Post by wilmingtonfan on Dec 4, 2009 11:16:42 GMT -5
From what I have read, this is a very popular funny Christmas show. It sold out in minutes, literally and then they had to add a 2nd show, which they apparently don't usually do. I like the fact that there can be a funny Christmas show. I am glad that they added George Gerkie to the list of performers. According to The Reel this morning, he was on the Pinfield show this morning with Sam Bisbee and a portion of it was recorded. A sense of humor is important and I for one am glad that VDO is doing this -- what a nice break from the more serious roles he usually does. Here's teh link to The Reel article which has the link to a portion of this morning's interview.
This Christmas show must be popular with the listeners of that particular radio station. I've never heard of it, and I've lived in New York my entire life. But New York is a big place.
Funny is fine, and I'm all for a funny Christmas story as long as it doesn't ridicule it. My guess is that VDO wants to stay local for the holidays. so doing this gig fits nicely into that plan. I just hope that after the holidays he gets serious about his acting future.
If I really wanted to go to this show, I could. I live close enough. But watching VDO gyrate around as George Gerkie would definitely put an end to Goren/VDO as my TV boyfriend.
Post by outerbankschick on Dec 5, 2009 16:24:25 GMT -5
John Taylor shaved his head once, joined up with Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols and formed a grunge band called the Neurotic Outsiders. I bought the CD, gave it a listen. Some of the songs were good, some not my cup of tea. And John as a bald punk boy wasn't the best I've ever seen him.
Didn't change the fact that I was (and continue to be) enamored with the guy. He's still the bees knees....and even at 49 he can still look hot in leather pants. ;D
As far as I'm concerned, Vincent can stretch it any which way he wants to. I don't have to enjoy everything he does to enjoy him.
Somewhere on that Audio menu is the interview Vincent gave at the beginning of December and he ‘brought’ George along. I think he sang “18 Wheels of Love”? Scroll down carefully and the interview is just below Wierd Al ;D. A bit unusual. George Gerkie is like Chris Gaines for Garth Brooks. If you’re not careful you may get more people in your head than there’s room for!
Based on the number of posts on this thread, George is creating a concurrent stir for sure.
Last Edit: Jan 4, 2010 9:38:47 GMT -5 by spock8113