Thursday, December 31, 2009
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Monday, December 28, 2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Party Rock Tour Kick-Off: We’re Up In Reno Bitch
I’m In Las Vegas Bitch
I’m In LA Bitch
I’m In Portland Bitch
I’m In Canada Bitch
I’m In Seattle Bitch
I’m In Boise Bitch
I’m In Denver Bitch (and stuck on the side of the road in Idaho for 24 hours)
I’m In Nebraska Bitch
I’m Up In Kansas Bitch
I’m In St. Louis Bitch
I’m In Milwaukee Bitch
I’m In Chicago Bitch
I’m In Des Moines Bitch
I’m In Detroit Bitch/Party Rock Thanksgiving
I’m In Ohio Bitch
I’m In Pittsburgh Bitch
I’m At Penn State Bitch
I’m In West Chester and Atlantic City Bitch
I’m Up At Yale Bitch (and shout-out to LA Weekly)
I’m In New York Bitch (and LMFAO Fans Get Wet During Irving Plaza Flood)
I’m In Long Island Bitch
I’m In Virginia Bitch (Norfolk)
I’m Still In Your Virginia Bitch (Richmond)
I’m Up In Charlotte Bitch
I’m In Myrtle Bitch
I’M IN MIAMI BITCH
I’m In Orlando Bitch
I’m In New Orleans Bitch (and Pensacola Bitch)
I’m In H-Town Bitch
I’m In Dallas Bitch
I’m In San Antonio Bitch
Party Rock Tour Wrap-Up/I’m In McAllen Bitch
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
The day before yesterday, our tour bus pulled up to the venue in the last city on our tour, McAllen, Texas. We kicked off our tour in places like Vegas and Hollywood, so it seemed like it would be a difficult feat for the small Texas town to match up. Instead, it turned out to be one of the most warm crowds, fun shows and craziest afterparties we’ve seen yet. The tour couldn’t have ended on a better note.
We kicked off the day as we typically did on the Party Rock Tour--in the late afternoon. We had police escorts accompany us to a big Mexican dinner. They even came to the bathroom with us. When the street lights turned red, they turned on their lights and took us through as if the president was riding with us. The cops turned out to be fans--they got a little giddy and wanted pictures with the boys.
Our dinner at the Mexican spot was filled with lots of pranks and laughter. Pistol Pete’s mom texted him saying, “You are my sunshine. Xoxo.” For some reason, he has his mom stored in his phone under her full name rather than “mom.” Sky and Foo got ahold of his phone and responded with something like, “I want to smack your ass.” Her response was, “Peter, this is your mother.” The boys wrote back, “You’re hot.”
“Is this Redfoo or Peter?” she asked. When she found out it was Foo, all was well. “How are you, honey? Can’t wait to see you in Vegas!”
Everyone cracked up. “She wants you!” [For the record, Pete’s mom is amazing, as are all of the Party Rock fam’s family members.]
The McAllen show was oversold and the venue was filled to the brim. There were fans as far as the eyes could see--some were crammed into corners and others were even standing on tables in the back. According to waiters and the venue’s employees, the Party Rock Tour was the hottest thing in town and everyone was talking about LMFAO.
Our last chant of the tour in our dressing room brought on all sorts of emotions--it was bittersweet as we were all so happy and proud with the success of the tour and the experiences we had along the way, but sad beyond comprehension to see it come to an end.
I experienced the show in a different way--rather than standing onstage with our tour manager, Reek, production manager, Uncle Frank, security guard “Paxton with a T”/Andrew, and the tour’s bikini girl, Nicole, I ran around, helping Pete record part of the show, getting a photography lesson from some local media and getting caught in the rain of confetti during “Yes.” I hadn’t come onstage for “Yes” since the Portland tour date way back in early November, so it was a much-needed celebration. That song is so representative of the entire Party Rock Crew. We see our dreams everyday. We’re ending the tour with countless memories, inside jokes and a Grammy nomination for LMFAO.
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Monday, December 21, 2009
It looked like we were in “No Country For Old Men” when we got to our venue in San Antonio, Texas yesterday--desolate, deserted, with no sign of civilization in sight. OK, there was a burger spot around the corner, but that was the only sign of life for miles.
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Sunday, December 20, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Apparently, Dallas is known as the Big D. I guess there’s a double meaning for that, as Foo announced, “Big D is in the house” at the start of the performance at the House of Blues.
