Speaking of shedding things, MC Frontalot seems to have sloughed off his live-stage-rocking inhibitions. There is another public display of his rapping prowess scheduled for late June:
MC Frontalot w/ full band
Thursday, June 23rd
The Bitter End
147 Bleecker Street
(between Thompson and LaGuardia)
New York City
21 and over
This may or may not be your final opportunity to see Front onstage in New York. While we only point this out in order to alarm you into attendance, it is quite possibly true. He moves to Boston right after PAX and will probably be pilloried there or else burned as a witch.
But let us address the most pressing issue of the day. Did Front enjoy Episode III? Yes! Did he deem it a worthy successor to any SW product created before he turned twelve (including the ewok special)? NOOOOoOOOoooooooOOooooo.
That was some good clean fun! Front rocked the heck out of the Slipper Room in New York last night, to the delight of a full house. Thanks for coming out, folks! The solid showing ensures a hot Sattidy night sometime soon, in an even fancier lower-east-side venue. Get ye onto the mailing list to make sure you don't miss it.
An appropriately lo-fi bootleg of the entire concert is forthcoming, along with little video snippets and etc. These will be made available to members of the Frontalot.com Valued Sucker Program. Oughtn't you join now in anticipation?
Let's change topics. Things to click on the internet include: Robin's big date (quciktime, 20MB), the perfect game of Super Mario Bros III, start complaining about your sore throat, you're soaking in it!, a song about robots, a better song about robots, samples envisioned, and back to Batman.
See MC Frontalot live in concert! Do not miss this fabulous full set wherein Front's 3-piece band backs him across a robust assortment of his popular ditties:
Tell your friends! Warn your enemies! Front must fill the house in order to be taken seriously on the New York night club circuit. And you all know how Front feels about being taken seriously. Help him spread the word anyhow.
Latest recording is still "Oh, The Hilarity," a rollickingly tearful outing with dire beat by Baddd Spellah. You can listen to thirty seconds here, but the whole track is reserved as your incentive to donate ten bucks towards ongoing tsunami relief efforts.