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Wednesday, Aug 06, 2014

The Sheepdogs: A Trolley Show

Canadians perform 'Alright OK' on the MTS

By Ryan Bradford

It makes sense that The Sheepdogs would hail from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Simultaneously rugged and earnest, they'd be right at home in a group of lumberjacks. But their musical accomplishments are just as impressive as their beards, including three Juno awards and the distinction of being the only unsigned act to grace the cover of Rolling Stone.

In this episode of A Trolley Show, the Canadian band performs “Alright OK,” a blue-collar folk-rocker that—as evidenced by the title—is so easygoing that it makes your sunbathing cat look like he’s working too hard.




 
 
 
 
 
 
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