Wow, it's The Hazzards' free monthly show. . .
The Hazzards' Tuesday Night Make Out Party
Tuesday, January 30th, 2007
70 North 6th Street
between Kent and Wythe
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
With special guests Nick Kroll and Julie Klausner
The Hazzards (www.hazzards.com) are New York’s baddest ukulele band. Originally a ukulele/Casio SK-1/glockenspiel/tambourine duo, The Hazzards are now a full band with bass, drums and harp! They have played all over New York, in San Francisco, Boston, London, and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC—honoring Steve Martin. A dance remix of their song “Gay Boyfriend” was released in the UK and debuted at #67 on the UK singles charts beating Seal who debuted that same week at #68! Time Out NY says, "Their peppy, girly songs, including the hilarious, 'Gay Boyfriend,' are sweet and seemingly innocent, but we can just tell those two precious, uke-strumming gals in front are up to something." The Sun (UK) calls them, "Saucy...an internet sensation." And The Village Voice thinks The Hazzards are, "Absolutely adorable!"
Nick Kroll (www.nickkroll.com) can be seen in 'I Love the 30s' and 'All Access: Middle Ages' and VH1's Best Week Ever. He is one of the co-creators of the book Bar Mitzvah Disco, and the host of Oh, Hello at Rififi. He is funny.
Julie Klausner (www.julieklausner.com) is the creator of Channel 102 internet series, Cat News. She can be seen in the internet series I Love The 30's and All Access Middle Ages on Comedy Central's Motherload, Mitch Magee's Sexual Intercourse American Style on Channel 102 and with her 1970s Lesbian Children's Band, Free To Be Friends. She is pretty. . . and funny.
Official Website: http://www.galapagosartspace.com
Added by smaresca on January 23, 2007