She holds a stack of hand-lettered signs, which she drops dramatically, one by one, to the floor. Please find your seats. The room slowly darkens as mournful piano music plays. Palmer is one of those celebrities who invariably provokes a reaction, on one extreme or the other. Her fans, many of whom know her from Boston alt-rock band The Dresden Dolls , love her for her honesty, her wit, her style and, presumably, her music. Palmer ultimately agreed to compensate the guest musicians with money. Her propensity to reveal the details of her personal life can border on self-indulgent; at times, this habit comes off as performative, and therefore not altogether genuine. She can seem both winkingly self-knowing and astoundingly un-self-aware.
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Amanda Palmer wouldn't exist in her current form without Patreon. That's not to say Amanda Palmer the person would dematerialize if Patreon didn't exist, but Amanda Palmer the artist would be a completely different beast. As it stands, Palmer is an independent musician churning out music videos, new songs, complete albums, blazingly honest social media diaries and bits of international activism on the daily. She's constantly online, sharing her life as a touring artist, mother, wife and modern human with more than 1 million people on Twitter alone. She responds to a shocking number of tweets.
The song acted as both a tribute to great musicians and a call-to-arms for everyone to make art. With shout-outs to Sid Vicious who "probably killed his girlfriend" and John Lennon, the song is funny and charming in typical Palmer style, but she makes her point. Why not teach everyone to play the ukulele? After all, it only takes "about an hour.