Jay Legaspi Marks Anniversary With Bitter End Show

Hey all,

I know it’s been forever since I posted, but business school has been keeping me mighty busy! Apologies.

Anyway, May 25th marks the 1-year Anniversary of Jay Legaspi’s debut full length album, Picture Perfect.  To celebrate, Jay has relaunched his website and  having a homecoming show with his band at The Bitter End!

The scoop:

Jay Legaspi LIVE @ The Bitter End
May 25th 2011 8:00PM (arrive early for seats)
147 Bleecker Street (between Thompson and LaGuardia)
New York City, NY 10012
$5 + 2 Drink Minimum
18+
Facebook Event

The show will feature Matt Pana on Drums and John Violago on bass.

Additional info can be found on the new and improved http://www.jaylegaspi.com.  The upgraded website is the best place to find updates on future shows and news on current projects.  Jay will also be posting exclusive content on the site, so please visit and check back often.

Jay’s album Picture Perfect is available for mail order through http://www.jaylegaspi.com and also digitally on iTunes

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Prometheus Brown – “Michelle Malkin”

Blue Scholars has been known to lay down some funky goodness in the past.  But here we find Prometheus Brown taking things to a political level with his “ode” to Michelle Malkin.  Now, we’re not a political blog and we’re certainly not interested in getting into that sort of conversation… But this song is kind of awesome, if for no other reason than the Sade sample is pretty sick.

Free download available from the Blue Scholars website.

-e

John Park: We’re rooting for you!

I don’t really watch American Idol.  But there’s a guy named John Park who sounds phenomental.  Check out his audition here:

I suppose it’s a little weird that everyone keeps commenting on how “surprised” they are at his voice.  I guess William Hung’s legacy still haunts the American Idol audition rooms… But aside from that (and Shania’s obsession with his “bottom end” and his “lips”), the man can sing.

John Park, you’ve got my vote.

-e