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May 27, 1992 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Topping the bestseller lists is OK; winning literary awards may be fine, but several of America's most famed authors had other words on their minds. Like, for example: "I said a nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah, nah nah nah . . . nah nah nah nah . . . ." If not immediately evident, that was the sound of Pulitzer-packing humorist Dave Barry kicking off "Land of 1,000 Dances" with the group the Rock Bottom Remainders. The band played Monday night at the Cowboy Boogie Co.
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May 28, 1992 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Topping the bestseller lists is OK; winning literary awards may be fine, but several of America's most famed authors had other words on their minds. Like, for example: "I said a nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah, nah nah nah . . . nah nah nah nah. . . ." If not immediately evident, that was the sound of Pulitzer-packing humorist Dave Barry kicking off "Land of 1,000 Dances" with the group the Rock Bottom Remainders.
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May 18, 1992 | Dennis McLellan
"A" PARTY: It may be the most literate pickup band in history: Stephen King on rhythm guitar, Dave Barry on lead guitar and Robert Fulghum on mandocello, with Matt Groening and Roy Blount as backup singers. They call themselves the Rock Bottom Remainders, and their debut performance at a nearby club should be the convention's hippest party. . . . "I've been practicing at the local karaoke bar," says Amy Tan, above, one of three Remainderettes.
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May 27, 1992 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Topping the bestseller lists is OK; winning literary awards may be fine, but several of America's most famed authors had other words on their minds. Like, for example: "I said a nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah, nah nah nah . . . nah nah nah nah . . . ." If not immediately evident, that was the sound of Pulitzer-packing humorist Dave Barry kicking off "Land of 1,000 Dances" with the group the Rock Bottom Remainders. The band played Monday night at the Cowboy Boogie Co.
NEWS
May 28, 1992 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Topping the bestseller lists is OK; winning literary awards may be fine, but several of America's most famed authors had other words on their minds. Like, for example: "I said a nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah nah, nah nah nah, nah nah nah . . . nah nah nah nah. . . ." If not immediately evident, that was the sound of Pulitzer-packing humorist Dave Barry kicking off "Land of 1,000 Dances" with the group the Rock Bottom Remainders.
NEWS
May 18, 1992 | Dennis McLellan
"A" PARTY: It may be the most literate pickup band in history: Stephen King on rhythm guitar, Dave Barry on lead guitar and Robert Fulghum on mandocello, with Matt Groening and Roy Blount as backup singers. They call themselves the Rock Bottom Remainders, and their debut performance at a nearby club should be the convention's hippest party. . . . "I've been practicing at the local karaoke bar," says Amy Tan, above, one of three Remainderettes.
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