We spent the day on our bus working and, as mentioned in the previous update, chatting with the Houston police department. Later, a limo driver randomly offered to drive me and Bikini Girl from our hotel to the venue. We rolled up in style, free of charge.
The Dallas audience was filled with characters, including a promoter taking over the audience with an enormous sign reading, “The Best Promoter Alive: I Do Exist In Real Life.” He was flashing the peace sign like he was Nixon running for president. Mixed in with the younger fans and college crowd was an older hippie couple, rocking tie dye and a Cat in the Hat type number. They were hanging over the top level, singing along to all of the songs.
As always, there were a lot of laughs during the performance--the “I Don’t Wanna Be Girl” playfully fought back as Foo called her a triflin’ ho, a player and the female Tiger Woods and, according to Sky’s latest Party Rock Church gospel, the Party Rock movement actually increased the size of Q’s once small penis.
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Friday, December 18, 2009
When we got to Houston/H-Town yesterday, or as the rappers say, “the H”, we spotted a fan dancing in the rain in front of the bus in an attempt to get tickets to the show. The show was so oversold last night, though, that we couldn’t even add people to the list.
Like the New Orleans House of Blues, the Houston House of Blues also had a wall of sold out shows. Apparently, we will be making it on there, as well.
The boys came out to roaring applause and a sea of cameras. When Foo asked, “Where all my sexy ladies at?”, guys were screaming, pointing at their girlfriends. Girls in the VIP section upstairs were grinding up against the glass in their tiny dresses and no shoes. A server from the restaurant downstairs even appeared backstage in her apron, rocking LMFAO frames and throwing her hands in the air during “Shots.”
After the show, we, along with Space Cowboy, the Paradiso Girls, Shwayze and Far East Movement took a party bus to Rich’s in Houston for the afterparty. The topics of conversation included Q leaning like a cholo and taking his balls out for photos.
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Thursday, December 17, 2009
On our way to New Orleans (or Nawlins, as the locals call it), we stopped in Pensacola, Florida for what turned out to be one of the most amazing spots on the tour to date.
We didn’t have a show scheduled--instead, it was a happy hour event at a spot called Suite. At 5 p.m., we popped in for what we thought was going to be an early evening with a few drinks. It turned into an insane night at the club. Who ever thought we’d be clubbing at 5 p.m.? By 7, everyone was drunk. DJ Air was was spinning the entire Party Rock album, as well as remixes. Pensacola local, the Krazy Russian, an old friend of Foo and Sky’s, came out. We also celebrated “Party Rock ambassador” Daniel (Danglin’ D)’s annual 21st birthday.
After the club, we brought the party to Chili’s for Daniel’s birthday dinner and then to the the bus. It was 11 when we started dozing off, when that’s the time we typically start going out.
The evening concluded with Foo busting out of the back room with no pants...or underwear.
“That had to be the most fun night we had all year,” he said.
We arrived in New Orleans at 4 a.m. and some of us started drinking around noon. This city is famous for its Hand Grenades, rumored to be one of the strongest drinks in the world, but the really cool thing about Nawlins is that you can drink in the streets. In true Party Rock fashion, we brought our drinks with us into multiple stores, restaurants and cabs.
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Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Hours before the show, there was an enormous line wrapped around Firestone, the venue. It extended up both streets on either side of the club. Orlando came out hard for LMFAO. Not only were a lot of fans sporting Party Rock Gear, I encountered several Party Rock People members both at our hotel and around our green room.
In addition to the fans and familiar faces, CJ from Real World Cancun joined us both in the green room and onstage, decked out head-to-toe in Party Rock Gear (LMFAO chain tee, Huck Finns, Party Rock jacket and LMFAO whistle).
The show itself was eventful as always. Foo led the crowd in a “Pervert Pete! Pervert Pete!” chant when Pistol Pete (or Paparazzi Pete), as he prefers to be called, came out for “What Happens At The Party.” The audience seemed amused, but they weren’t in on the joke--the chant started the night before when we were all drinking at Wet Willie’s in Miami.
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Sunday, December 13, 2009
Back in 2007, Foo and Sky made the song, “I’m In Miami Bitch” in anticipation of the Winter Music Conference and the party energy surrounding it. Even though LMFAO calls Hollywood home, it was here that they really got their start. All of us have to credit this amazing city with getting us to where we are today--part of the Party Rock Crew; traveling the country with our friends, the Grammy nominated creators of this party anthem.
