Brand new show here for you to name your own price and download! Get it while it’s fresh!
Features the tunes:
Things I’d Do 4 U
Plus incredibly witty banter!
TITLE: Live – 2011-03-16 – Flappers Comedy Club – Burbank, CA RELEASED: March 2011 TRACK LISTING: 1. Intro – FIguring Out The Bill – Subbing 2. Bad Influence 3. Michael 4. Global Warning 5. Falling In Love 6. Things I’d Do 4 U 7. Wrapping Up – Rock Ballad 8. She’s Like ALBUM NOTES: Recorded March 16, 2011 at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank, CA. Special thanks to Jimmy Palumbi who was a big part of this set. Joining me on stage with his little guitar and shouting out during She’s Like! DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.throwingtoasters.com/media/throwingtoasters_flappers_2011_03_16.zip
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You couldn’t ask for a better show than this! Great crowd! Great food! Great Venue! Carla Ulbrich!
A huge gigantic thanks to all the people who came from far and wide to see this show. Carla and I had a blast performing and we hope you had as much fun watching! Here’s what was played on the TT end of things….
N.R.L (NURSERY RHYME LAWYER SONG) (with Carla Ulbrich)
OUR LOVE IS LIKE (2010 VERSION with Carla Ulbrich singing additional verses)
THINGS I’D DO 4 U
ENCORE: CHEESE ENOUGH
It was a lot of fun and The Harvest Cafe was happy with it as well! Who knows, perhaps we’ll be back! Thanks again to all who showed up!
The crowd ebbed and flowed and the show ran longer than it probably should have, but those who stayed through the whole thing were entertained. Fun seeing Scott Vinci, Chris Valenti, Evan Wecksell and buddy Dino-Mike all do some time. Here’s what TT played…
Another great crowd in what I’m officially dubbing the most unique venue in Los Angeles! Ed Crasnik puts on a heck of a show and it was a blast hanging with fellow guests Rick Overton and Mo Collins! I bet you can guess what song was played? Yep, Ed’s favorite…
OUR LOVE IS LIKE
Look for more Self-Help Hootenanny appearances in the future!