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I'll be accompanying the Turnbull ACs tonight for one song at the Southgate House. It's a benefit to raise money for AVOC.

All 18 episodes of our 2007 Chicago Sketchfest series are now online...

Episode #01 - Welcome to Chicago
Episode #02 - Energy Guys
Episode #03 - Keilly & Roeters (and Raimi)
Episode #04 - Ms. Chickaburns
Episode #05 - Emo Philips
Episode #06 - OneTwoThree
Episode #07 - Interview Style
Episode #08 - Freedumb
Episode #09 - Performance Anxiety
Episode #10 - Party Central USA
Episode #11 - Bathroom Break
Episode #12 - Triplette
Episode #13 - Guest Correspondent
Episode #14 - Now Fear This
Episode #15 - After Parties
Episode #16 - Sketchcore
Episode #17 - What do you love about the Chicago Sketchfest?
Episode #18 - Sketchubator

We also have some upcoming screenings:

Saturday, May 19 - Underneath Cincinnati Best of 2006
The Carnegie Visual + Performing Arts Center
1028 Scott Blvd, Covington, KY
featuring screenings of Cheese Knives and Mustache of Lies
7pm, $10 advance / $12 day of show

Saturday, June 2 - 2007 Cincinnati Fringe Festival
Know Theatre of Cincinnati
1120 Jackson St, Cincinnati, OH

featuring a screening of The Haircut
2pm, free with Fringe button ($2)

Saturday, June 9 - 2007 Cincinnati Fringe Festival
Know Theatre of Cincinnati
1120 Jackson St, Cincinnati, OH

featuring a screening of The Haircut
2pm, free with Fringe button ($2)

This Saturday, April 21, I'll be your DJ after performances by
MOTH, The Melismatics and Stereo Deluxe.

3929 Spring Grove Ave (in Northside)
Cincinnati, Ohio
18+, 9pm, FREE

CityBeat's Best of Cincinnati 2007 issue came out today and they had this to say about my project, The Haircut...

BEST HAIRCUT: Always adventurous local artist
Kendall Bruns cleverly and humorously documented his
efforts to find a new hairdo in his film, The Haircut,
which played at July's Lite Brite festival. The full crowd
at Lite Brite was charmed by the reality-TV-spoofing
flick - which found Bruns soliciting ideas for the cut
and then whittling entries down to a final winner -
and audience members laughed throughout.

If you're interested in seeing the 40-minute film, you'll have your chance this Friday, March 30 at the TuTu Gallery located at 1349 Main Street in downtown Cincinnati. The film will be screening on a loop during the Final Friday opening from 7-10pm. Also, for the first time, all of the entries will be on view.

Then, next Thursday, April 5th, is badonkadonk at the Northside Tavern (voted "Best Bar" by the readers of CityBeat) - I'll be your DJ playing a mix of classic, indie, pop, rock.

Finally, on Saturday, April 7th (my birthday), Bright Lights is taking the night off at alchemize (voted "Best Dance Club" by the readers of CityBeat) to present a very special guest... Girl Talk.

You should be checking the Pizza Inifinity profile on YouTube to see episodes of our behind the scenes look at the 2007 Chicago Sketchfest. In recent episodes we've interviewed Ted Raimi and Emo Philips as well as many other talented, less well-known folks.

Go to http://www.youtube.com/PizzaInfinity to see the latest.


Sorry for the lack of updates... I'm busy! There's new stuff on the shows page.

I'm heading out the door on my way to Columbus for the Mid-Ohio Con. I'll be working at the Devil's Due booth Saturday and Sunday.

I'm sure we'll be selling copies of that new Family Guy Vol. 3: Books Dont Taste Very Good that I did some colors on - also now available in a trade paperback with the all three issues.


Last night was a lot of fun - thank-you everyone for coming out!

This year for Thanksgiving I decided to make a sweet potato pie... and I made a little movie about it.


It took me a little over seven hours and it cost me just shy of $40 to make those pies.


Wednesday, November 22, is sometimes called "the biggest bar night of the year" and to celebrate, we're Bright Lighting it... on a Wednesday.

To make your night even better, we're doing a buck off all well drinks. $1.50 PBR, $2 High Life, and now a buck off your liquor-- ALL NIGHT.

I've worked on two new short films in recent weeks, Bloody Mary and Let's Spin the Night Together. Read all about them at www.pizzainfinity.com. Check the shows page for some upcoming events.


I've been keeping busy the last few days doing some video with the Sundresses at their Barkinghaus recording sessions.

I've got a few things coming up though...

Saturday, Oct 14 - Bright Lights
Alchemize, 3929 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, OH
the best new indie rock, dance and hip-hop with DJs Nick Spencer and Kendall Bruns
no cover, 8pm-3am, 18+

Sunday, Oct 15 - Underneath Cincinnati
The Historic Southgate House
24 East 3rd St., Newport, KY

featuring a screening of Mustache of Lies
$5, 8-10pm, 18+

Thursday, Oct 26 - Taft Museum of Art College Night
Taft Museum of Art, 316 Pike Street, Cincinnati, OH
Calling all college and university students, faculty, and staff. Show your college ID and get free admission to the Taft Museum of Art for a special evening of art making, refreshments, tours through the special exhibition and permanent collection galleries, music from DJ Kendall Bruns and fun with your peers and colleagues.
5–8pm, FREE
with college ID


Pizza Infinity has finished a music video for legendary California band, White Flag.

Who is White Flag? Over the years, several musicians have joined and left White Flag. Pat Fear and Doug Graves founded the band in 1982. The band's recordings or live performances have at one time featured both Ken Stringfellow (who appears under the name Kim Crimson) and Jon Auer of the Posies, Kim Shattuck and Ronnie Barnett of the Muffs, Jeff McDonald and Steve McDonald of Redd Kross, Greg Hetson from Bad Religion, Dale Crover from the Melvins, Eric Erlandson from Hole, Javier Escovedo of legendary Los Angeles punk band The Zeros, and Rancid's Tim Armstrong to name only a few.

So we had them film themselves performing the song in California and then send us the footage...



I'm going to be helping Nick tonight with the music selections at Bright Lights.
Drink $1 PBR all night... enjoy free Guido's Pizza at last call... plus you get Sara, Sonny and Jilly behind the bar...

