Amanda Palmer: Live at Kickstarter

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Earlier this week the ever-mysterious, sometimes a Dresden Doll, goth-pop-satirist-enchantress Amanda Palmer dropped by the Kickstarter office. We chatted about life, Neil Gaiman's now infamous banana, and their upcoming tour, before Amanda treated us to a private performance on the couch, during which she not only played us her musical retort to a message board debate on Lady Gaga's role in the art world (above), but also conjured Robert Smith by way of "In Between Days" (that's below). And then last, but certainly not least, she launched in to her rendition of Rebecca Black's sung from the perspective of a truck stop hooker. Yeah, a truck stop hooker. Watch that here. (Warning, explicit language!)

    1. Lionel LaCorbiere on

      Somehow I found these videos to be strangely entertaining. Jam on!

    2. Stephen Snow on

      Fan-friggin'-tastic, Amanda! Way to go Kickstarter clan!

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      Maureen "momo" Freehill on

      its a small small world... was hoping to get a few kickstarting tips from you amanda for my first go at it...and here you are....big damp hug from seattle way.

    4. Jared on

      I can't believe I missed this!

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      Nay Min on

      It is great , i love it :)

    6. Eileen Lawlor on

      Umm.. Madonna actually is 53 ... not quite 53 1/2 but still... you may want to adjust the lyrics...

    7. Michael McFade (Salifade Records) on

      i don't know the songs, but i like the playing and you are very entertaining. I like it

    8. Vincent J Scimeca (Spoons) on

      Wow- I could only imagine if you really wanted to write a real love song,that said everything we all feel, but cant articulate. Its only a matter of time....BTW Madonna is 53 me,her and M.Jackson are all the same age... Love Spoons

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      Namaku Keren on

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      Doa Ibu Tersayang on

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