Corn Mo at Parkside Lounge – Tuesday, June 17

Brooklyn-based Corn Mo plays tonight at The Parkside Lounge before embarking on a 3-week European tour opening for Ben Folds Five.

From Corn Mo’s website:

Corn Mo played in a jazz band. Then a country band. Then did a recording session for a Kentucky Fried Chicken song contest in another country band. Then a rock band called Illusion. Then a metal band called Without Warning. Then another metal band called Tiruth. And then, he found the accordion. And then he joined a juggling troupe and provided the soundtrack. And then he played with another fellow named Mauve Oed. And then Mauve Oed left. Then, he joined an art rock band called The Dooms UK. And then he left. And then he started 357 Lover which became the band of what he tried to do solo. And then decided to keep doing both. And then he joined a sideshow circus called The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus. And then he started touring and having adventures. And then he joined the Polyphonic Spree and toured with David Bowie. And then he left the Polyphonic Spree. And then he did shows with David Cross, Ben Folds, and They Might Be Giants. And its been awesome. And it keeps getting better.

Tuesday June 17
Live Music at Parkside Lounge
8pm – Overcast (indie garage folk)
9pm – Snazz Mammouth (indie alt electro)
10pm – Corn Mo (indie alt rock)

Parkside Lounge
317 E. Houston St. (Attorney St.)
New York, NY
(212) 673-6270

Corn Mo on myspace

Below is a clip of Corn Mo singing “Maybe Tonight” recorded live at The Parkside Lounge:

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