Wednesday, January 23, 2008

A Big Exciting NYC Show To Remind You About Voting
Feb 5th is Super Tuesday, when a bunch of states hold primaries. Feb 4th is Super Monday, when OK Go plays a show to celebrate voting at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC. It's being billed as a Voter Awareness Show for Barack Obama, but fans of the rock who aren't fans of Barack should still go. It'll be awesome. Other performers include Nina Person (from the Cardigans) and Craig Wedren and Nathan Larson from Shudder To Think, one of Damian's all-time favorite bands. The boys of Stella host, and word is that a lot of famous people might talk. Get your tickets.

Also, in case this isn't obvious: We think you ought to vote in your primaries. You have our permission to skip school, work, and delay drinking practice to go and pick your leaders. Just remember you probably need to register first. It's real easy. Register now.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please feel free to schedule some big exciting San Francisco shows as well. :-)


11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is DC sold out, or is the website just not working.

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Puff said...

Is there Russia in your plans? I'm just praing for your concert in Moscow!!!!!!!!

12:04 PM  
Anonymous db said...

Hey now yall know you could come on down to sweet home alabama.We want to ear you in person too.

1:14 PM  
Blogger The iNSPiRAL Blog said...

Too bad we missed the show.

We agree everyone should go vote...if you don't vote then you have no right to complain about the president later!


3:38 PM  
Blogger John Wesley said...

Hey guys, this is kind of off topic, but I need to contact a member of the band for a request, and I'm having trouble finding contact information (for obvious reasons, I suppose).

Anyway, I run a blog called Moo Moo review, and I was writing to request permission to use your song, "It's Tough to have a Crush" in a video. The video is already live on my website, but I can remove it or delete the song at your request.

Here is the link to see the video:

Or, click here to see it.
You can contact me at jmasonsmith(at) Thanks!

~John Wesley

3:57 AM  
Anonymous Marshmallow Goat said...

@the inspiral blog: you legitimize the power of those for whom you have voted
@everyone else: It might be a good idea to look at Obama's voting record before legitimizing his power.

11:27 PM  

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