Tonight, LMFAO performed at Y100 Jingle Ball, alongside acts including Shakira, the Fray, Flo Rida, Timbaland, Jordin Sparks, Colbie Caillat, 3OH!3 and Jason Derulo.
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Saturday, December 12, 2009
Today, Bikini Girl, DJ Air, Q and I caught a cab to our hotel. “You’re with LM...Fro? How do you pronounce that?” the cabbie asked.
When we got to the hotel, Air and Q tried figuring out whose name the room was under. “Try Q’s last name,” Air said. “It’s Q-u....f-a-g.”
Tonight’s show was at the House of Blues. It was a good one--a refreshing improvement from last night’s sound/monitor crisis. The place was packed and there were a lot of interesting characters--among them a boy that was approximately 12-years-old, who came onstage for “Yes”, and a girl rocking a big fro wig, who later tore it off and came up for “I Don’t Wanna Be.”
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Friday, December 11, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
"This one’s for North Caroliiiina...”
Charlotte is an interesting place with a whole lot of southern hospitality. I have to hand it to the crowd at tonight’s show at the Fillmore for handling the unexpected twists and turns with grace and enthusiasm.
Backtracking a bit, Foo did a phone interview with Backslash Magazine, a Florida-based college publication today. It was interesting listening in while he talked for an hour about the Party Rock Crew, how we all got involved and what inspired him to become an entrepreneur in creating not just a music group with Sky, but an entire enterprise that includes a publishing company and a fashion line. He even talked about plans for a Party Rock cruise, which I imagine would be something like our tour bus at sea with twice as much drinking and much warmer weather.
While I was on the line, I climbed into the cab from hell. The driver took off like a speeding bullet, all the while hanging out the window, screaming at some dude going the wrong direction on a one-way street.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2009
robably my favorite thing about the Party Rock Tour is our time just hanging out on the bus together. After soundcheck today, DJ Air was telling us a story about how he busted ass and nearly got a concussion when Foo strolled on, belting out “Scream My Name” like he was in an opera.
Q and Air showed us photos of what they put up in lights during soundcheck--Air lit up the stage with, “Q HAS A BABY DICK”--before Q and Foo got into one of their daily sex debates.
Foo actually launched into a full-fledged sex demo, telling everyone how he tries some tantric method of taking it slow. He was doing all the motions and making all of the noises.
I’m not sure what it was in reference to, but Foo said, “I already do everything; do I have to give birth next, too?”
“Am I the dad?” Air whispered.
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Tuesday, December 8, 2009
We’re in Norfolk, Virginia today (or as Foo likes to tastefully say, “I’m in your Virginia, bitch”).
The boys did a phone interview with a newspaper today and, as their interviews tend to be, it was over-the-top and hilarious. Foo and Sky managed to multi-task, sharing stories while playing online poker.
I’m not sure if the journalist will have enough room to publish this priceless story in the Myrtle Sun, so I wanted to take the opportunity to share it with the rest of you non-South Carolina party rockers.
When asked how they got their names, Sky told the interviewer a classic tale.
“A lovely lady named Nancy was working as a cook in an Asian restaurant,” he said. “She was pregnant with Mr. Foo here and, at the time, she was cooking a dish with red curry and coconut milk. She spilled some on the floor and slipped in it. When she fell, the baby actually popped out and flew into the pan with all of the red sauce. The baby was stained red and stayed that way for 10 years. At first, they were calling him Redfoo Lee, but he shortened it to just Redfoo when he got into music.”
“To this day, he still smells like curry. He doesn’t even have to wear deodorant. You’ll smell something and you’ll be like, ‘Who’s cooking? Oh wait, that’s just Foo coming down the hall.’”
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Monday, December 7, 2009
GRAMMY NOMINATED ELECTRO HIP-HOP DUO LMFAO
ADDED TO THE BLACK EYED PEAS’ “THE E.N.D. WORLD TOUR 2010”
Santa Monica, California, December 7, 2009 – Grammy nominated LMFAO will be party rockin’ with The Black Eyed Peas in 2010! LMFAO’s Redfoo & Sky Blu will join the Peas on the North American leg of their “The E.N.D. World Tour 2010.” Produced by AEG Live, the tour will kick off at Philips Arena in Atlanta on February 4, 2010, and conclude on April 11th at GM Place in Vancouver. National ticket on-sale dates begin December 12th. Ticket prices will carry reasonable value and will be accessible to all fans.
