I'm sorry Sofia, but I'm a one woman man, and her name is The Funk. We communicate through stick clicks and snare hits so it's gotta be the drums. Thanks for writing in though!
Hi Lucy, hope you're not a cat lover because I'm DOG all the way, baby. I think all animals are funky in their own unique way, but James Brown didn't write about the Dooley's junkyard CATS now did he?
Who knew James Brown was a Georgia Bulldogs fan?
You can hide a lot in a navy jumpsuit, Mr. Fabio. You can also sweat through it and play it off as a just a darker shade of navy. Which is actually the key to staying trim - playing shows in bars with no A/C in the middle of July. As The-Dream once said: sweat it out ... sweat it out ... sweat it ouuutttttt.
What does a top flight soccer star do when he's suspended from competition? Catch up on the midwest funk cover band scene, I guess. In this hypothetical bite happy world I'm going to assume I can pick from past and present athletes, so if I could bite any athlete maliciously like you do, Mr. Suarez, I'd pick in-his-prime John Starks. Can you imagine his reaction? He'd probably kill me and get kicked out of the league, thus preventing us from experiencing that time he dunked on MJ and Horace.
If I could bite any athlete for joy and sustenance I'd go with the round mound of rebound, Sir Charles Barkley.
Can I pick two? Okay cool. Pineapple and garlic. Seriously. Don't hate, just try. It's like visiting a tropical beach in Italy.
Picture pink clouds and baby hair and star-dust. Picture angels strumming harps as their wings beat softly across a sweet evening breeze.
That's what it feels like when you arrive in Skokie, Illinois, where Steve Gadlin tapes his wonderful Star Makers television show.
Steve is a funny man who wears a nice looking blazer and is dedicated to finding the next stars of Hollywood and/or Broadway, here in wonderful Chicago. Check out the 2nd episode of his show, featuring a cute funk band you may have heard of:
Sup, Dad! I know you're not my real dad because his only daughter got married last summer. No worries, though, because we play all kinds of weddings, not just family ones! So yes, we'd be honored to funk up your daughter's wedding with a capital "F". Just let us know how funky you need it. We don't want any broken grandpa legs out there:
Thanks for asking that ahead of time, Lefty. Most audience members don't give the band that courtesy. I should probably check with the rest of the guys since they're the ones closest to you, but I'm going to go ahead and say, yeah, why not? As long as you have a beer in your hand and are having a good time, knock yourself out.
Just don't hold up a lighter, please.
I tried, B. I really tried, but I just don't think I'm ready for that jelly.
(Ed. note: if this is really Beyonce or someone who knows B please send any future love inquries to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also get ahold of him at facebook.com/wade+bey or @wadeandbee).