It’s been a nice couple weeks off, but it’s time to make the donuts again. Stalwart pal Jonathan Coulton joins us for several shows, and then we perform with some old Bob & Tom Show friends for the Common Ground Music Festival.
We understand that several of these shows are either sold out or very close to being so; if you don’t have tickets yet, your best bet is to contact the venue directly and see if they will be selling any SRO tickets (policies vary from venue to venue). In Cleveland, on the other hand, we understand there are plenty of tickets available. (C’mon, Cleveland; represent!) So you also could just go on a road trip Cleveland to see the show!
So here’s what’s a’ comin’…
Wednesday, July 9 at 8 pm
Lula Lounge (Toronto, ON)
with Jonathan Coulton – 19+ or with guardian
Thursday, July 10 at 8 pm
The Crofoot (Pontiac, MI)
with Jonathan Coulton – All ages
Friday, July 11 at 7 pm
Beachland Ballroom (Cleveland, OH)
with Jonathan Coulton – All ages
Saturday, July 12 at 8 pm
Common Ground Music Festival (Lansing, MI)
with Dan St. Paul, David Crowe and Geechy Guy – All ages
Geechy Guy is still around? I haven’t seen him since Star Search.
I wish I was close enough to go to one of these shows. Please don’t let it be too long before you’re back in CA.
People in Cleveland are so lame. I wish you guys could come to Cleveland to perform just for me. But you probably need more incentive than that. Like Creme Between cookies, perhaps?
@Len Why are we lame, exactly? We demanded like crazy, we did.
I’ve just ordered my ticket to the Cleveland show. The fact that only option available is “Will Call” is extremely inconvenient. It essentially means they won’t actually send me my ticket I have to go the event at the time of the event with the credit card used to make the purchase and pick up the ticket. That essentially really sucks. I am extremely angry about this fact, assuming I have interpreted it correctly.
But on the other hand, looking forward to the Cleveland show.
Roman, people in Cleveland don’t get it. I was lucky to get a post about this show in “COOL” Cleveland (what a misnomer if there ever was one.) Eh, I guess I’m just bitter. I want people in this town to support cool stuff, but there is such a small group of people here that are connected digitally that I don’t think I’ll see it in my lifetime. Try explaining podcasting to a group of people here. It’s like staring into the eye of a chicken. But I guess it makes for good stories down the road. “Remember those great P and S/Coulton shows in the Beachland? Those were before they were famous they were!”
End of rant.
@Len I just want to know where are those 150 or so people that made demands?
Great job in Pontiac last night! I really enjoyed the show, even if it did mean going to Pontiac. 😉 I just might have to sneak into Common Ground tomorrow since you guys are going to be there.
So sorry I missed out on the debut performance of “Live,” but at least I got to see it via the magic of the YouTubez. Woo-hoo! 🙂
Ack. My link fu is weak. Video of “Live.”
I saw you all in Cleveland last night, and you were AMAZING! I hope that we’ve sold you on coming back again, because I can’t wait for another live Paul and Storm/JoCo show.
I made a video of you on the internets:
Saw you guys with JoCo in Toronto, happened to be in Lansing tonight but didn’t know you were playing! Sad.
You should come hang out, we have cocktails.
Post-show recap: Wow, Paul and Storm, I don’t think I’ve laughed that hard in… well in a very long time…
Thank you. So much.
And don’t be strangers (though keep being strange) to Cleveland. If you book it, they will come…
It’s official. Scrat has found a new home.
For those that are unaware of why that was thrown, my wife and I read P&S’s Twitter message earlier in the day before the Cleveland show. It stated that they had lost a friend’s cat. It seemed natural to throw a replacement cat, rather than panties during “Opening Band.” Not to be presumptuous, but I think it resulted in some amusing banter.
For further info, Scrat is actually a TY Beanie Baby named “Scat” released in May of 1998. Also, we gave P&S two more of the cat series after the show. At best, perhaps the kids will get some use out of them.
Thanks for an awesome show in Cleveland! Driving 2.5 hours after work on Friday was a little nerve rattling. I hope you can come back to Pittsburgh again.
@AxsDeny: Thanks for clarifying, I thought it was some odd Ice Age reference.
I just wanted to comment on the show I saw in Toronto.
You guys were absolutely fantastic. My girlfriend and I weren’t sure what to expect but you guys blew us away. Your stage presence is amazing and your ability to take what the audience gives you and run with it is second to none.
Thanks for the great show, we hope to see you in Toronto again.