LMFAO’s debut album Party Rock was released this past summer and has sold over 100,000 copies to date. “I’m In Miami Bitch,” “La La La” and new single “Shots” featuring Lil Jon, have sold over 1.5 million copies combined. LMFAO is currently on the road headlining their sold-out Party Rock tour, a non-stop party of continuous music open to all ages. Party Rock was nominated for “Best Electronic/Dance Album” for the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards which will take place January 31st at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles and broadcast live on CBS. A staple in the dance/club scene, LMFAO are sought out producers having done remixes for Kanye, Fergie, Katy Perry, Crystal Method, Black Eyed Peas and more.
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Sunday, December 6, 2009
The boys returned from LA today to meet up with the rest of the crew in Farmingdale, Long Island. One of the few signs of civilization was a Chipotle, an LMFAO favorite, so a few of us ended up there.
Sky and Foo were behind me in line when the cashier excitedly whispered to me,”Oh my God! LMFAO is here.” I know; I tour with them.
The boys sat down to eat with a random mom and a bunch of teen girls. Afterwards, Foo came to sit with me and my friend, Joey, a law student. He proceeded to ask her questions on contract law as some teen boys came up for autographs.
Back on the bus, everyone played video games and napped while fans banged down the bus door. There was a huge crowd surrounding the Party Rock Tour buses; as I tried getting on our bus, fans stopped me asking if I knew if Shwayze had any weed.
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Saturday, December 5, 2009
The city was pumped for LMFAO’s back-to back sold-out shows at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza last night. While the boys filmed pieces with MTV and Vevo, I ran into a guy in the Penn Station subway chanting, “shots, shots, shots, shots” and groups of party rocked-out girls all over Gramercy.
Our green room was packed between Shwayze’s set and the time LMFAO was scheduled to go on. The entire Party Rock Crew was there, as well as our friends and co-workers from the label, Interscope and the booking agency, Moodswing360. Local friends, family and other groups from the tour squeezed into the tiny space, laughing, fixing drinks and making plans for the Grammys (not only is LMFAO up for a Grammy for Best Electronica/Dance album, another member of the Party Rock Tour family, Space Cowboy, is also up for a Grammy).
Our main concern prior to the boys taking the stage was the time constraint, as the venue had to be emptied before the group for the second show of the night could come inside. We never guessed that the venue would be emptied prematurely for an entirely different reason.
Not even a few lines into “Get Crazy”, the third song of the LMFAO Party Rock Tour set, the power shut down and a deafening alarm blasted off. Within minutes, water was spraying down and filling the venue. Rather than booing or trying to escape, the fans stayed, laughing, screaming and chanting for LMFAO. It was one of the most dedicated audiences I’ve seen.
After a quick green room meeting, we found out that we had to evacuate the premises. The New York Fire Department was on the scene. A pipe explosion caused the entire venue to flood. Luckily, the sound equipment was saved before things got too wet too soon.
On our way out, there was only laughter, no complaining from the bands or the fans. We grabbed bags of chips and pretzels from the bar as we made our way down the flooded stairs. The water was up to our ankles by the time we got outside.
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Friday, December 4, 2009
“You know how there’s always a tough guy in school that you feud with...then you become best friends with them? That’s how I see my future with the writer[s] from LA Weekly,” Foo said. “I’d like to meet them in LA at the KIIS FM Jingle Ball this Saturday [December 5]...it’s all in good fun.”
We had a good laugh at the picture of Foo that they chose (and the caption, “our friend, Stefan Gordy.”) Priceless. By the way, thanks for my shout-out!
The piece did end on a classy and respectful note by providing an eloquent quote from Momfoo, as well as a nod to Foo’s father (and Sky’s grandfather) Berry Gordy’s Motown legacy.
Party People, check out the piece from LA Weekly here: http://blogs.laweekly.com/westcoastsound/b-side-stories/lmfao-stefan-gordy-berry-gordy/
Briefly rewinding to last night, Foo, Party Rock model/merch guy Daniel and I were treated to dinner at an Italian restaurant by Bikini Girl Nikole’s parents, who live here in New Haven, Connecticut. They were a riot, telling Foo he had a tight ass and getting pumped up to do shots of Patron. Imagine my surprise when one of our managers, Rene McLean, strolled in with one of my favorite people of all time, booking agent Johnny Maroney.
