Tag: Rick Moranis


Take Off Eh! - A Bob and Doug McKenzie REUNION!

Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas’ alter egos Bob and Doug McKenzie are doing a live reunion at Toronto’s Second City Mainstage on July 18th, joining them will be Martin Short aka Jiminy Glick doing an interview plus Dan Aykroyd, Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, Joe Flaherty, The Kids in the Hall’s Dave Foley, Scott Thompson and Kevin McDonald,  music from Paul Shaffer, Ian Thomas, Murray McLauchlan and a few surprise guests.   All proceeds from the show will benefit Jake Thomas, Dave’s nephew who sadly sustained a spinal cord injury in a snowmobiling......

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Agoraphobic Cowboy - why its a must own

When most people think of Rick Moranis they think of the best acting from the best movies of their childhood, he’s been one of my favorite actors for as long as I can remember but he is also one of my favorite singers. Yes you read that right and I’m not just talking about Little Shop of Horrors. In 2005 Rick Moranis released Agoraphobic Cowboy, an album that has been on constant rotation in my playlists since.  Rick Moranis wrote the songs and collected a group of accomplished musicians to make this......

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Agoraphobic Cowboy is still one of my favorite albums I own, Rick Moranis’s brilliant lyrics and tunes make this a must play on a long car trip or whenever I’m feeling down. That’s why I am so happy to find out that June 18th Rick Moranis follows it up with My Mother’s Brisket & Other Love Songs. I just pre-ordered my copy via Amazon and if Rick tours or does another Conan interview/song I WILL be there. Do yourself a favor and buy Agoraphobic Cowboy and you will see once again why......

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February 28, 2011

An Open Letter to Rick Moranis

Dear Mr. Moranis, First I would like to take a second and thank you for keeping me entertained throughout my life, from the formative years when a kid decides if the comedy that connects with him will be crappy formulaic sitcoms that were a dime a dozen or pure brilliance like yourself. Your career has been, and hopefully will continue to be for years to come, pure comedic genius. I can clearly remember my first exposure to you on SCTV, growing up in Michigan in the 70’s and 80’s I watched a......

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