Barenaked Ladies 

Friday, June 4

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Since their full-length debut, “Gordon,” in 1992, Canada's Barenaked Ladies have been known for their playful and clever mix of skillful pop rock and lyrical humor. Delivering such recognizable tunes as “Brian Wilson” and “If I Had a $1000000” before the release of their fourth album, “Stunt,” the band had a megahit with the fast-talking “One Week.” Despite the departure of co-founder Steve Page last year, the band has continued its musical maturation with its latest album, “All in Good Time.” Perhaps it will perform such underrated pop classics as “Old Apartment,” “Too Little Too Late” and the tongue-in-cheek theme song to the “Big Bang Theory,” the Barenaked Ladies are set to perform at Innsbrook Pavilion on Friday, June 4, at 6 p.m. $22-$25.

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