BA Johnston is one of my favourite contemporary musicians — a funny and often touching songwriter, but more and most importantly the best performer I’ve ever seen. If you haven’t seen his scrappy one-man show (no excuse — it’s always free at the *reads name off hand* Jimmy Jazz, and I swear he’s there like every six months), I don’t even want to describe it to you. Just go, yo. Live your best life.
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