Bright Lights @ alchemize
3929 Spring Grove Avenue in Northside
Open at 8pm, NO COVER
$1 PBR and free Guido's Pizza @ Last Call

...and if anyone could do that Audrey Hepburn dance that'd be great too.


On September 7th, 2004 I was the guest on the Josh Flowers Show, a public access talk show hosted by... Josh Flowers. This was the first time I met Josh and after our next meeting (on the set of a local indie short film shoot) we started writing Love Me Don't Sit on Me together. In the two years since then we've completed over 90-minutes worth of short films that have been screened locally and nationally, winning some awards along the way. Many of the films can be seen on our website, www.pizzainfinity.com.

Josh posted a more detailed blog about all of this on his MySpace page but here's video from my appearance on the show...


So to celebrate, I think everyone should buy a Pizza Infinity shirt...

Pizza Infinity T-Shirts!
Featuring the Pizza Infinity logo screenprinted on 100% combed cotton American Apparel Standard American shirts. Available in two different colors - black and army green.

order online at www.pizzainfinity.com

Once again, I will be (digitally) DJing at alchemize on Thursday nights with Jag Deep - now in their new Northside location at 3929 Spring Grove Ave (used to be Preacher's). The grand opening of the new space is Wednesday, September 6th with Band of Horses! Dirtybirdz starts September 7th and repeats every Thursday night thereafter - no cover. One of the big changes is that the new venue is 18+ so bring your recently graduated from high-school friends.

In Pizza Infinity news, our short film, Utter Chaos, is being released on DVD in October. Utter Chaos is an adaptation of a short story from the Students of the Unusual, a horror anthology comic book. We won the "Best Comic to Film Adaptation" award at their film showcase which took place at Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC in June. They're releasing a special issue that includes a bunch of short adaptations on DVD. They've created a trailer to promote the release.

Here's our behind the scenes look at Making Utter Chaos.

If you want a copy of of this DVD the best way is to contact your local comic book retailer NOW and request a copy of the Students of the Unusual: Extra Credit Special #1 published by 3 Boys Productions - solicited in Diamond Previews AUG06 3554. It's only $2.95 for a 48 page comic plus the DVD and this will be the first commercially released DVD that includes a Pizza Infinity film - jump on it! If you don't know where your closest comic book retailer is call 1-888-COMIC BOOK or visit www.comicshoplocator.com

OK, next... the new issue of Cincinnati CityBeat is their annual State of the Arts issue and I'm briefly mentioned. I was included in their 2003 issue as part of their Next Influentials Arts Rankings. In the current issue they revisit that list... Young Influentials Take Root in Cincinnati.

Thanks to everyone who came to see and/or was just there and had to put up with the premiere of The Haircut last night - 400 people crowded into the ballroom at the Southgate House! Two other Pizza Infinity films are showing this weekend at Lite Brite - Exploded and Love Me, Don't Sit on Me.


It's been two years in the making but it's (finally) here - the world premiere of my haircut documentary is Friday, July 28th at the Southgate House as part of the Lite Brite Indie Pop and Film Test. The short film will be presented on a 25 foot screen in the ballroom between performances by Man Man and Danielson.

"The lighthearted, surprisingly suspenseful, sometimes insightful 36-minute film comes off like a well-oiled episode of a reality television program." - Jason Gargano, Cincinnati CityBeat

Read the entire CityBeat article - Man of the People

After the film, Josh Flowers and I will be providing video during Danielson's performance. AND we'll have Pizza Infinity shirts for sale!


We're doing dirtybirdz on Thrusday night at the Madison Theater after a performance by Voxtrot! Check out this cool poster Julie made... come dance with us!


I'm heading to California tomorrow morning for the San Diego International Comic-Con. I'll be with Devil's Due Publishing at booth #1732. Devil's Due is one of the top ten comic book companies, publishing titles that include G.I. Joe, Army of Darkness, Family Guy and Hack/Slash (being made into a film by Rogue Pictures).

Also present at the con will be Students of the Unusual (booth #5523), who will be promoting the Giant-sized Students of the Unusual Extra Credit Special #1 which includes a DVD featuring Pizza Infinity's short film, Utter Chaos, as well as some special features. I can't wait to meet these guys - it was a lot of fun making a film of one of their comics.

The Comic-Con is really a multimedia entertainment event and one of my favorite things about it is going to panels where filmmakers talk about their upcoming projects. I'm planning to see Robert Smigel (TV Funhouse, Triumph the Insult Dog), Samuel L. Jackson (Snakes on a Plane), Kevin Smith (Clerks II), Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko), Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant (Reno 911) to name a few.

If you're in San Diego for the con, come to the Devil's Due booth and say hello!


The Summer
Underneath Cincinnati film series is tonight at the Southgate House and they're screening our short film, All Two of Us - PLUS they'll be showing our trailer for The Haircut - get a sneak peak at what you'll be seeing July 28th!

All Two of Us recently won "Best Picture" at Chicago's 48 Hour Film Festival. This is what CityBeat has to say about it...

"If you're into watching crazy people abuse each other (and who isn't?), then the ménage a trois of dumb, dumber and dumbest that is the film All Two of Us (pictured) might be for you. Created by the local cinema team Pizza Infinity, the short flick is a weird trip into the lives of three best friends and their psychotic adventures."

Cincinnati CityBeat, To Do List: Eclectic Images

PS - Mustache of Lies won the "Producer's Choice" award at The Best of Cincinnati's 48 Hour Film Project on Friday.

I'm pleased to report that our film, All Two of Us, won "Best Picture" at Chicago's 48 Hour Film Project. We also took home awards for "Audience Choice", "Best Use of Character" and "Best Use of Prop".

All Two of Us was a Pizza Infinity/OneTwoThree production. The short film will go on to compete on the international level.

The Best of Cincinnati's 48 Hour Film Project is this Friday and our film, Mustache of Lies, will be screened and in competition at that event...

The Best of Cincinnati's 48 Hour Film Project
The Carnegie Visual + Performing Arts Center
1028 Scott St, Covington, KY
$8, Friday, July 14 - 8pm

The 48 Hour Film Project has taken up a lot of my time over the last couple weeks. We competed and created films in two cities - Mustache of Lies in Cincinnati and All Two of Us in Chicago. All Two of Us won the "Audience Choice Award" in Chicago and will be screened at the Best of Chicago show on July 10th. There are pictures and fairly detailed accounts of what went down posted at www.pizzainfinity.com.

