MP3: Listen: Jens Lekman Shares "Olivia & Maddy" Written for Fans Who Helped His Band in Hurricane Sandy

09.01.2013
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Listen: Jens Lekman Shares "Olivia & Maddy" Written for Fans Who Helped His Band in Hurricane Sandy MP3

Jens Lekman: "Olivia & Maddy" Back in October, Jens Lekman and his band were about to tour the West Coast in support of last year's I Know What Love Isn't when Hurricane Sandy hit. The storm left Lekman's pianist, Jonas, stranded in New York with no means of traveling to Seattle for the tour. So Lekman posted on Facebook with a proposition-- if a fan drove Jonas from New York to Boston, where ... Source: pitchfork.com

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