North Coast is proud to announce that we have added three talented players to the cast! Please join us in welcoming…
Rebecca Siegel, David Ebert, and Richie Alfson!
We were thrilled and humbled to have over 45 incredible improvisers kill it this weekend at our first ever open team auditions….
Here’s a high school project I did in 2002 for my Health Class. Either we had to write a report or do something creative… and so a rapper born.
This is the first ever recording (that I know of) of me rapping. It’s my (Jonny D) Anti-Drug Rap… it features my friends Matt Durstewitz (Matty D) and Rich Tyndall (Richie T). I still don’t know anything Rich says in the song. It’s about not smoking pot.
I ended up recording this into my tube computer monitor that happened to have a mic where most laptop cameras are now. I recorded using Sonic Foundry and sampled instrumentals I got off of Napster… yeah, remember Napster?
This track was recorded and released by my fictional label ‘Platinum Teef Records’. This song was also released on a an EP I made called the “Throw Them Bows EP”… some people have this somewhere. God bless ‘em.
Jonathan DeMuth from North Coast ladies and gentlemen… Tell ya’ friends!
- It’s only $5. (You can donate the money you save to your local mega-church.)
- Because the size of an IMAX screen can never compare to the size of God’s love. And WRATH.
- ZERO percent chance “author” and witch-monger J.K. Rowling will show up to our show to corrupt your children.
- Slightly greater chance of Kirk Cameron showing up!
- You want to be saved from spending your afterlife in Hell, don’t you?!?
Here’s a video I shot and edited for Mister Clark!
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It’s weird. I haven’t played my drums in years. Mainly because of the fact that I live in an NYC apartment and the noise would be absurd. So I’ve kept them in various locations/ corners over that time never really thinking about not playing, but recently my drumming has resurfaced thanks to being asked to play in “The Kirk Cameron Repertory Players Present: A Harry Potter Musical!” (CLICK HERE for more info on the musical).
I’ve been rehearsing and brushing the dust off my drumming skills and I’ve extremely excited about drumming again! It really got sparked today when at the end of rehearsal, Don Fanelli and I did a nice 6-7 min jam! It’s been awhile since I’ve done that… So when I got home, I decided to dig through the archives and listen to some of my music from my glory (high school) days.
This track is from a group called Chase The World, which was a group with myself on drums and my friend Chris Gillian-Schwartz on guitar, bass & vocals. We only made a 3 song EP, but even now I’m still proud of the songs we recorded. This was recorded in his garage on an 8 Track recorder. We recorded 3 songs in 3 nights (after school) and spent about only 2 hours on each song. They sound fairly polished for such a short turn around. Here’s one of the songs called “Walking to the Finish Line”.
Just thought I’d share,
DCM12 - Day 1 - July 30th, 2010
Here it is… The Slap Fight heard ‘round the world: Don Fanelli Vs. George Kareman!
WARNING: THIS SHIT GETS REAL!
Shot & Edited by me.