The 48 Hour Film Project begins at 7pm tonight. Josh and I have put together a strong team this year - we have a crew! I'm going to try to have the webcam going for a lot of the time when we're at my apartment planning, writing and editing - we'll see how long that lasts.

There are many many variables that make the 48 Hour Film Project a lot of fun and completely unpredictable but one thing we know already is when you can see the results. The films will all be screened at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center next week. We're team Pizza Infinity in Group C.

Our group's films will be screened at 6:15pm on Wednesday, June 14th and again on Friday, June 16th at 9pm. Admission is $6. Please come and see our film and vote vote vote for us (they do an audience choice award). Josh and I will be at the screening on Wednesday but will miss the Friday one since we'll be in Chicago doing the 48 Hour Project all over again with OneTwoThree. Isn't that just the stupidest thing you've ever heard?

Cincinnati Enquirer - A movie in 2,880 minutes


Thanks to everyone who came to the screening last night! The film got a good reaction and the Greenwich is a really cool looking place - giant fish tank! Plus, they had free pizza which Josh and I have deluded ourselves into believing was a nod to us. It's happening again tonight so make it if you can...


The 2006 Cincinnati Fringe Festival is happening right now and our short film,
Love Me, Don't Sit on Me, is going to be presented in the Celluloid Fringe screenings at the Greenwich on Monday and Tuesday night.

Celluloid Fringe, June 5th & 6th, 8 p.m.
The Greenwich, 2442 Gilbert Ave
$12 / $10 with Fringe Festival button
festival passes also available
(513) 221-1151

Cincinnati CityBeat - To Do List: Celluloid Fringe


There's been some recent Fringe Festival press. Check out this article from the Cincinnati Enquirer.

I'm not sure where the "three short films" bit came from. We're going to be showing Love Me, Don't Sit on Me - just as good as three short films.


Wanna see what it was like to film with cows and babies on set?

watch Making Utter Chaos - Quicktime(10.4 MB), Vimeo, YouTube

OK, so I reported that we were done editing Utter Chaos a few days ago but we changed our minds at the last minute and reshot some footage last week. Big improvements were made. NOW it's finished. Your first chance to see it will be at Heroes Convention Charlotte in North Carolina on June 30th. some pictures from the second day of shooting have been posted at
at www.pizzainfinity.com.

A few more details about the 2006 Cincinnati Fringe Festival have been revealed. Love Me, Don't Sit on Me will be screened on June 5th and 6th at The Greenwich. More info has been posted on the shows page.

Many of you may know that my filmmaking collaborator, Josh Flowers, is in a sketch comedy troupe called Damn Handsome Men. They were even on the cover(!) of CiN Weekly a few weeks back. Also in the group are Richard Alcorn, Aaron Maas, Erin Schaur and Scott Spaulding - names you should recognize from their many contributions to our films. They have a show tonight at Union Station (which used to be Crush which used to be Plush) in downtown Cincinnati. Show starts at 7pm? 825 Main St.

1 - Some pictures from when I went to the DC Comedy Fest are posted at www.onetwothreecomedy.com
2 - We're done editing Utter Chaos - there are some pics posted at www.pizzainfinity.com
3 - Check out this Hey Clip Fan Site if you were confused about our last Making the Cut

We've been officially notified that Love Me, Don't Sit on Me has been accepted to the 2006 Cincinnati Fringe Festival. The festival runs from May 31 through June 11. This will be the third year for the fest which features experimental work in a variety of media including theatre, dance, music, poetry, visual art, film and everything between and beyond.

AND look for The Haircut to premiere on July 28th - details to come!

Things I learned recently... if you want to make a short film in a short period of time, you can have cows in it or you can have a babies in it but you should never try to have BOTH at the same time.

Tuesday, Josh and I filmed a short called Utter Chaos featuring Paul Kreft, Stirling Maas and Steve Groh. It's based on a short story by Terry Cronin, from his anthology comic book, Students of the Unusual.

pictures, etc, etc at www.pizzainfinity.com


From today's Press Release...

In the recently opened Mission: Impossible III, Tom Cruise runs around with a bomb planted inside his head. Cincinnati filmmakers Kendall Bruns and Josh Flowers already explored this territory nearly a year ago in their award winning comedic short film, Exploded.

Exploded, created as part of last July's 48 Hour Film Project, begins with the main character waking to discover a bomb has been planted inside his head. The same plot point was hinted in some of the Mission: Impossible III trailers but it wasn't until Kendall Bruns watched the film that it really became apparent.

Bruns says, "I cant believe it. Especially considering how we came up with the idea." The 48 Hour Film Project is an international festival and competition where teams have only 48 hours to write, film and edit a 4-7 minute film. Teams randomly draw a genre at the start of the allotted time. "Our genre was Action/Adventure and we tried to think of the most ridiculous idea possible. The fact that what we came up with has now coincidentally been used as a major plot point in what is sure to be one of the years biggest movies is pretty ironic. We spoofed the movie before it even came out... by accident," explains Bruns.

Flowers is equally surprised saying, "I mean come on, a bomb in the head? You wouldn't even see that in a Bond movie. Instead of just shooting the guy you perform surgery and implant a bomb in his head? Their version isn't even a comedy!"

watch Exploded online:


Be sure to come to the
Southgate House this Sunday to see Love Me, Don't Sit on Me presented as part of the Spring Underneath Cincinnati. In the meantime, you can now watch Cheese Knives online in Quicktime(10.4 MB) and on YouTube.

DC was a bunch of fun - thanks for asking.


W a-s-h i-n-g t-o-n, baby, DC!

I'm leaving tomorrow for Washington, DC and the DC Comedy Fest! I'll be traveling with Chicago sketch comedy group, OneTwoThree, who will be performing on Friday and Saturday night. I'll be the one with the video camera. Details below...

Friday, April 7th @ Flashpoint
Mead Theatre Lab, 916 G Street, NW, Washington, DC
9PM: OneTwoThree, Uphill Both Ways & Fearsome

Saturday, April 8th @ The Comedy Spot, Mainstage
Ballston Mall, Third Floor, 4238 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
7PM: OneTwoThree & Fearsome

If you live in the area come to the shows and say hello!


I've been voted "Best Local Artist" by the readers of CityBeat in their annual Best of Cincinnati issue. Thanks! If you're wondering what I've been up to you should come to the Southgate House on April 16 for Underneath Cincinnati. They're going to be screening our short film, Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. We'll also be premiering The Haircut this Summer.

