Back to the Future 6 Shot and edited by Darryl Merpaw Sound by Ryan Byrne Lights by Jesse Nash Written by Trent Wilkie Starring Jill Pollock and Trent Wilkie In a World Shot, edited, lit and audio by Brad Thomson Written by Trent Wilkie Starring Trent Wilkie and Christian Zyp
For those who don't know, Ronnie Jimmie 'The funniest man in Canada™', is alive and well and living in Edmonton. Fresh off his recent 'Double Trouble' tour, Jimmie is releasing the latest collection of his work in the form of a comedy album called 'A Day Late and a Loonie Short'. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Ronnie Jimmie releases new comedy album
What do you give someone who has everything? If you said a bag of dicks then you've come to the right place. Dicks By Mail is just that, a bag of (gummy) dicks sent anonymously to whomever you want. Be it your ex, your boss, or just your friends, site owner and Edmontonian Brady Grumpelt thinks … Continue reading Send a friend some Dicks By Mail
Growing up in Cape Breton, I was never really much of a people person. Instead of having a ‘social life’ or acting ‘normal’ with other ‘people’, I was happy to just play in the woods surrounding my house and sharpen sticks with my mother’s kitchen knives.
Did this affect me negatively? Should I be worried that my son may have some of my introverted tendencies? Did eating wood that looked like chicken stunt my interpersonal growth? I’m not a normalcy scientist, how the floppy fuck should I know?
Anyway, I’ve decided to get the hoser out and about. Meeting people. Shaking hands. Drooling hard and taking names. He is a people person after all. I mean, he has pulled more hair and glommed on to more faces than any grown adult I know. He likes…
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Over the past ten years, we’ve accumulated a collection of songs about dogs, Alberta towns, winter and exploding penguins. These songs – performed on CBC’s Irrelevant Show, at North Country Fair, and on various stages throughout Alberta – have been a popular part of our repertoire.
Having performed countless times in the now destroyed Roxy Theatre, Mostly Water Theatre will donate 15% of album sales to Theatre Network.
Produced and recorded in Edmonton’s Norwood Studio, the album features local A-list musicians Nathan Carroll, James Murdoch, and Bradford Tebble.
All the songs are written and performed by the stupid idiots in Mostly Water.
So have a beer. Take a listen. And I don’t know…
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