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The man, the myth, the legend that is Conan O'Brien stepped up to the stage in our Blue Room June 10, 2010 for a surprise show for a legion of hungry fans who had been lined up in our alleyway since the wee hours of the previous morning. The famed television host, comedian, writer, producer, musician and eccentric entertainer with his "Legally Prohibited Band" had the audience in wide-eyed amazement of their clever cover of a little known tune called, "Seven Nation Army" and a bevy of other gems. Jack White joined in on the rock n' roll hilarity for a rendition of Eddie Cochran's "Twenty Flight Rock" and the crowd went wild. Coco never disappoints.
In addition to the full-length live album, Conan has also contributed to our Green Series, a collection of spoken word/instructional 7"s. "And They Call Me Mad" is Conan's uproarious improvised take on the Frankenstein fable. The B-side of the record contains an interview conducted by longtime friend Jack White and is just a taste of the madness both men border on for the sake of their professions.