Tuesday, April 16, 2013

BOB



I've been drinking until the sun peaked over the plains of eastern Colorado and it was glorious, because what I saw in that sun was Bobrovsky. GO BLUEJACKET'S!!!

Monday, April 8, 2013

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Dancing Kevin Banned From Being Shirtless?

If you like this tv commercial I did for Cheers Liquor Mart. Let them know. They want to do more tv commercials but because of some bad phone calls they want me to leave my shirt on. Although, probably a very  good thing. But how am I suppose to perform with it on? It would be weird don't you think? Go ahead call them and let them know you want Dancing Kevin Shirtless (719) 574-2244.Or write them at Cheers Liquor Mart
1105 N Circle Dr  Colorado Springs, CO 80909. Help a dancer out.  LOL  http://www.cheersliquormart.com/    





Monday, April 1, 2013

The Arty Party Goes Viral

As many of you might or might not know. I am a gigantic (no pun intended) Columbus Bluejacket's fan of the NHL. And several years ago I began ripping my shirt off and showing belly love to my favorite team. It has grown into something rather out of control. And a perfect example is this. A few weeks ago I danced at a game to Nellly's song, It's getting Hot in Here, because the Jacket's have been on a tear. A 12 game point streak, 10-2-4 in March. One of the big players in the Jacket's turn around this year is a Russian named Artem Anisimov, affectionately called Arty by his teammates and fans. In fact the Columbus Bluejacket's supporter group known as the Arch City Army http://archcityarmy.com/ termed the phrase, "It's an Arty Party." So it made sense for me to give Anisimov his well deserved belly love. This brings us back to the video. On that particular game day, 3/14/2013 against the Chicago Blackhawks, at the designated time, I stood up and danced my ass off, as I always do, for the greatest fans & team in the league. After I sat down I drank my beer and enjoyed the rest of the game, thinking nothing of it. A few days later the Columbus Bluejacket's put the video on their website. It started getting hits slowly at first, but then it got picked up by http://www.nhl.com/ and the video hits began to raise faster until today. When I looked at the video earlier  I was floored, it was at 6,400 views. No big deal right, I mean it's not like it's the cat playing piano video, but when I checked the video again in less than an hour it shot up to over 8,000 views. Is it possibly going viral? And if so, is that a good thing? I don't know, but I will leave it up to you to decide.