We’ve made it! DisneyWorld!! (at Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom Ferry)
Cards Against Humanity! (at Orlando Airport Marriott)
All out of merch.
Well we had fun Orlando Nerd Fest, but it’s drawing near the end for us and we are completely sold out of merch.
Thank you to all the fans who came out and supported us!
We only have a few items of merch left, so swing on by and purchase them!
We submitted it, but it has never gone through.
I’ve contacted our distributor and hopefully they’ll be able to give it a push.
We do not charge for autographs. :)
Are you a PBAJDBACS?
But good eye.
We painted all the pickguards and neck adjustment rod plates on my guitar and Sam’s guitar red to match the color scheme of our violin bass.
Besides the keytar our instruments are now all super sleek and matching B)
The pleasure is all mine!
We already have a new Walter Girl lined up! Carolina let us know enough in advanced that we were able to make sure we had future shows covered, and while we will all miss traveling and performing with Carolina, we are also excited to bring a new person in on all the fun!
It’s not anyone the fandom knows, so don’t bother placing bets ;)
We plan on announcing and introducing the new Walter Girl sometime later this week, or at the very latest, early next week.
Her first show is scheduled to be at a certain convention we are attending in Ontario Canada :3
When we get old enough we will die, just like anyone else who gets too old.
Amanda Palmer was in The Dresden Dolls and that’s how I became a fan of her.
The band was mostly composed of her on piano and Brian on drums.
The band is no longer around, but Amanda Palmer is still off creating wonderful music, art, literature, and inspiring tons of young adults in life, love, and the arts :3
If you enjoyed even a bit of The Dresden Dolls, there’s plenty to love about her solo work :)
Thanks for the love and support!
We’ve had a blast at Orlando Nerd Fest!
Firstly, most of the stuff I’ve read about my departure has been close to accurate. We (the band) officially announced my stepping down at a panel at Orlando Nerd Fest. I love this job and all the awesome people I’ve met at shows and conventions. But sadly, with another semester approaching I did…