Devo Spice Update: Nerdapalooza Looms As Subscribers Get a New Feature
What’s up, everyone? I hope everyone is having more fun than I am. I spent last weekend moving almost everything out of my house and carrying some very heavy stuff up a flight of stairs that is barely capable of transporting humans, let alone large, bulky pieces of furniture. Anyway...
--== New Feature For Spice Rack Subscribers ==--
Recently I got an invitation to Google+, Google’s new social networking site, and this morning I had an idea. I realized I could use the “circles” feature to share inside information with my subscribers as it happens. As I’m recording a new song I can post about it, or when I book a new gig or some other cool thing happens I can discuss it before I’m ready to announce it publicly. So this morning I made a circle called Spice Rack Subscribers and made my first post.
I’ve added all my subscribers to this circle. If you’re not yet a user of Google+ you should have gotten an invitation from me. If you didn’t and you need one let me know.
And if you’re not yet a Spice Rack subscriber you can get all the information and join here: http://www.devospice.com/spicerack.php
--== Next Weekend The Nerds Will Rock ==--
Next weekend in Orlando Florida is the ultimate nerd music event, Nerdapalooza, featuring music by me, Luke Ski, Insane Ian, Consortium of Genius, Schaffer The Darklord, Captain Dan & The Scurvy Crew and dozens more. The event is taking place July 15-17 at the Orlando Airport Marriott.
To get all you nerds excited about the event they have posted this video on YouTube:
For more info head to http://nerdapalooza.org
--== Twenty-Six And A Half: A Tribute to Weird Al Yankovic Now Available ==--
Weird Al fans rejoice! Al’s second favorite album to come out in June is now available. (He said so himself.) Twenty-Six And A Half is the third tribute to Weird Al and contains my song Weird Al Didn’t Write This Song.
It also contains amazing covers of Weird Al songs by Insane Ian, Worm Quartet, Kobi LaCroix, MC Chris, MC Frontalot, MC Lars, and many more, plus parodies of Weird Al songs by Luke Ski and Steve Goodie. It really is a fantastic release. Al said so himself: “I’ve been listening to it, and I think it’s really fantastic work. It’s actually quite amazing. The quality and production of it is mind-boggling.”
To pick up your copy head over to http://www.weirdaltribute.com.
That’s all for now folks. Don’t forget I will also be at Confluence in Pittsburgh, PA on the 22nd for Friday night only. More information here: http://www.parsec-sff.org/confluence
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