The "God Shuffled His Feet" 25th anniversary tour
"God Shuffled His Feet made the Dummies famous worldwide with a handful of folk-rock songs that shattered the perception of what rock radio could play. “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm”—yeah, the humming song about blue hair and birthmarks-had everyone from soccer moms to metal heads singing along and tapping their toes. “Afternoons and Coffeespoons,” a hypochondria and T.S. Eliot-inspired romp, soars with gorgeous acoustic strumming, the trademark quirky harmonica playing of Ben Darvill, and the angelic backup vocals of keyboardist Ellen Reid. Songs like the album’s title track, “Here I Stand Before Me,” and “How Does a Duck Know?” are odd philosophical rockers, taking on everything from theism to Descartes."—Consequences of Sound. Canada's Crash Test Dummies reunite for the first time in 17 years to celebrated this album's 25th anniversary. The concert will feature the original lineup of Brad Roberts, Ellen Reid, Dan Roberts, and Mitch Dorge, and the group will play the album in its entirety. Nova Scotia songwriter Mo Kenney opens. "I am demented and all my friends are scared of me," she sings.