It was at dinner that Foo read a Facebook comment congratulating him on the Grammy nomination.
“Are we really up for a Grammy?” he asked.
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Wednesday, December 2, 2009
I woke up this afternoon to find Foo scowling over a piece in LA Weekly. The writer, Gustavo Turner, who was covering our November 7th tour stop at the Hollywood Palladium, referred to Foo and Sky as “rap clowns” and shared his rather blunt and wordy opinion in a Party Rock assault on blogs.laweekly.com.
“Who in LA really reads LA Weekly, anyway?” Foo asked.
As we all know, Foo and Sky can be called many things, but “party animals”, “dynamic duo” and “sexy dudes” would be more fitting descriptions.
When we got off the bus to head our separate ways (soundcheck and Starbucks), a school bus tearing down Market Street in West Chester, PA hit our tour bus mirror and took off.
While I was walking down the street with merch guy Daniel, some guys took notice of his fro and my YES leggings. “I’m in West Chester, bitch,” they screamed.
The venue, the Note, is a small, cozy place unlike most of the larger venues we played. Bam Margera (of Jackass and Viva La Bam) is the owner of the Note and was there for the show.
Foo told the crowd that we were at Penn State last night and, for the first time, the crowd cheered. Typically, the crowds boo for the previous tour stops that the boys mention.
Foo shouted, “I’m in West Chester, bitch” and “I’m in your mouth, bitch” to see what the audience preferred, but he settled on the classic, “I’m in Miami, bitch.”
The crowd went crazy for “the Holy Goose”, LMFAO’s version of holy water, which Sky pours on Q during “Party Rock Church” (the intro to the Boom Boom Pow remix).
After the show, we (LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew, Far East Movement, Shwayze and Space Cowboy) took four limos to Atlantic City, New Jersey for our afterparty at Dusk at Caesars.
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Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Up until tonight, it was a tough call if Vegas or Seattle was the best tour stop to date. State College has to take the cake. Penn State truly knows how to party rock.
Earlier today, Sky did a phoner with magxonline.com. The main topic of conversation? Shots. There is apparently a controversy surrounding the song--middle-aged mothers are claiming the song leads to some questionable activity; Sky says that the song is about having fun and they just don’t understand why their daughters are so drawn to he and Foo (because they’re “sexy dudes.”)
Bronne from Real World Cancun joined us tonight--he works as a bartender at our venue, the Cell Block. We became instant friends as soon as we met him on the bus. He is one of the loudest guys I’ve ever met...and also one of the greatest. As he always did on the last season of Real World, he was rocking an LMFAO tee (available at www.partyrocklife.com). Inside the venue, he was leaning over the balcony for most of the show, blowing his whistle, chanting, “Penn State, Penn State” and singing along to every song.
Bronne’s girl friends encouraged the entire VIP section to do shots long before the boys launched into the song. Even the owner of the club got crazy with us.
The crowd was absolutely insane, as were the boys. “She has some big ass titties,” Foo said about the girl he pulled onstage for both “What Happens At The Party” and “I Don’t Wanna Be.” Her friend pulled me aside and shouted, “she has a baby, but don’t tell anyone.”
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Sunday, November 29, 2009
Q and Izzy discovered that an eatery down the street from the venue had the entire Party Rock album on their juke box. How cool is that?
Back at the hotel, Nikole and I sat down to a feast at the Fish Market. We ran into Reek who was flying solo, eating an $85 meal.
The venue, Diesel, was probably the smallest one we played on the tour, but it was one of my personal favorites. The crowd was an interesting mix of fans that looked like they belonged at a Nirvana concert, 14-year-old boys in the front row, a middle-aged dude with a fro in the middle and dolled-up girls on the upper level. One of my favorite things about tonight’s crowd was that there was an overwhelming number of fans over 30. It’s great to see that Party Rock transcends the college party crowd stereotype--it’s something to be enjoyed by party animals of all ages.
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Saturday, November 28, 2009
Shortly after waking up in Cleveland, Ohio today, the entire Party Rock Crew went out to eat at a Mexican spot downtown. It was the first time during the Party Rock Tour that we all got to sit down to a meal together.
After we ate (and drank, of course), the boys sat down for an interview with Midwestave.com. We were all treated to some hilarious stories, such as Foo’s tale of the “Crazy Russian”, an old friend whose gun played a humorous and pivotal role in their first Miami vacation. Pete left the green room during the interview and returned wearing his robot head. He somehow proceeded to drink a Corona through the screen on the robot’s face.