The Best of Cincinnati issue came out yesterday and you can find it out on the street and around town. They also mention the 48 Hour Film Project and the 80s Pop Rocks show.

Alchemize won two awards, "Best Bar/Nightclub" and "Best Dance Club". Sooo... come to alchemize tonight and celebrate with me at dirtybirdz - Jag Deep and I play music every Thursday for your dancing pleasure. Music starts at 10pm, there's no cover and they have PBR drafts for only $1 each from 10-11:30 and Sparks are $3.50.

1122 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH


Underneath Cincinnati Best of 2005 is this Friday, 7pm at The Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, OH. They'll be screening our short film, Exploded, which won the "Audience Choice Award" at the Fall Underneath Cincinnati. Details can be found on the shows page. You can read an article from CityBeat about the show here.

You should really be checking www.pizzainfinity.com for updates about The Haircut. We have the first four episodes of Making The Cut posted so far...


You've probably been wondering what Josh and I have been keeping ourselves busy with since we finished Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. Well, I've mentioned on here that we're editing The Haircut and we've decided to give everyone a little bit of a peek at what we're doing by posting some little web-isode making-of thingies. They're all the rage. Check out the first installment at www.pizzainfinity.com

Tonight and Thursdays hereafter, I will be joining Jag Deep in presenting, for your dancing pleasure... music. How's my grammar?

Every Thursday
Upstairs at Alchemize
No Cover

Anything danceable goes.
A little bit of everything.



Cheese Knives won the "Audience Choice Award" at last week's Underneath Cincinnati screening. Thanks for voting for us. This means we're guaranteed inclusion in the Underneath Cincinnati Best of 2006 which will be... in February 2007. But you don't have to wait until then to see one of our films on a big screen because the Underneath Cincinnati Best of 2005 will be held February 24, 2006 at the Contemporary Arts Center and our film, Exploded, will be screened that evening.


Josh and I did some editing for The Haircut last night. When we're not working on that we're writing writing writing. Don't forget Underneath Cincinnati this Sunday - the show starts at 8pm. I'm switching hosts for this website so there might be a little downtime in the next couple days...

The show on Friday was a lot of fun - thanks to all who came! On Saturday Josh and I went to the Chicago Sketchfest and saw a lot of good stuff, including my friends, OneTwoThree. Thanks to all my, uh, Chicago fans for your nice comments - I had no idea...

OK, so for all of you who missed the Love Me, Don't Sit on Me screening... you also missed the premiere of Cheese Knives... BUT you're gonna have a chance to see Cheese Knives this Sunday - it'll be screened during Underneath Cincinnati at the Southgate House. Cheese Knives is a short film (4:30 minutes) about... um... cheese knives - you'll see.


The press loves tonight's show... we play at 11!

AroundCinci.com - Rock out to great album art
CIN Weekly - Music appreciation
Cincinnati CityBeat - One Good Cover Deserves Another


This Friday I'll be performing at the Southgate House for a show in conjunction with the Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition, Borrowed Time: The Photograph as Music Album Cover. The rest of the band will be Kristen Kreft (keys), Matt Mooney (bass) and Ken Petrosky (drums). We'll be performing a song by the Alan Parsons Project. You can read an article from AroundCinci.com about the show here.

Happy 2006.


Heads up to everyone that the trailer for The Haircut has been posted at www.pizzainfinity.com. Also, if you'd like to hear two of the songs from Love Me, Don't Sit on Me, go here.

I'll be performing two solo acoustic songs tonight at Allyn's Cafe...

Hullabaloo 2! The biggest singer-songwriter night ever... Tuesday, Dec 13

performing: Sammy Mckee, Greg Burton, Shawn Scott (Chaselounge), Stephen Sunday, Ryan Malott (500 Miles to Memphis), Kelly Evans Trio, Ben Davis (formerly of Giant Judys), Todd Lipscomb (Kentucky Struts), Viva La Foxx, Whitney Barricklow, Jeremy Springer (the Sundresses), Dan Mecher (Turnbull AC's), Tristen Shields, Kendall Bruns (And How), Lisa Walker (Wussy), Tristan Ekerson (Trifectafunk), Matt Mooney (Super 77), Kelly Thomas, Brett Rink

starts at 9pm - FREE - all ages
Allyn's Cafe, 3538 Columbia Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45226

I appreciate people coming to see the movie on Friday - thanks - there'll be more screenings at some point.


The new issue of CityBeat has an article (with picture) about Friday's premiere (scroll down)...



Everyone's been asking for it... directions and map to get to Tangeman on Friday have been posted at www.pizzainfinity.com.


Busy days and nights. Last night we met with Ken Petrosky and completed the final audio mix for Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. I finished picture touchups today so I believe we might be... finished?! Tonight we're going to the theatre to do a test run and see how things look and sound.

There was a nice article (with picture) about the December 9th show in this week's Sunday Challenger.

night Josh and I edited Cheese Knives. I still need to make a title card but other than that it's finished - with a running time of just under 5 minutes. We'll be showing it Dec 9th. Tonight we're reviewing Love Me, Don't Sit on Me to make a list of any final adjustments we might be making to picture or sound.

I also just sent artwork for the Cincinnati Art Museum's Holiday Card to the printer. The previous two people to do their holiday card were Noel Martin and Malcolm Grear so that's pretty good company to be in I guess...

The last few weeks have been filled with work for the screening on Dec 9th. We have a final edit of Love Me, Don't Sit on Me and only minor tweaks to the sound and picture remain - t
his weekend I finished recording all the music for it. Yesterday Josh and I also filmed Cheese Knives, another short that will be presented on the 9th...

I'll be appearing at the Southgate House this Saturday for the Indie Media Fest. I'll have a bunch of posters I've done on display in the third floor gallery along with artwork by bMethe and Cycoboy.


Exploded won Underneath Cincinnati's "Audience Choice Award". The screening was back in October but we just got the news. Also, And How is playing Saturday at the Southgate House as part of BRINK - we're playing in Junie's Lounge at 11:45pm. We're going to have a brand new Button Collection - this time featuring artist, Julie Hill.


