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12 Sep 2011, 06:17 by jukkakhanArtist: Paul and Storm, Jonathan Coulton
Date: August 27th, 2011
Location: Seattle, WA
Venue: Paramount Theater
Event: Penny Arcade Expo
The opening act for the evening were the Omeganauts busting a groove to Dance Central 2, which of course was good for a few cheap laughs at their expense. It wasn't long until the two man comedic duo known as Paul And Storm arrived. I'll admit that I was primarily there to see Jonathan Coulton, but I am so glad I was able to see these two. They are absolutely hilarious! Not only are their songs amusing and full of very awesome harmonies, but their banter is second to none. It's like second nature to them; playing off each other and with the crowd so quickly. They were very much into crowd participation as well, with epic moments such as "The claaaaaaaaaw!" and of course the fan favorite "ARRRRRRRR!" I seriously doubt that there was not a person in that theater (full of about 3000 PAXers) that didn't laugh in that hour.
24 Jan 2011, 18:44 by asphaltbuffetTake the 50 top artists in your musical profile, and create a cloud of the similar artists that are not in your top 50. The result is a collection of highly recommended artists for your personal profile. You can generate your own cloud (in BBCode) at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/recommend.php
My recommendations are Band of Horses Barenaked Ladies Beefy Blake Shelton Bon Iver Broken Bells Brooks & Dunn Deer Tick Delta Spirit Dr. Dog Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Fear of Pop Felicia Day Fleet Foxes Fruit Bats Garth Brooks Ingrid Michaelson Iron & Wine Jed Whedon, Joss Whedon & Zack Whedon John Linnell Kate Nash Kenny Chesney Langhorne Slim Laura Marling Lemon Demon Local Natives MC Hawking MC Lars Mark Erelli Moxy Früvous Nathan Fillion Neil Patrick Harris, Felicia Day & Nathan Fillion Optimus Rhyme Paul Curreri Paul and Storm Ra Ra Riot Rilo Kiley She & Him Sufjan Stevens The Arrogant Worms The Bens…
17 Mar 2010, 15:27 by asphaltbuffetTake the 50 top artists in your musical profile, and create a cloud of the similar artists that are not in your top 50. The result is a collection of highly recommended artists for your personal profile. You can generate your own cloud (in BBCode) at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/recommend.php
My recommendations are Anna Nalick Band of Horses Billy Currington Blake Shelton Brooks & Dunn Carrie Underwood Christina Aguilera Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Cold War Kids D12 Dave Gahan Dierks Bentley Faith Hill Franz Liszt Garth Brooks George Strait Gretchen Wilson Jason Aldean Jo Dee Messina John Linnell Josh Turner Kate Havnevik Katy Perry Keith Urban Kellie Pickler Kelly Clarkson Kenny Chesney Lady Antebellum Lee Ann Womack Lonestar Martin L. Gore Martina McBride Miranda Lambert Montgomery Gentry Paul and Storm Rodney Atkins Rogue Wave Sara Evans Sugarland The Decemberists The Killers The National The Strokes Tim McGraw …
6 Oct 2007, 18:46 by spiI went to the JoCo rock show at Johnny D's last night. First up were Paul and Storm who I had heard of before but hadn't listened to before. It was a very good set by them. I love their impersonation of TMBG.
Then up came Jonathan Coulton to slow rock us all night long. He played an amazing set with hits such as Code Monkey, Skullcrusher Mountain, Re: Your Brains, Shop Vac, and of course a cover of Baby Got Back with accompaniment by Paul and Storm.
While JoCo was playing Mandelbrot Set the Red Sox won their baseball game so a whole bunch of people who were over in the bar cheered and shouted. It was a nice dichotomy.
The ZenDrum on Mr. Fancy Pants was very awesome. Everyone should own a ZenDrum.
A totally rockin show, I am very glad I went.
Fri 5 Oct – Jonathan Coulton & Paul and Storm
6 Oct 2007, 16:13 by geekatthekneesLast night I went to see Jonathan Coulton play, supported by Paul and Storm.
Paul and Storm won my heart within the first ten seconds of their first song (Opening Band) and then promptly lost it with a homophobic slur in the second one (Your Town). Overall, though, they have a new fan in me -- hilariously funny, great relationship with the audience, and certainly musically talented and nuanced enough to make them worth listening to again later.
Jonathan Coulton was. Oh. Seriously awesome. There was really no way he could disappoint me, but the happy, dorky showmanship and the occasional genuine smile (when the entire room sang the central refrain of Re Your Brains at him without any cue but the first chord) were a real pleasure to see. The atmosphere was delightful, I physically couldn't stop grinning, and the person I was with had only heard a couple of the songs before, so I got to see him crack the hell up for the very first time listening to some of my favourites.
25 Mar 2007, 21:55 by IvyMcAllister
16 Jul 2006, 08:06 by 3_French_Toast1592
5 Seconds of Summer
All Star United
The Benjamin Gate
The Blue Effect
Blue Man Group
Bones Jugs N Harmony
Cute Is What We Aim For
Dave Matthews Band
Draco and the Malfoys
East Kentwood Falcon Marching Band
Fall Out Boy
Five Iron Frenzy
Green Room Rockers
Gym Class Heroes
Harry and the Potters
Left Hand Daisy
Matt Wixson's Flying Circus
Megan & Liz
Michael Schenker Group
The Mighty Narwhale
Mike Mains & The Branches
My Dear Disco
Myth Not Man