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They Might Be Giants

They Might Be GiantsTwo-time Grammy winning band, They Might Be Giants, has achieved great success in the twenty-plus years since their inception - perhaps most notably for the variety of ways it has done so. In addition to earning a reputation for their unconventional approach to alternative music, the duo penned the theme songs to such popular television shows as "The Daily Show", "Malcolm in the Middle", and "Dexter's Laboratory" as well as produced several acclaimed children's albums including the 2009 Grammy-winning Here Come the 123s. In 2007 the two Johns - John Flansburgh and John Linnell - released The Else, their last for-adults album, to great success and continue to entertain fans of all ages.

listen Ana Ng


Camden County
River Stage,

7:40 pm

For a complete review of the show and to discuss the experience, go to the blog.

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Set List

Alphabet of Nations
Birdhouse in your Soul
Clap your Hands
Particle Man
The Guitar
The Mesopotamians
I am A Paleontologist
Ana Ng
New York City
Dig My Grave
Dr. Worm
Istanbul Not Constantinople


With their two-man core backed by a full band, including a horn section, songs like...took on entirely new sonic dimensions. Read Myle's Blog Post.




Current CD:

The Else and Here Come the 123s


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