The Same Old Songs, But Live

by Molly Lewis

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about

If college is about preparing yourself for a lifelong, satisfying career, Molly Lewis did college right — though, to the chagrin of her professors, most of her education took place outside the university campus.

She "job-shadowed with industry professionals" like Jonathan Coulton, Paul and Storm, and Marian Call; she did a few "unpaid internships" at W00tstock and conventions; she attended "industry nights" like Dragon*Con and PAX.

But a board of advisors at her university disagreed, telling her that though her extracurricular musical pursuits were interesting, they were "a distraction" from her "real responsibility" of being a full-time student.

On June 22nd 2012, Molly walked out of her last university class ever, thereby completing her degree requirements and graduating. A few days later, with the help of Dammit Liz, she put on a sold out concert at The Triple Door in Seattle. Suck on THAT, board of advisors.

This is the live album of that show.

credits

released June 22, 2013

Jason Finn - drums
Vixy & Tony - vocals & guitar (respectively)
Betsy Tinney - cello
Sunnie Larsen - violin, vocals
Marian Call - kazoo

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