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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. 
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Monday, July 15, 2013

Gja and Otto's

What's good, my people? It's your boy in the building, M.C. Too Tall. Here is just an update on some upcoming appearances Scarlett and I will be doing. 

AND YET ANOTHER NOHRMAL MUSIC FESTIVAL AT THE GJOA CLUB: Here, my friends is where the best of my contemporaries show up and shine for no money at all but the love of the art of both their own and their peers. It is a festival assembled by Bill Mohrman, front man to the band, Nohrmal. This has been going on every year since 2010 and this year it is called "And Yet Another Nohrmal Music Festival" right in the lawn of Sport Club Gjøa! It's a free entry 10 hour 11 band outdoor festival that has available for small investment, hotdogs, hamburgers and vegieburgers with all sorts of optional toppings and sides and a one time $20 wristlet to kill the three full sized kegs of domestic beer. Bands making their Gjøa debut include Bop Monroe and Pocket Monster and Pookie (Crusty P). Yours truly will be taking stage with Scarlett and a surprise third party as a guest gogo dancer (hint: Guest gogo will NOT be Italian Ice - lol). Bands making their return appearance will be Belt, Black Death, Out Of Order, The Bloody Muffs (I did a song with them in 2009), The Nopar King and, of course, Nohrmal. The festivities last from noon till 10PM on Saturday August 17th and the address is 850 62nd St off of 8th Ave in Brooklyn. 

REW&WHO? Yes yours truly and Scarlett again are the Who for Rew&WhO? and some of the guests I picked to join Rew and I include music and professional boxing promoter, Kipp Elbaum, Apple recording artist, Brute Force and Val Kinzler, lead singer of the band, Validation. The show is a live broadcast out of the back room of Otto's Shrunken Head and the address to catch it at home is... http://www.ustream.tv/channel/rew-who 

M.C. TOO TALL'S CRASH 'N' BURN BIRTHDAY BASH: I've been throwing live showcases for myself to commemorate my birthday since 2009 and this year, it's held once again at Otto's! Guest include the ReWd OnEz, Validation and Brute Force! This is still in the early stages so I might do a DJ staff in the front room again and put another live act in the back so we'll see how that goes. Meanwhile, the line up of artists who agreed to this thing is amazing! I can never thank them enough for their participation! This shindig takes place beginning between 8&9PM Wednesday September 4th at Otto's Shrunken Head 538 E14th St near Ave B in New York City. 

So there you have it. Hope you can partake in the fun at one ofe these. See you soon. ;)

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The July 15th Update

So, folks today marks what would've been the 57th birthday of one of the most misunderstood and tormented souls in modern music, Ian Curtis. I always found his story one of tragedy and yet of legacy. He was the frontman and songwriter of the band, Joy Division which grew to this immense level of popularity after his death which was the result of suicide by hanging at the age of 24. As I say, not everything works for everybody. As the story goes, he and his wife would often get into conflict over band related issues like recording sessions and touring and things of that nature. It almost seemed like she wanted Ian to pull out altogether from what witnesses say. One can only imagine the conflict Ian must've had within having loved both his wife and his music which came with his experiences with the band and related people of that nature. Without the stability of a wife, he probably thought he wouldn't be whole and thus unable to give it his all at the only other aspect of his life that he loved, his music. When Ian was discovered hanging lifeless in his kitchen, on the table were divorce papers. No one knows the contribution this man could've made to music had he not hung himself. It was agreed that never again would the surviving members tour as Joy Division. So with Bernard Sumner on lead vocals, with Peter Hook and Stephen Morris added a couple of other members along the way and became New Order. Me personally, while I don't believe in taking my own life, I do believe that people have the right to peruse what makes them happy and that sometimes this may include setting aside a budget for this endeavor and of course an amount of time that others would deem as too long or even consuming. The pursuit of happiness for me includes a lot of things. I have a wife of my own now who as anyone following me know, is involved with some of my recording production and is my DJ at my live show appearances, I have two older brothers, one of whom is married about two years now, having family and extended family is nice but it can coexist with the music. My music is a release for me. Being able to go to that next level on the microphone is a rush only the ones who have been there can understand. Bigger stages, bigger crowds, bigger production, sponsorship all clear signs that this is not a hobby that is secondary to other things relating to leisure. It is life. Not doing this, no matter how good a French fry man I was in McDonald's in 1994 or how well I hiked the football on the field that same year or how well I will sell metrocards and give directions in the subway after July 18th, means I don't have a life. The right to call myself an artist and be acknowledged as such is important to me. If production of this album were to come to a complete hault never to be released I would be very upset. As I mentioned before I am an artist of my own work before a spectator of someone else's. If I can't perform, I know I will cease to show up where others perform and spin. If I can't be a contributing artist, I am useless as a full time spectator and that's all there is to it. How does it relate to M.C. Too Tall? That's what I want to know. 

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