“Every Morning” by Sugar Ray – 1999

This week Brendan Kelly of the Lawrence Arms/Falcon/Wandering Birds takes a stab at Sugar Ray’s 1999 number one hit, “Every Morning”. When nu-metal band Sugar Ray scored a major hit in 1997 with their lone pop song “Fly” critics called them a one-hit-wonder. Dramatically shifting away from their SoCal rock sound, their follow-up album “14:59” not only proved that Sugar Ray had a few more bangers in them, but also that Mark McGrath would be sticking around for awhile as a genuine Hollywood celebrity. What are the lyrics to this song really about? Who invented the contemporary art of wry, self-deprecating modesty? Who has a more comprehensive knowledge of music: Brendan Kelly or Mark McGrath? All these questions and more will be answered on this weeks episode of Single File.

“Every Morning” by Sugar Ray – 1999

This week Brendan Kelly of the Lawrence Arms/Falcon/Wandering Birds takes a stab at Sugar Ray’s 1999 number one hit, “Every Morning”. When nu-metal band Sugar Ray scored a major hit in 1997 with their lone pop song “Fly” critics called them a one-hit-wonder.

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