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John Linnell

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John Sidney Linnell is an American musician, is known primarily as one half of Brooklyn, New York alternative rock duo They Might Be Giants. In addition to singing and songwriting, he plays accordion, baritone and bass saxophone, clarinet, and keyboards for the group.

Linnell's lyrics are perhaps most well-known for their inclusion of strange subject matter and wordplay. Persistent themes include aging, delusional behavior, bad relationships, death, and the personification of inanimate objects. Conversely, the accompanying melodies are usually cascading and upbeat.

He is married and has a son, Henry. Henry appeared as a performer on They Might Be Giants' children's albums Here Come the ABCs and ''Here Come the 123s.

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South Carolina 03:46 1999
Maine 02:07 1999
West Virginia 03:32 1999
Mississippi 02:16 1999
The Songs of the 50 States 02:24 1999
Iowa 02:54 1999
Illinois 01:23 1999
Arkansas 03:27 1999
Utah 02:34 1999
Pennsylvania 01:02 1999
New Hampshire 02:50 1999
Montana 03:14 1999
Michigan 01:14 1999
Idaho 02:38 1999
Oregon 01:49 1999

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