Ladies of Ragnarok Tour

Next week I leave on an adventure with some geeky ladies. I will be driving a van half way(ish) across the country.  Starting September 26th I will be on the road with Molly Lewis and the Doubleclicks. We are touring the northeast and Midwest. We have some help from a few nerdy friends along the way, such as Marian Call, Joseph Scrimshaw, Bill Corbett, Kevin Murphy, and Mike Phirman.

It is my first big tour and I am learning a lot as I go. I’m hoping people turn out and enjoy the show and that I do not get lost along the way.

I am very excited about this tour, these are talented ladies I am traveling with. They are great performers and really have a fun and infectious geeky style.

If you live near any of the cities below, I hope you’ll come out and see us. Check us out at www.ladiesofragnarok.com

 

#Mollyclicks tour dates

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A little bit about the ladies

Young songwriter Molly Lewis, according to Wikipedia, writes “comedic songs on pop culture topics that trend toward the nerdy.” Her original songs and covers, accompanied by her masterful ukulele playing, have earned her over 4.4 million views on YouTube. Her cover of the Jonathan Coulton song “Tom Cruise Crazy” won her the “Ukulele Video of the Year” award from UkuleleHunt.com, and earned her the attention of Coulton himself. Lewis soon became a staple at Coulton concerts, and on the Internet-culture-based touring variety show w00tstock. Her first album, “I Made You A CD, But I Eated It,” was released by DFTBA Records and received local and national press. Lewis recently blew the Internet’s mind when she was invited to sing her song about wanting to have Stephen Fry’s babies to Stephen himself at Harvard University. http://sweetafton23.com

 

The Doubleclicks are a self-proclaimed “nerd-folk” duo, based in Portland, Oregon. The band is made of the Webber sisters: Berklee College of Music graduate and cellist Aubrey, and songwriter and ukulele player Angela. In 2011, the band started a “song a week” project, in which they posted new songs on their YouTube channel every week for a year – ranging in topics from superpowers to grammar. Their music, particularly a music video for their “Dungeons and Dragons” song created by Brooklyn-based artist Brad Jonas, boosted the Doubleclicks into position as a songwriting voice of the geek and gamer community. The band has toured to gaming and comic conventions and has shared the stage with Wil Wheaton, Amanda Palmer, and Paul and Storm. Though the tracks on The Doubleclicks’ first studio album “Chainmail and Cello” come from “a geeky place,” reviewers note that the Doubleclicks’ music has a broad appeal that can reach beyond the walls of the local game store. http://thedoubleclicks.com

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