Love Me, Don't Sit on Me has a trailer and you can see it at www.pizzainfinity.com. The Cincinnati Film Society is going to be premiering the short film December 9th at the MainStreet Cinema in the University of Cincinnati's Tangeman Center. Josh and I are putting together a program for the evening that also includes other short work we've done. More details to come but for now watch the trailer and remember December 9th.

OK. Things are looking a little different now. The main change I've made is the projects section. Right now the 2005 page is the only one with content fully in place but I'm gonna be working my way back in time and everything will be viewable again soon... I hope.

Things are moving along with Love Me, Don't Sit on Me post-production - lots of working with Ken to get the sound just right. Looks like December 9th is gonna be the big screening... Josh and I have been working on a trailer for The Haircut to show as well.


I'm working on re-organizing all the information on this website to make it more user-friendly. This site has existed in some form for about five years and it's bursting with content that I'm going to try to keep alive but you might have to bear with me through a little growing pain - it'll be worth it.


Yesterday I recorded vocals for the Love Me, Don't Sit on Me theme song - it's pretty much finished now and I'm beginning work on music for the rest of the film. Also, Ken
P started the grueling process of organizing all the audio source files I gave him.

I made a website for our video production company, www.pizzainfinity.com. If you go there you'll find information about all the projects we're working on as well as behind the scenes photos and stuff that I'm not going to bother posting here.

I met with Ken Petrosky yesterday and gave him source files to start cleaning up the sound - next step will be foley work. In the meantime Josh and I have been working on the title sequence and credits...

Our short film, EXPLODED, is going to be featured in Sunday's Underneath Cincinnati at the Mockbee, 203 W. McMicken. Underneath Cincinnati is a quarterly film festival (four years running!) that features short works by mostly local artists. My short, It's So Easy, was screened by them back in January, 2002. They're doing an audience choice award at the end of the screening which puts you in their end-of-year Best of Underneath show in early 2006 so come on out and support our film.

EXPLODED was written, edited and directed by Kendall Bruns and Josh Flowers as part of Cincinnati's 2005 48 Hour Film Project. It went on to win two awards, "Audience Choice Runnerup" and "Best Music". The short features Aaron Maas, Rian Heist, Betty Anderson, Nancy Glier, Erin Schauer, Richard Alcorn, Scott Spaulding, Mick Telkamp and music by Fizzgig.

Underneath Cincinnati
Sunday, October 16, 2005
The Mockbee, 203 W. McMicken, Cincinnati, OH
8pm, $5 suggested donation

CityBeat says to do it...
http://www.citybeat.com/2005-10-12/todo.shtml - (scroll down)

In other news, last night Josh and I met with Ken Petrosky, who's going to be helping us with some audio postproduction on Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. We have an edit of the entire 20-minute film that just needs some sound work and title sequences to be complete - it's coming soon!

Last weekend I moved downtown and I'm still recovering from all that. Yesterday, Josh and I filmed the final scene for our short, Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. Tomorrow we'll be editing and we're getting close to being finished - we're hoping to do a local screening in early December.

In And How related news - I See Sound has posted a review of our Sea Sampler cd...

you have to scroll down a bit...

You can see EXPLODED online... right now.

Thursday night And How performed at the Midpoint Music festival - I think it went pretty well - a lot of people came up to me and asked for cds. Friday night I saw one million bands perform. On Saturday, Josh and I shot another Love Me, Don't Sit on Me scene - we had the brilliant idea of including a horse in a scene. I found out that horses do not cooperate nearly as much as you'd expect when you try to make them do things that are unusual. But... we got our shot and it's fantastic. Saturday night I saw another million bands.

The Cincinnati Enquirer picked And How as one of their, "Best Bets... to include on your must-see list" for Midpoint, describing us as, "Avant-garde rock with a backbone of innovative percussion."


CityBeat's write-up:

(Cincinnati) Art Rock
And How is the latest musical foray from everyone's favorite prolific eccentric, Kendall Bruns, An active multimedia artist in Cincinnati for almost a decade, he joined forces with Jane Carver a year ago to create this quirky but effective project. Don't let the whimsical implementation fool you -- the song writing has real teeth.
Dig it: Fiery Furnaces, Dresden Dolls, uncontrived duets (Ezra Waller)


I'm going to be giving away some demo cds with three songs and a video on it after our showcase on Thursday - find me and ask for one if you're there...

And How is playing Cincinnati's Midpoint Music Festival this Thursday night...

Thursday, September 22
Midpoint Music Festival 2005

Japp's on Main
1134 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH

9pm - The Green Room
10pm - And How
11pm - My Latex Brain
12am - Humans Bow Down

$5 (festival passes available), 18+

Yesterday, Josh and I did some more Love Me, Don't Sit on Me filming. This time, Dan Mecher (check out his band, The Turnbull AC's) helped out with some shots. It was a grueling, dangerous day for our star. We only have one major scene left to shoot...

Well, last night we won two awards, "Audience Choice Runnerup" and "Best Music". There were two songs by Fizzgig used in our short, "Thursday" and "In It". You can buy their music online from Amazon and a lot of other places... including the iTunes Music Store. Their next show is this Friday at
Alchemize - check 'em out!

In other news, Cincinnati CityBeat's annual Cool Issue came out yesterday and they talk about danceteria... scroll down to "Cool Moves: Danceteria"

A few other 48 Hour tidbits... found this out today - "DVDs of all the Cincinnati's 48HFP entries will be available at the Best of screening. One DVD containing all 30 screened films is only $15 ... and ALL THE PROCEEDS (after duplication costs) are evenly split between the Southern Ohio Filmmakers Association and the American Red Cross to help with Hurricane Katrina relief."

So, yeah. Our film, EXPLODED, featured Aaron Maas, Rian Heist, Betty Anderson, Nancy Glier, Erin Schauer, Richard Alcorn, Scott Spaulding and Mick Telkamp. Plus, music by Fizzgig. We were the runner-up for the audience choice award in our group when they had the original screening. Maybe we'll win a judged award or two?

Some additional details about the Best of Cincinnati's 48 Hour Film Project have been revealed - our film, EXPLODED, will be one of eleven short films screened on Wednesday as part of the awards presentation. Doors are at 6pm, show starts at 7pm. Will it be over in time to see Sufjan Stevens at the Southgate House? I hope so. Read an article about the awards show from CiN Weekly here.

