Many of you are already familiar with The Dan Band, and have been looking forward to their next show. Even if the name doesn’t sound familiar, you’ve probably seen the Dan Band.
In addition to fairly regular concert appearances around southern California and frequent work on Jay Leno’s show(s,) The Dan Band has appeared in movies such as Old School, Starsky & Hutch, and The Hangover.
They’re mostly known for performing covers of songs originally recorded by female artists, in their own unique style with a liberal application of NSFWoYC (Not Safe For Work or Young Children) language.
While good, the video clips linked above don’t really do justice to the live spectacle that is The Dan Band. Luckily, Dan and the boys will be returning to Club Nokia at LA Live this Friday, April 2 and thanks to our friends at Goldenvoice, I’ve got several pairs of tickets for you, dear readers.
Follow me past the jump to find out how to win your tickets, and see a live video clip of The Dan Band from a recent show at Club Nokia…
Want to join me at the show? Leave a note in the comments section with one or more of the following:
a.) your favorite Dan Band song/cover,
b.) song by a female artist or group that you’d like to see The Dan Band perform, and/or
c.) your favorite gender-opposite (female if you’re male, male if you’re female) song to sing at karaoke. Bonus points if you link to video of yourself singing said song.
I’ll start: I’d love to see The Dan Band perform Lady Gaga’s “Lovegame,” and I like to sing the Kiki Dee part of “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” but only if I’ve got a solid partner for the Elton John part. No, you will never (ever) see video of said performance.
Leave your entry below. Winners will be chosen at my whim (or randomly if you all make it too hard to choose, as you usually do,) and notified via email. Don’t want to take a chance? You can purchase tickets here, but get them quick as The Dan Band usually sells out.
Three weeks after this year’s Grammy Awards show, The Dan Band played at Club Nokia. Here is their stunning recreation of Pink’s Grammy performance of “Glitter In The Air.”