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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Video Proof That Children Love Nobunny -- Or at Least Squeezing His Nose

Posted By on Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 12:29 PM

Nobunny. With children!
  • Nobunny. With children!

Awesome of the day, right here: Rabbit-faced Bay Area garage-rocker Nobunny -- a favorite of sweaty rock fans from 924 Gilman to Bottom of the Hill -- is on tour right now. While in Chicago, he appeared (for the second time!) on a children's musical show called Chic-A-Go-Go. (Basically,it's like Soul Train but with kids -- toddlers, babies, and even a few baby-looking adults.) Naturally, Justin Champlin's bunny mask was on -- and, uh, so were his dance skills. Dude rocks it in tight black pants with just a black leather jacket hiding his pasty beer gut. The kids get down to the Nobunny music playing (he doesn't actually perform). Then one brave little girl asks to squeeze his nose.

Witness:

Awesome, right? And you said you never wanted to have children.

Nobunny's out on tour for a while, but he'll be back in the Bay Area for the three-year anniversary party of Oakland record shop 1-2-3-4-Go! (and the 10-year anniversary of the shop's label of the same name). Nobunny plays Friday, July 22, at the Oakland Metro Operahouse; the anniversary party runs all weekend.

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