Filming for the White Flag video started over the weekend (by our LA unit - ha!). Also, we made a 3-camera recording of both And How and Super77 performing on Saturday - editing hijinks are inevitable...

e Super77 cd release show is this Saturday at Alchemize and it's also one of the few And How shows we have coming up. We'll be opening the show that will aslo feature And Andy, Elliot Ruther Trio and of course... Super77. You can read an article about the show and Super77's cd in the new issue of CityBeat. I added some guest Moog synth to a track (a cover of the Cars song, Just What I Needed) that's on the bonus cd Super77 is going to have available at the show only. We're going to be scaling back the number of shows we're playing after this and Midpoint so catch us while you can. Maybe we'll have new buttons??

In other news, Love Me, Don't Sit On Me is plodding along - we recently did a scene with Jane Carver and Autumn Schrader lending their talents - it's coming together - really! Josh and I are also working on a video for legendary California band, White Flag.

danceteria is in limbo due to the sale of Carol's/Crush on Main to new owners who may or may not be completing changing everything or maybe nothing or... maybe everything.

The Best of Cincinnati's 48 Hour Film Project has finally been scheduled - September 14th at The 20th Century Theatre in Oakley. I don't know what time yet or if they're going to screen EXPLODED but we should find out soon...

The iLove 2cd / book is available for purchase from the Tokyo Rose Records website. It's a great collection of the original love songs that were performed at the iLove show in February. And How's contribution is the song, Like a Legend. Jane and I can also be heard singing along on the Haywards track. The book is 88 pages of local Cincinnati music pics dating back to the 70s - cool! (There's an I invented it! pic in there...)

And How has a new show coming up - Friday, Aug 19th with Lovely Crash
and The Turnbull AC's at Northside Tavern. We'll be playing first. Don't forget about the iLove cd/book release at the Southgate House tonight.

The Midpoint Music Festival 2005 schedule has been announced.
And How will be playing at 10p.m. on Thursday, September 22, at Crush on Main with The Green Room, My Latex Brain and Humans Bow Down.

Friday night was danceteria - it's so great to see the people dancing. Saturday Josh and I started editing the scene we filmed on Monday. Sunday I saw VHS or Beta. Last night And How played to a great crowd at Northside Tavern. After we played, Jason Webley did his thing, which involved accordian, stomping and drunken sing-alongs. All-in-all a good night.

On Saturday, August 6th, there's going to be a joint book release/iLove song CD release at the Southgate House. The iLove love song compilation features the And How song, "Like a Legend". The book, "where the kids are going tonight", documents the local music scene. Both will be available for sale at the show.

danceteria is tomorrow! music starts at 10pm and goes until 2am. They have a full menu so come early and eat/drink/dance.

I added some images from filming one of our final scenes for Love Me, Don't Sit On Me yesterday. The scene featured Emily Horning and Russell Ihrig - we filmed at Lenhardt's Restaurant. You'll also find some pics taken during the 48 Hour Film Project - not too many - I guess we were busy doing other stuff.


I'm back from San Diego and it was all kinds of fun - I got to hear a lot of cool people speak - Darren Aronofsky, David Cronenberg, a bunch of the Adult Swim guys. Plus, I got to see Tenacious D, so that's always good.

The 48 Hour screenings last week were incredible. 1,115 people came to see everyone's short films! The audience's response to our film, EXPLODED, was great - we were voted the Group-A Audience Choice Runner-up! There will be a Best of Cincinnati screening in August where they'll announce all the judged awards.

Josh and I are still working on Love Me, Don't Sit on Me. We're filming one of the final two scenes on Monday.

Diane and I are starting a new monthly dance night - it's called danceteria and it will be every final Friday at Crush - check out www.danceteriatypes.com or myspace.com/danceteria for more info. We're looking for dancing video submissions...

The next And How show is August 1st at the Northside Tavern - FREE show. We're working on some new songs - expect at least one of them to debut at the show.


Don't forget the 48 Hour Film Project screenings tonight! We're in GROUP A (Me Team) at 4:45PM. Tickets are $7 and available at the door.

AMC Newport on the Levee
One Levy Way, Newport, KY

Here's an article from the Cincinnati Enquirer about the project.

lots of stuff to report... Josh and I have been editing our short film, Love Me Don't Sit on Me, like madmen. We have a rough cut over halfway finished. Only 2 short scenes left to film! We're going to be taking a break from working on it this weekend though because we're participating in the 48 Hour Film Project. We'll be one of 36 teams in Cincinnati who will randomly draw a genre on Friday afternoon and have the next 48 hours to write, direct and edit a 4-7 minute film. CityBeat has a nice article about the project you can read here. There will be a screening of our finished film on Tuesday, July 12, at Newport on the Levee's AMC theatres. We're in group A (Me Team) showing at 4:45pm. Tickets are $7 available at the door.

Check out www.andhowmusic.com to see some pictures from the 80s Pop... Rocks show. See the poster I made for the Aug 1st Northside Tavern show in the images section.

On Tuesday I go to San Diego!

On July 29th (and every final Friday thereafter) Diane and I will be DJing at Crush!

Crazy weekend! 80s Pop... Rocks on Friday was great fun. Saturday I worked with Josh on editing - it's coming together! Saturday night we didn't end up playing the show which I won't go into here but check out www.andhowmusic.com if you're curious. Sunday I watched TV - CRAZY!

And How is playing two HUGE shows this weekend - Friday we're one of 40 bands who will be playing at 80s Pop... Rocks II - each band does an 80s cover and the money raised goes to AVOC (AIDS Volunteers of Cincinnati). If last year was any indication it'll be packed and crazy fun. Plus, this will be the first time we've played a cover AND we'll have a special guest musician performing with us.

Saturday we're opening for Aqualung at the Mad Hatter in Covington. Aqualung is here all the way from the UK where he's been highly successful ever since his song "Strange & Beautiful (I'll Put A Spell On You)" was featured in a Volkswagon commercial. He's currently touring in support of his fist US release on Columbia Records. You might have seen him recently on Last Call with Carson Daly and The Late Late Show. Also performing will be Cary Brothers who have a song on the Garden State Soundtrack. CityBeat has a big article about the show in the issue that came out today... http://www.citybeat.com/2005-06-22/music.shtml

Check out details on the shows page. After this weekend we don't have any shows scheduled until August.

And How is playing the ROCK*N*FASHION SHOW this Saturday at Alchemize with an amazing lineup of bands (MOTH, Fizzgig, Cari Clara, Clabbergirl, 500 Miles To Memphis, Goose)! We're playing first so be sure to get there by 9pm.

