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Lucky number seven. Only seven cities remain for the North American stint of The Minimalists' 100-city Everything That Remains Tour 2014: Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Spokane, and Missoula. Then we're headed to the UK, Ireland, and Australia. Dates on our website.
Consumption Is Not the Problem | The Minimalists
Only 10 cities remaining for the North American portion of our 100-city Everything That Remains Tour 2014. Join us if you're near Minneapolis-St. Paul, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Spokane, or Missoula. Then, we're headed overseas: 18 cities in the UK, Ireland, and Australia. Looking forward to meeting you.
The Minimalists Tour Dates | The Minimalists
I'm reading from Everything That Remains in Milwaukee tonight. Then: Madison, St. Paul, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Spokane, and Missoula, followed by the UK, Ireland, and Australia in October and November. Details: themins.com/tour #MinsTour
The Right Kind of Fame. Totally agree. I think if I was super famous - as in level movie star famous - I'd loose my mind in a spiral of anxiety and depression. Sia has the right idea: whereby she acknowledges her personal limitations, but has found found a creative way to get around fame in order to do the things in life she wants to do.
The Right Kind of Fame
The Right Kind of Fame | The Minimalists
In addition to Monday's tour stop at The Portage Theater in Chicago, I will be participating in an extended moderated discussion about minimalism and Everything That Remains at the North Michigan Avenue Apple Store on Tuesday. Both events are FREE, and both are going to be different. Regardless of whether you can make it to one or both, we look forward to meeting you.
Apple Retail Store - North Michigan Avenue
Fighting the Voice in Your Head | The Minimalists
I'm trilled and honored that one of my favorite songwriters, Jay Nash (pictured), will play some acoustic songs at our Boston event tomorrow (7 PM, Boston Conference Center, 101 Federal St.). Plus, our friend, New York Times bestselling author Chris Brogan, will introduce us, and the fine folks from the Harvard Book Store will be on site with copies of "Everything That Remains." Suffice it to say, you're in for a treat, Boston.