Posts tagged nerdzrl
Posts tagged nerdzrl
My girlfriend, Cassandra, has fallen to 2nd place in the Who Inspires U? contest. If you could please take the time to vote, then that would be fantastic. She’s up against someone that has four times her subscriber count. All you have to do is go to the website, click Cassandra, and then press vote. It takes a second and you don’t even need to create an account. You can even vote on your smart phone. $10,000 are on the line here and she is more than deserving. Click here to vote. Thanks for the help!
I sang my national anthem with nerdz while reading the lyrics off of her phone. Best. Canadians. Ever.
So in case you haven’t heard yet, my friends are going on tour! The tour features Tom Milsom, Adam Robertson, Raven Zoe, Jake Mulford, Cassandra “nerdz” Croft, Mickeleh, Todd Williams, myself, and motherfuckin’ Voldey (plus many guests). By some miracle, I’m on tour with them, but I am not performing because I have no talent. I’m there for moral support and to probably get embarrassed on stage, I assume. All tour stops are at all ages venues and tickets can be bought at the door, but we prefer that you buy them online if possible.
The Vancouver stop is on June 18th (tomorrow) and is not a show, but more like a gathering. There was a change of venue, so if you plan on attending, maker sure you’re going to the right place. I will not be in attendance. Click here for more info.
The Seattle show is on June 20th at the Vera Project. I will be in attendance. Click here to buy tickets.
The Portland show is on June 21st at The Old Church. The Old Church has a giant organ and since Tom Milsom will be there to play it, that’s guaranteed to be an awesome experience. I have no idea yet if I will be able to attend. Click here to buy tickets.
The San Francisco show will be on June 24th at the BATS Improv Theatre. I will be in attendance. Click here to buy tickets.
Here’s the official website for more info and I hope to see you there!
Our last night at the Banana Stand ):
And all is well in the world.
The universe is back to normal
The Exceptionally Ordinary Variety Tour is a project that will bring attendees a whole new experience. Unlike many tours, this endeavor isn’t just about seeing the performances. The shows will have lots of audience interaction, along with live music, stand-up comedy, and even some death-defying stunt spectaculars! The performers aim to remove the wall that exists between artists and their fans and come together as a community for a night of fun.
WOW WHAT A GREAT THING
this is crazy good, omg.
We’re at $2500 so this also means that cassandra and I have to sing the Canadian national anthem in Vancouver. shit