Rob Huebel joins Jesse and Jordan to talk about the love that dare not squeak its name.
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Our theme music: "Love You" by The Free Design, courtesy of The Free Design and Light in the Attic Records
In my opinion, the best kind of mean rapper is the one who's sad he has to be so mean. He didn't want to be so mean. You made him, by (talking shit, stepping to him, not being gangsta, fucking with his clique).
We're headed to the east coast in a couple weeks. If you're in Philly or New York (or planning to be there), folks on the forum are starting to plan some meetups.
I can tell you from experience that the folks at the MaxFun meetups couldn't be nicer or more pleasant. It's usually a great mix of people, too.
Buy your tickets now for The Sound of Young America and the Monsters of Podcasting in Philadelphia and New York.
Wednesday, September 16th
The Sound of Young America Live in Philadelphia
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Thursday, September 17th
Monsters of Podcasting Live in Philadelphia
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Friday, September 18th
The Sound of Young America Live in New York
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Saturday, September 19th
Monsters of Podcasting Live in New York
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Sunday, September 20th
Jesse Visits His Friends' New Baby in Newark
Also: remember to help pay our travel bills by ordering a copy of our beautiful tour poster (only $12 in advance!) to pick up at the show!
Above: Jerry Lee Lewis plays "Whole Lotta Shakin" and "Chantilly Lace" on the BBC in 1972. Below, he rocks Shakin' in 1957:
Jerry Lee is releasing his first country album in years, and it's largely written by Kris Kristofferson. You can hear the first single, "Mean Old Man," on the splash page of Lewis' website, and it's kickass (despite the lack of piano).
Lewis is, after all, the Boogie Woogie Country Man.
By the way -- if you've never heard this album, Jerry Lee Lewis Live at the Star Club, Hamburg, you owe it to yourself to buy a copy. Because it is kick-ass.
Rebecca is an intrepid MaxFunster (and a member of Jordan's Platinum Angels) who was one of the most enthusiastic visitors to MaxFunCon.
Like a lot of MaxFunCon attendees, she didn't want to leave the experience in Lake Arrowhead, so she put together the amazing website MaxFun Memories.
It's full of text, photos, and video of MaxFunCon. If you went, you can relive the experience, if you didn't, you can get a taste of what you missed.
Mistah F.A.B. aka Fabby Davis Jr.
OJ Da Juiceman