Activism: An Interview With Nellie McKay

"If you keep your opinions and knowledge to yourself, it doesn’t change anything." McKay talks to PopMatters about her current projects, social activism, and philosophy of life in general.

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20 Questions: Nellie McKay

The fictional character most like 'schizophrenic voodoo' girl, Nellie McKay? A mix of Lassie, Scarlett O'Hara, Godzilla and Nancy Drew. These and other reveling facets of her character are discussed with PopMatters 20 Questions.

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Nellie McKay’s playful personality belies her over-the-top talent

New York singer/songwriter Nellie McKay is absolutely brilliant and bloody confounding. She has more retro range than Amy Winehouse, more musical depth than Alicia

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According to Nellie McKay, some musicians are as skillful with their instruments as the finest artists are with oil paints. “Me, I’m still doodling,”

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Nellie McKay: Obligatory Villagers

On her brief third album, Nellie McKay combines a mish-mash of musical theater styles with clever wordplay. The results are a mixed bag.

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Nellie McKay: Pretty Little Head

Nellie McKay's excellent second album, Pretty Little Head, surfaces at last, revealing a greatly matured songwriter on top of her game.

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	Nellie McKay: Get Away From Me

I am about to say some very churlish things about a very good record by an incredibly talented young woman. I am not going to

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Ten Great Criterion Titles: What to Watch and Why

// Short Ends and Leader

"As the Criterion Collection's ever-growing roster shows, there are simply too many great pictures out on home video to know what to do with.

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