For their submission for the 2020 NPR Tiny Desk Contest, Justin Trawick and The Common Good enlisted the help of the audience for a 100% fan filmed video. Before their final song at DC9 on February 28th in Washington DC, the band unplugged their instruments and walked off stage into the middle of the packed audience. Performing around a desk, friends and fans were asked simply to film the band from all angles and later email Justin their footage. Nobody had any idea that this would be the band’s final song of their final show before the world came to a halt from the coronavirus.
As the leader of nineties pop rockers 4 Non Blondes Linda Perry broke down barriers in the male dominates music business and created one of the decade’s most catchy songs: “What’s Up?” Perry released one stellar album with the band before going out on her own.
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