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fter wrapping the latest season of Portlandia, Carrie Brownstein escaped to the high desert of Oregon with Cricket, the younger of her two adopted dogs (Toby was too arthritic to make the trip).
They stayed in a yurt, hiking around 15 miles a day, and Brownstein celebrated her 41st birthday by setting her mobile phone to airplane mode.
But in 2006 they abruptly disbanded, disappearing for nearly nine years. Meanwhile, Brownstein found a whole new audience, as the co-creator and co-star of sketch comedy show Portlandia, alongside Saturday Night Live star Fred Armisen.
The cult series, available in the UK on Netflix, skewers hipster culture in skits such as Put A Bird On It, in which Brownstein and Armisen (who play dozens of characters) are creatives in a craft shop adding bird motifs to every piece of merchandise, and Is This Chicken Local?
So he sat him down in front of the big-screen TV and he watched football with the other guys and had a hell of a time. " He took him over to a man sitting at a little table back in the corner and said, "You might enjoy talking with this guy for a while." After the bartender left, the man at the table said, "So do you play French bow or German bow?
Initially we thought that the sound was all kinds of things but it didn't hit that this was a bomb until we were evacuated and they told us exactly what was going on.' The drummer went on to pen the band's devastation upon hearing the news - as they were aware so many children and teenagers had been present at the gig.
He continued: 'It's so heartbreaking because so many little ones attend our shows...
" In an emergency a jazz trumpeter was hired to do some solos with a symphony orchestra.
Everything went fine through the first movement, when she had some really hair-raising solos, but in the second movement she started going improvising madly when she wasn't supposed to play at all.