Well, our boys, AKA Unorganized Hancock, were on Z 105.5 in Auburn, Maine this morning. It was a stone groove. The show is called The Breakfast Club. The very genial host is Matty B, and the very able producer of the show, who is also the Station Manager, is Bonnie McHugh. Here they are wearing their official Unorganized Hancock glasses. I do not know if Matty and Bonnie are the two most pleasant people in Maine, but after today, that’s the way I’d bet.
If you didn’t take me up on the offer to click that last sentence in order to click the sentence, you should be aware that Unorganized Hancock debuted their new original song on Matty’s show this morning, so you should go back and listen to it before I have to get mean, and threaten you with additional hyperlinked sentences. It’s called Go, Go, Go (Don’t You Know), and it’s the greatest thing since Sinatra caught a cold. I’d click that sentence that tells you to click that sentence, if I were you.
Unorganized Hancock is performing at the Lewiston Colisee this Saturday. If that sounds familiar, it should. It’s the arena where the most famous picture in the history of sports was taken:
I find it amazing that the kids will be playing in that very spot, more or less. It just seems like Mount Olympus or something, not a real place that will let me inside it. When my older son was very young, he had a similar drive-by with greatness. He performed in Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts. That’s the same stage where Charles Dickens read from his books to a rapt audience. Mechanics used to read Dickens, and make things. That’s a phantom one-two punch in today’s world.
Back to the Lewiston Colisee. The boys are in a Junior Battle of the Bands, being held by the local hockey team, the Lewiston-Auburn Fighting Spirit. They are a Junior hockey team, which I gather is for men between the ages of 18 and 20. There are four contestants in the Battle of the Bands, and they each composed a fight song for the Fighting Spirit hockey team. The winner of the contest will receive a $500 prize from Central Maine Orthopaedics, and their song will be recorded in a studio. Then they’ll perform the song live at opening night of the hockey season, and the recording of the song will be played at every Fighting Spirit home game. That would be some form of wonderful for my boys, and I hope they win.
The hockey team currently uses Dropkick Murphys “I’m Shipping Up To Boston” as their opening song, which if I recall correctly, involves accordions, plus additional noises that aren’t accordions. If you’re unfamiliar with accordions, they are a piano that has contracted emphysema.
I know you people who read this blog figure I made up an Internet story that I had a wife, like Napoleon Dynamite’s alleged girlfriend from Oklahoma. Well, here she is sitting in the green room with her sons while they wait to go on the air, and she’s never been to Spain, or Oklahoma, either.
I told you to click on the sentence that tells you to click on it. This is your last chance to click on a sentence that instructs you to click on the sentence so that you can listen to the broadcast by clicking on the sentence. You should click on it, and root, root, root for my little boys.