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Welcome again to my site for the massively popular entertainment machine known to the world as Crowned Eagle Entertainment. 
This is the home of some of underground music's most innovative artists and influences. Any album that features or is produced by a member of Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. Any live performance featuring anyone from Crowned Eagle Entertainment is taken to a higher level. It is my goal to see 
talent the majors don't see and to display what the political asylum that is called main stream music withholds from a public that deserves to hear it. I, myself, have outlasted and out-performed many artists that were said to be much better than me as critics who are destined to be chained to the lake of fire for not taking a professional unbiased approach when critiquing the results of my hard work then quietly limp away in morbid deadly frustration. 
This site and associated social network pages are for your enjoyment and celebration of the longevity of the entertainment and music career of M.C. Too Tall and associated individuals. Not to spew lies about us. That being said, all comments within good taste are welcome and remember censorship is an outrage!

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Master of Sound Quality

 

 

 

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Chill Chili and other news...

Tex might not be a decent drummer, but he sure makes a great bowl of chili. I live for Chill Chili, which for a brief moment in its rich history used to be served up every last Thursday of the month. Seems like we’re going with that tradition this month… and as usual, no one but Gorillas, Coke, chili and all the gases that come with it allowed.
Spaz announced he is temporarilly leaving all his gigs accept his Dark Water residency at Otto's Shrunken Head in Alphabet City. This includes working as my DJ at my live shows. Scarlett Venom has been asked to fill in. She has filled in during past gigs so the transition should be smoother than the critics expect.
Finally, you might be pleased to know thet Crowned Eagle Entertainment has acquired Job. Apparently, with Job, there were no strings attached to his former Steelcore affiliation. In fact this is an acquisition that got full approval and blessings from Steelcore's founder and CEO, Victor Auton. All that being said, Job has a reverb nation and Crowned Eagle page that you ought to check out. Don't be a dick!

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Monday, December 12, 2011

Gathering Afterthoughts

First of all, I’m M.C. Too Tall, Master of Sound Quality. I will never forget the people who did nice things for me throughout my life, most importantly in show business.

My team put on a good show last Wednesday December 7, 2011 at the Brooklyn Gathering at the world famous Southpaw music venue in the badass neighborhood of Park Slope Brooklyn NY. I would like to thank Spaz, Scarlett and our guest star Italian Ice who collectively with myself kicked off the evening with a bang!

Following us was the hot Hip Hop duo M-TRI & D.J. Leecy T who dropped some new joints with some old favorites. Some of the highlights of their set included Leecy T scratching up the Billy Joel song, “Stiletto” with a stiletto and switching roles with M-TRI taking over the mic while M-TRI scratches in the background and then switching back. After their set came Belt who dropped an edgier set than usual with kickass songs like “The Shaft”, “In America”, and “When The Dinosaurs Come Back from Outer Space”. There was also a film crew on hand to take vids them. Awesome stuff.

Headlining were the Saints of Pain who brought the hardcore to the show. Bodies flying everywhere slam dancing, cyberdreaded chicks bouncing off the walls. Saints really brought the house down capping off a great night that WILL happen again next year.

Crowned Eagle Entertainment, the great live show promotional giant is currently seeking a venue for its March showcase, The Imperial Jam and then going right back to Southpaw in April for another showcase called Tha Realness. I shall see you at one of these. Thank you all who performed and attended the Brooklyn Gathering. Peace and gold be with you.

 

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