And oh my God, he is so happy.
Because you might not remember these.
It's called "Consumerism."
Instant reviews gathered after her May 14 show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg — presumably one of her last before she reports to prison on July 8.
"I had an economic system imposed on me," she said in court.
"In an ideal scenario, I would not have to rush the release of new music … but the message is still there."
"I've been fighting for existential and economic freedom," she says of the whole tax-evasion thing.
Her sentencing got delayed.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
And could face three years in prison.
She was hiding from society.
She forgot to file for a few years.
She might be batty, but Ms. Hill's a trooper.
He left "amid boos."
Plus: The Roots, Girl Talk, Jane's Addiction, Lauryn Hill, Japandroids, and more, in our weekend concert roundup.
There is video.
On the plus side: She's touring again.
She will follow up this summer's run at Rock the Bells with another short string of dates.
"Why do birds suddenly appear ... "
She seems great!
Her latest Rock the Bells performances have underwhelmed.