While this was the funniest interview I’ve ever seen, there was a serious note. “People that listen to our music are happy. We attract a different type of audience than a lot of other groups...people coming to see us are coming for a very different reason. They’re not listening to our music because they’re angry. They want to have fun,” Sky said.
The seriousness didn’t last long, however. When Foo began a heartfelt thank you to the fans, Sky and Pete started throwing chips at him. They landed in his hair, but he ate them as he continued to talk. Things progressed quickly as Pete launched plastic silverware, towels and other random objects at Foo. He flung a banana at his head and Foo actually ate it. Finally, Pete sprawled out in his lap and thrusted a Corona in his crotch while spraying it all over Foo’s face.
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Bikini Girl Nikole, Party Rock merch guy Daniel (or Danglin’ D, as he is telling me to refer to him as I type), lighting guy Reggie, bus driver Jeff and I had a Thanksgiving feast in our hotel room. It was pretty impressive, if I do say so myself. We traded stories about how we got started and how we got involved with LMFAO. Reggie and Jeff also sported the Party Rock glasses during the meal.
Tonight we had a show at Clutch Cargo’s in Pontiac, Michigan. “I’m in Motown, bitch,” Foo said to the audience. Paxon, our security guard, said, “that’s what they call it. Motown, or Murder City.”
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Friday, November 27, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
What happens in Des Moines stays in Des Moines. At least, let’s hope so. Last night got unexpectedly wild.
I have to say Des Moines is a pretty cool city. Not only do they have a Skywalk that allows you to walk above the city without being freezing cold, they have some of the nicest and most loyal LMFAO fans we’ve seen to date.
Last night’s show was at People’s Court, a third-story venue in a building also inhabited by a sports bar and a nightclub. Like the majority of our tour stops to date, the show was sold out. Girls were rocking “I’m In Iowa Bitch” shirts and, for the first time, it seemed that the audience had almost as many guys as it did girls.
Early in the show, someone flung a giant, glittery stuffed microphone onstage, as well as a pair of sunglasses. “Who out there has lenses in their glasses?” Foo asked as Sky popped out the lenses and put on the frames.
Some highlights included Sky pulling on a werewolf mask to do the howl in “Scream My Name” and Shwayze’s DJ Jason Smith knocking over our set. I’m not sure how it happened, but I looked over to see him keeling over with laughter as the black curtain that stretches behind our light-up screen randomly dangled in the background.
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Monday, November 23, 2009
As Foo said in the intro of “I’m In Chicago Bitch”, Chicago’s own B96 was one of the first radio stations to play LMFAO’s music.
After soundcheck and an in-store signing at FYE, the boys sat down with Dez of Loyola’s journalism program to talk about what inspired them to start a group (the party energy at the Winter Music Conference in Miami in 2007), what’s on their iPods (a random mix of ‘80s, rock, electro, Cyndi Lauper and Michael Jackson) and their style influences (Eddie Murphy, Michael and “a hot girl wearing a pink zebra print shirt”).
The venue, the Congress Theatre, was packed by the time LMFAO hit the stage. For the first time during the Party Rock Tour, nearly every single person on tour with us (both performers and crew) was onstage to watch the guys in action. A member of Far East Movement was hanging over a balcony wearing a huge monkey head.
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Sunday, November 22, 2009
arty Rock Tour: I’m In Milwaukee Bitch
We woke up in Milwaukee today at 3:30 p.m. and everyone was buzzing about how both our venue and the neighboring Ambassador Hotel, where our driver and crew members are staying, are haunted due to a variety of incidents, including a murder committed by Jeffery Dahmer.
Tonight’s show was at the Rave. It was one of the most high energy shows to date—it seems like the boys’ performances get better and better as each day of the tour goes by. After “I Shake, I Move”, Sky popped confetti all over Foo and the stage, joking that Foo is shooting blanks.
Not even ten minutes into the show, a girl ran wildly through the backstage area, trying to dive onstage, but security caught her in time. She ran away, hands in the air, as he continued to chase her down.
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Saturday, November 21, 2009
Angela Simmons, daughter of Russell Simmons and star of MTV’s “Daddy’s Girls”, was spotted rocking LMFAO’s purple YES leggings on Thursday, November 19. She wore them to lunch at Toast in West Hollywood.
