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A couple of Interesting videos at the link. Can bands really get together again, or once it's over, is it over?

'Some things can just end': Why getting the band back together isn't always wise

CBC

Band reunions aren't always a great idea, says Canadian music writer Carly Lewis, as she awaits to see what sort of dynamic unfolds on stage when the Barenaked Ladies reunite at the Juno Awards.

The band will meet again for a one-time performance with former lead singer Steven Page to mark the group's induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Page abruptly left the band in 2009 and hadn't spoken to the remaining members until recently.

"It's taken me a long time to accept in my life that some things can just end. Some things can just be over," Lewis tells The Current's guest host Laura Lynch.

"I think it's OK for bands to run their course and do what they're going to do together and then leave it."

After all, albums exist to soak in the nostalgia of the music and can be listened to at any time, she says.

'Some things can just end': Why getting the band back together isn't always wise | CBC Radio

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Never, Ever Getting Back Together: The Bands Who Have Refused To Reform

Never, Ever Getting Back Together: The Bands Who Have Refused To Reform - NME