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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Wednesday To-Do: Totally Michael

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TOTALLY MICHAEL

9 p.m., Vino’s. $5.

With songs like “I’m Your Friend” and “Live for Happiness,” Cabot native Michael Dunlap of the one-man band Totally Michael makes happy-go-lucky pop-punk dance music. (He gleefully warns you on his infectiously fun “Shake Your Booty or Die”: “Don’t let me catch you not dancing, I’ll kill you.”) After relocating to Bloomington, Ind., in 2005, Michael has toured steadily, typically playing friendly all-ages punk shows. His latest stop in Little Rock finds him touring behind the E.P. “For You,” which includes “Shake Your Booty” and the high-school face-off jam “Cheerleaders vs. Drillteam.” Fans of Soophie Nun Squad will recognize a similar penchant for silly costumes and participatory chants. Another Bloomington act, Prizzy Prizzy Please, opens. With a more traditional band line-up, they delight in similar stage antics. HFU!, the booking group who used to host all-ages shows at the Treehouse, hosts the show as part of its regular relationship with Vino’s, which as usual, opens the concert to all ages.

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