Simmons reportedly is interested in getting an LMFAO chain, as well as the new LMFAO Party Rock rings.
The YES leggings were inspired by LMFAO’s song, “Yes”, which is about seeing your dream and making it your reality. It has special meaning for the group. Not only is it the song that LMFAO uses to close out its shows during the Party Rock Tour (bringing throngs of fans and friends onstage to join in the celebration), it includes the lyric, “everyday I see my dream”, which LMFAO’s Sky Blu has tattooed backwards across his chest so he can see it in the mirror. Redfoo and Sky Blu, as well as all of the members of the Party Rock Crew, truly see their dreams come true and have “yes” moments every day.
Get Angela’s leggings (which are also available in black, red and white), as well as other Party Rock gear online at www.partyrocklife.com.
For more information, e-mail PartyRockPR@gmail.com.
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It felt like 2 a.m. when we were woken by Foo shouting “yeah, baby baby” during a phone interview with Cherry Tree Records, but it was actually 2 p.m. It seems to be the trend that we roll out of our bunks on our tour bus at that time each day.
We were in St. Louis, Missouri today (a.ka. STL)—another really beautiful, quaint city that gave those of us on the Party Rock Tour a warm reception. Reek, Nikole, Jason Smith and I did lunch at a Jamaican spot called the Culture Café and the family that owned that place knew all about the show and LMFAO. Shwayze actually recommended the place to us and the chef referred to herself as “Mama Shwayze.”
After soundcheck, Pinchie Pete drove us to our ridiculously nice hotel, the Ameristar Casino. Q raised the question: where did he get his license? Pete is a talented photographer and performer, but his driving skills are questionable at best…just kidding, Pete.
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Friday, November 20, 2009
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Lawrence, Kansas is a pretty cool spot. There are a lot of funky shops and restaurants and everyone loves their college football, about as much as Nebraskans love their corn.
After thrift shopping with the Shwayze boys, Reek, Nikole and I had dinner at Buffalo Wild Wings. The paparazzi were out in full force, but it turned out they weren’t there for us, but for the University of Kansas football coach. The entire restaurant applauded when he walked in.
At the show at the Granada Theatre (which was sold out, of course), Foo told the audience that we were in Nebraska last night. The crowd booed until he said, “Is this Nebraska? Hello no. I’m up in Kansas, bitch!”
The boys also switched up the lyrics to “What Happens At The Party”, making it “what happens up in Kansas, stays up in Kansas.” Pete’s robot dance cracked the audience up at the beginning of the song.
Before launching into one of the remixes, Sky did his usual speech about how, if you’re down with Party Rock, you must love to party, drink and fuck, but took on the voice of a preacher. “The favorite one of the Party Rock congregation is this: you must LOVE…to fuck!” he said to roaring applause.
Tonight’s show was one of the most wild to date. When security pulled girls out of the crowd, Foo actually pulled them onstage. Nearly everyone touring with us was watching the show from the side of the stage, a giant stuffed monkey head emerged, courtesy of Far East Movement and Cisco poured about a quarter of a bottle of Patron into Q’s mouth.
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Thursday, November 19, 2009
There are two things we know for sure about Lincoln, Nebraska: they really love corn and football, but mostly corn.
The only thing I knew about Nebraska before we arrived was that Children of the Corn took place here. Sure enough, our hotel is called the Cornhusker.
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Wednesday, November 18, 2009
On our way from Boise, Idaho to Denver, Colorado, we smelled something foul. No, not Foo's jacket. We thought it was just burnt rubber on the road, but it turns out it was our tour bus engine.
Naturally, this occurred while the boys were at the Best Buy Club Beats event in Minnesota. It was just bikini girl Nikole, merch guy Daniel, security guy Paxon, tech guy Reggie and me on the bus. We were excited not only to have the bus to ourselves, but to get to Colorado to go snowboarding. We had two days off and couldn’t wait to explore.
Our bus driver broke the news to us as we pulled over in a remote, farm town in Idaho at midnight. Nikole spotted a sign reading, “Welcome to Georgetown.” After some Wikipedia research, we discovered that the town was home to just 500 people and was known for its bear and wolf population. We set up camp until the morning. There wasn’t a restaurant or gas station in sight, so I made everyone peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while we watched Dr. Drew’s Sex Rehab and For the Love of Ray J.
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009
ATTENTION PARTY PEOPLE!!!