CiN Weekly recommends this show...

I am an editing machine. I'm getting headaches from looking at computer screens. Every day all the time I am editing even when I am not.

Today at 2pm on 88.3 WAIF-FM (in the Cincinnati area) tune in to the show Beat Tree to hear some And How songs as well as songs that I picked as influences. They supposedly stream their content online as well but I've yet to get it to work...

Josh and I worked on our scenes for the short today...

A new Cincinnati print publication called Only Local Music came out Wednesday and one of the articles quoted me... http://onlylocalmusic.com/article.php?id=8

The Beatles cd I made in 2003 got a mention today on One Louder. For those of you who need a reminder, it's a cd of The Beatles’ entire LP output from 1963-1970 that has been compressed in duration without being modified in pitch or edited so that it can fit on a single cd and experienced in one sitting. It includes 169 songs from 11 albums and you can hear it all in about 72 minutes. You can hear a sample on the mp3s page - which got an update recently...

Saturday morning Josh and I did some work on the video with new father, Tim Sweeten. Saturday night was the fantastic show at the Comet. Sunday Josh and I filmed one of the most dangerous scenes.

Yesterday was another demo day for And How. Christian displayed his talents for getting it perfect on the last take... every time.

ALSO, CityBeat recommends the show we're playing this Saturday... http://www.citybeat.com/2005-05-25/soundadvice.shtml ...you have to scroll down a bit.

Well, this weekend I was sick sick sick. But I did get a bunch of stuff done on Saturday. First, I recorded some Moog for a track with Super77. Then, while I had Matt cornered I forced him to do his part for the project with Josh. After that excitement I met with Josh and we sped across town to Paul Kreft's house to work on a scene with him and one with his wife, Nancy.


I recently completed two new posters... 5/28 at the Comet and Aqualung 6/25 at Mad Hatter.

Crazy busy weekend...
Friday night - worked on And How demos with Christian, then Crush for DJDJ, Socials, LeTechnoPUSS13s
Saturday - demos, demos, demos - this time with Jane and Christian - then Jammin' On
Sunday - filmed with Josh and the following excellent actors... Daniel B. Cooper, Alyssa Maas, Drake and Shelby - fantastic! THEN, finished those damn demos! Check them out... www.myspace.com/andhow ...and don't forget we're playing Wednesday night at the Northside Tavern with Wil Cope!

SSSSSSaturday Josh and I filmed a deceptively complicated scene -with the help of Scott Spaulding and Erin Schauer. On an unrelated note, we also just signed up for the 48 Hour Film Festival in July - we're ME TEAM.

I added some new images today - including recent Contemporary Arts Center work and The Haircut Minumentals.

The show on Saturday was fantastic! On Sunday Josh and I shot three more scenes for our video...

There's an article in the new issue of CityBeat about the show at Southgate tomorrow. And here's a review of the most recent Why? cd from Pitchfork.

And How is playing Saturday in the Southgate Ballroom with Why? and Le TechnoPUSS13s.

Why? is described as, "a folk-pop, indie-hop, sometimes-mustachioed, psych-rock quartet that operates out of the Oakland Bay Area under the bold banner of the anticon collective." They all have Cincinnati roots and have gone on to success elsewhere - let's show them some hometown hospitality.

Le TechnoPUSS13s is a 2 piece art-damaged technopop band known for their daring live performances and gross abuse of technology.

The Historic Southgate House
24 East 3rd St., Newport, KY
Saturday, April 30, 2005
Why? (of cLOUDDEAD, Anticon Collective)
And How
Le TechnoPUSS13s
9:30 doors, 10:00 show
$8/$10, 18+

And How has a website - www.andhowmusic.com

The image on the intro page right now is by Quincy Robinson.

On Saturday, Josh and I started shooting our short film. We got through the most complex scene - it feels great to be making real progress! On Friday we filmed a Damn Handsome Men performance. And on Sunday Jane, Christian and I went through our set for the 30th - busy weekend.

SPRAYPAINTING, spraypainting, I'm spraypainting chairs! I have to. They had no seat. Josh and I start filming TOMORROW.

In the last ten days I have seen the following ten bands perform live (more or less) and in person... Dios Malos, Fiery Furnaces, (In) Camera, Stylex, Chalk, Ulrich Schnauss, M83, Campfire Crush, St. Thomas, Of Montreal

Last night I spent time repairing chairs for the video Josh and I are making - I'm making seats for 2 chairs that will be playing the same chair as sort of a major element in this thing... this will make sense eventually... I think. I'm also helping Josh film some things for a comedy troupe known as Damn Handsome Men. Last Thursday we were out and about shooting stuff outside in gorgeous weather for the intro to their show. They're performing Friday night and it will be taped for the show as well - I'm a little sketchy on the details though... In And How-land Jane and I have been practicing with Christian Schmit on drums - he's going to play with us for the Why? show on April 30th - exciting.

It's long overdue but I've finally added a 2005 images section.

ok, so first - thanks to everyone who came to the show on Friday - it was a good night. Our next show is April 30 at Southgate. I had an amazing time in Italy - it was fantastic! I spent time in Florence, Pisa, The Cinque Terre, Rome and Venice. If you really want to you can check out some of the pictures I took... http://homepage.mac.com/kbruns/Menu1.html

And How is playing at Crush next Friday, April 8th, and I want you to come and help me celebrate my birthday. A few things about this show...

1. David Enright will be playing a few songs with us for the last time before he moves (!) to New York.
2. Fizzgig will be performing a semi-acoustic set. I have never seen them do this and I've seen them play a gazillion times.
3. Joshua Treble will DJ between sets and after. He recently moved to Chicago but is coming back this night to make you dance.
I urge you to grace us with your presence. If you haven't seen us play yet... do it now!

Friday, April 8, 2005
Crush on Main
825 Main St, Cincinnati, OH

And How
DJ Joshua Treble

$5, 10pm, 18+

And How is playing a free show at the Comet tomorrow (Tue) night. Then I'm off to Italy for some European vacationing and when I get back we're going to be playing a show at Crush with Fizzgig to celebrate my birthday... please come see me and enjoy and say "have a great trip!" and then come and say "how was your trip?" and "happy birthday!"

