Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Wednesday's Song of the Week

Earlier this week I won tickets to the Margot & the Nuclear So and So's show this Friday in Philly. BOOYAH. Since I listen Y-Rock on XPN practically all day every day while at work, it's not very unusual for me to score free tickets to some of the awesome shows that come our way. I'm also pretty sure they have that whole you can only win once a month rule intact because of me. But that doesn't mean that makes winning any less exciting. It's kind of like a little shot of drugs while sitting at my office desk which is awesome because drugs are exactly what I need at the office. It also gives me an excuse to clap my hands and give a little whoop whoop, which is a welcome change from repeatedly slamming my fists on my desk while giving a little FEEEECCCKKK THHIIIISSS that my coworkers have so become accustomed to.

Thank you, Y-Rock, you give me so many rocking places to go AND you keep me out of the poor house and and out of the unemployment office. It's kind of like having a radio station as a fairy godmother. Only better, because instead of watching my carriage turning back into a pumpkin at midnight, I'm sipping my fifth Yuengling in a crowd of sweaty fans while another amazing band does their thing on stage in front of me.

I've never seen Margot & the Nuclear So & So's live, but I've been a fan since a long, rainy car ride from Pittsburgh to Baltimore exactly two years ago. I've also heard good things about their live shows, so I'm looking forward to Friday. Whoop.



3 comments:

Bradford Pearson said...

Can you listen online without satellite radio? The radio stations in DC are AWFUL.

Mojo said...

I LOVE YOU. And like I told you, Matt and I saw them a few months ago and were absolutely blown away. I can't wait to hear your reactions. I forgot that that car ride was when you heard it for the first time. Can't wait to see you next weekend <333

Your Ill-fitting Overcoat said...

I love them so much! Or rather I did until I saw them last year on my birthday and it was the worst live show I've ever seen. It kind of turned me off. But free tickets woooooooooooo! I'm curious to hear if their lousy show was an aberration. I'm also curious how you actually spell 'aberration'.

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