Sunday, March 22, 2009

Ring of Fire

I am so glad that when Kyle, Adam and I were in Chetek, Wisconsin, and everyone assumed we were some sort of gay camping trio, that Adam didn't do his Ring of Fire karaoke at the campground bar in this style...

5 comments:

klund said...

I, of course, saw this live. It is brilliant in a way which defies the simple definition of the word brilliant.

But I do like the thought of you as part of a gay camping trio.

Mac Noland said...

I don't watch tv much, nonetheless that kind of tv, but my wife summoned me into the room to get my reaction to his rendition of the great Cash. Let's just say I'm lacking confidence in America's future.

Alex said...

I agree with Klund. I thought it was a superbly creative and bold move. Liz, not so much.

klund said...

Alex - just a bit of advice: Using the phrase, "I agree with Klund" is a bit like saying, "Hitler had some good ideas" or "Vlad the Impaler was misunderstood."

While it is true that I am always right, it's bad form to agree with me.

Now you know.

Kyle said...

I think he may have just took his inspiration from the lead singer of Wild Beasts and applied it to Ring of Fire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6Z1ABZ1iQU

Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants!

On the plus side, he at least remembered all the words to the song eh. As an aside, I have to wonder what's with guys named Adam wanting to sing Ring of Fire? Is there a statistically significant trend here?