Paramore's decision to retire Misery Business from live shows leaves fans divided

On this very special edition of the q This music panel, Steven Page (formerly of the Barenaked Ladies) joins Lisa Christiansen, Stuart Berman and Tom Power to break down the latest in music news.
Musician Hayley Williams of Paramore performs onstage at KROQ Weenie Roast y Fiesta 2017 at StubHub Center on May 20, 2017 in Carson, California. (Getty Images for CBS Radio Inc.)

​Every Friday, the q This music panel looks at the biggest stories in music news. Today, special guest Steven Page (formerly of the Barenaked Ladies) joins occasional q producer Stuart Berman, CBC's Lisa Christiansen and host Tom Power to talk about Paramore's decision to remove Misery Business from their set due to problematic lyrics. They also give us a preview of the new Willie Nelson record — a collection of Frank Sinatra covers, called My Way — and take a look at Nelson's legacy in 2018.

Produced by ​Mitch Pollock

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