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  • Phoenix Comicon Hosts Kirby Krackle

    Press Release:

    Rocking with Jim & Kyle

    KIRBY KRACKLE TO ROCK PHOENIX COMICON

    Seattle Nerd Band to attend in May

    Phoenix, Ariz. March 20, 2010—Kirby Krackle, a rock band with
    pop-culture and geek flavor is set to appear and perform at Phoenix
    Comicon. Their song titles include “Naked Wii,” “The Villain Song,”
    and “Zombie Apocalypse.”

    “I love music and I love being a geek, and when I can combine the two
    I’m never happier,” said Joe Boudrie, programming director. “Plus,
    Kirby Krackle is hilarious. They’re going to rock Phoenix Comicon.”

    Kirby Krackle consists of Jim Demonakos and Kyle Stevens, who write
    their songs about topics ranging from comic books, video games,
    zombies, girls and much more.

    “We have some great bands lining up to play at the Hyatt Regency, our
    host hotel for our evening and nighttime programming,” said Matt
    Solberg, Convention Director. “A lot of people don’t know how great
    the music scene is going to be at Phoenix Comicon.”

    Jim Demonakos is no stranger to the Comicon scene. Organizer of the
    largest comic book & pop culture show in the Pacific Northwest,
    Emerald City Comic Con, he also co-owns the largest chain of comic
    book stores in the state of Washington, the Comic Stop. Stevens, a
    professional songwriter and producer, has been writing and recording
    since he was 15. His current solo debut, “Songs from the Orange Room”
    is now available on iTunes.

    Additional bands performing at the Phoenix Comicon include Calabrese,
    an international horror rock band; Bad Cactus Brass Band, a New
    Orleans Second Live Street band; Kitsune Robot, an anime song cover
    band; and Spawn Atomic, a horror band with zombie and werewolf infused
    lyrics.

    More info can be found at Phoenix Comicon’s website,
    http://www.phoenixcomicon.com.

    Phoenix Comicon is the signature pop culture event of the southwest,
    presenting guests and programming for hobbyists by attracting the top
    segments of the comics, anime, sci-fi, film, tv, and gaming
    industries.  Entering its ninth year, Phoenix Comicon is expected to
    draw over 10,000 attendees to its May 27-30, 2010 convention held at
    the Phoenix Convention Center and Hyatt Regency, downtown Phoenix.

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