Thanks to everyone who came to the show last night. David Enright joined us for a few songs on drums - he's currently helping us record. We also had some of our new And How buttons and special hand-made Rats courtesy of artist, Corinne Dean. Next show is 3/15 at
The Comet with The Black Spoons.

ALSO, a call for help -- Josh Flowers and I need your chairs. We need a bunch of chairs - any kind but wood chairs in particular - for the short film we're working on. If you have any chairs you can donate to the cause please send me an email.

Last minute show announcement and it's a good one - And How will be playing with
Ex Models (Frenchkiss, Ace Fu) and Fotos Tue, March 1st at Southgate House! It's $5, 8:30 doors, 9:00 show, 18+. Check out the poster here. Don't forget tommorow I'm in 2 shows - Minumental 18 opening at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and performing with the 50 Shoes at Inktank. Details on the shows page.

The iLove show last weekend was a lot of fun - it was nice to share the stage with so many of my local favorites. We've got another new show to add to the list – on March 15th we'll be playing at
The Comet with a band from New york called The Black Spoons. Also, I'm going to be showing some work in the 18th Annual Minumental Exhibition at the Art Academy of Cincinnati Exo Gallery February 25 – March 17. There's an opening from 5-7pm on Friday, Feb 25. All the work in the show is no bigger than 2" in any dimension. I have some work related to The Haircut as well as a couple other pieces. AND ONE LAST THING – I just made a poster for the show at Crush 4/18 with Fizzgig.

Last night David Enright had people practice with him for his iLove song - I think there were like 14 people there. Sounded good. I think he's going to help Jane and I do some recording which is good because we've been struggling with it a bit. Anyway, the show on Saturday should be a lot of fun - we're playing at around 11 and then we'll be singing with David (The Haywards) 2 songs later.

There's a short article about the iLove show in today's CityBeat.

A couple of new And How shows have been confirmed and we're playing with some great bands...

Fri, Feb 25 at InkTank with The 50 Shoes
Fri, Apr 8 at Crush with Fizzgig
Sat, Apr 30 at Southgate House
with Why? (of cLOUDDEAD, Anticon Collective), LeTechnoPUSS13s
Sat, May 28 at The Comet with LeTechnoPUSS13s

I'll post more info about each of these shows as we get closer. The iLove show is this Saturday at Southgate House!

Thanks to everyone who came to see And How on Saturday - it was especially nice to play with The Haywards as I've been a fan for a long time. Next is the iLove show at the Southgate House Feb 12 and we're ironing out the details for a couple more shows coming up.

J'écrirai dans aujourd'hui français parce qu'il m'apporte l'immense plaisir. Les choses s'étaient déplacées le long bien. Josh et moi
accomplissent le progrès trouvant des emplacements pour notre film. Jane et moi sont prêts pour notre exposition le samedi à l'écrasement. Je m'enseigne les détails plus fins d'utiliser pro coupé par finale. C'est un beau jour.

Well, the And How demos are going to take a little while longer to finish. My Powerbook had to be sent off to get repairs so I'll have to wait the week or so to get it back and finish them. Josh and I finished our first draft of our screenplay when we met on Tuesday. It's going to be a short film - under 20 minutes. I'm sure it'll go through some changes but it's nice to be through it at least.

Jane and I worked on a new song last night for the Valentine's show at Southgate. She had a bad cut on her thumb from washing broken dishes but with a big fat bandage we pushed forward... I think Nats is gonna make some t-shirts for us. Tonight I'm meeting with Josh for some more script work.

Saturday Jane and I worked on recording two demos - "Red Sky" and "Rodentia Revue". Red Sky is pretty much done but I'm still playing with the mixing... I also met with Josh on Sunday and we plowed through more of our script - genius!

Today I made a poster for the Lab Partners show.

And How will be performing at Crush on Saturday, January 29, with Lab Partners and The Haywards. Lab Partners are a Dayton band who play dreamy shoegazer pop-rock. You may have seen them play shows opening for Enon & Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at the Southgate House in the past. The Haywards includes the legendary MR DAVID ENRIGHT - not to be missed!

Last night I recorded some And How tracks using some new techniques. Jane and I are going to try to finish them this Saturday so we have some demos to share. I've also been busy the last few days scanning in all The Haircut entries...

I had a productive weekend - on Saturday I practiced with Jane. Before we got together I had spent the morning working on drum tracks. We played along with them to get a feel for it and make corrections. After some discussion we decided they were only going to work for a few songs - the rest were better without. Then, on Sunday I met with Josh Flowers and we went over our script. We wrote dialogue for the biggest scene and some others - I think we have a lot better handle on it now and we're hoping to have a full 1st draft completed after meeting next weekend.

I have some more info on the Valentine's Day show And How is playing at The Historic Southgate House on February 12th...

Valentine's Day Love Songs by...
Culture Queer, Chocolate Horse, Ruby Vileos, Lovely Crash, Wolverton Brothers, Ass Ponys, Staggering Statistics, Chalk, Campfire Crush, Shesus, Hilltop Distillery, The Thirteens, Fairmount Girls, (In) Camera, Le Technopuss13s, The Socials, Len's Lounge, Roesing Ape, The Haywards, Burning Star Core, Coltrane Motion, The Woos, Wil-o-ee, The Minor Leagues, And How
$5, 21+, 8:30 doors, 9:00 show

Last night Jane and I practiced with some sequenced drum patterns that I created... we're trying it out. Hopefully we'll do some recording this Saturday.

Well, it's a new year so I'm going to sum up what's going on... a lot of the work I started in 2004 should be completed and ready to share in 2005. The Haircut video is in the editing stage – when it's finished I plan on having public screenings. Jane and I are working on new And How material and recording – 2005 should feature an And How cd release and shows. I'm working on a script with Josh Flowers that we hope to finish and film this year. There's also the distinct possibility of seeing a Cicada:The Musical DVD release and more I invented it! releases this year. I'm sure there will be all kinds of other things I can't anticipate right now – I wouldn't have guessed the end of I invented it!, Appropriately Enough, 80's Pop...Rocks!, Cicada:The Musical, The Haircut, Rock & Read Fest 2004, The Josh Flowers Show, The Lite Brite Indie Pop And Film Fest, Awesome!!! and the beginning of And How if you'd asked this time last year. I can tell you that And How will be performing one song at the Southgate House for a special Valentine's themed show on Feb 12 – more details to come and happy new year.