Kinsey Sicks's "Electile Dysfunction" