P.S. I Love You Performs on CBC’s Q
Last Friday, Kingston’s P.S. I Love You (Paul Saulnier, and Benjamin Nelson) were the Friday live musical guests on the CBC radio program Q. After the duo played their first song titled 2012, Q’s host Jian Ghomeshi remarked, ” I don’t think there’s ever been a band that’s played that loud in Studio Q before”, which supporters of the band should interpret as a compliment. A bit later on in the program, Paul and Benjamin were working their way through their second tune, Facelove. Unfortunately before they made it all the way through, CBC cut to an important breaking news bulletin, announcing the immediate resignation of Egypt’s embattled President. While the national spotlight might have been turned off a bit prematurely, for good reason, rest assured this isn’t the last you’ve heard of P.S. I Love You. And in the grand scheme of things, the band now has a pretty cool ‘where were you when’ and ‘during my first Q performance’ stories. In case you missed it, and because it deserves repeat viewing, hit play below to relive P.S. I Love You’s first performance via Q TV.
2 thoughts on “P.S. I Love You Performs on CBC’s Q”
I remember having the standard apres-work drinks at the Toucan and being lucky enough to listen to Paul go to work on their stereo.
At one cynical drunken moment, I remember thinking ‘I hate people who can’t play music and devote their lives to creating the most epic playlists’.
Eff me. Every time I listen to Paul’s own music it’s like being punched in the face for being a drunken ass and I love it.
I think that compliment is worthy of being a part of their press kit!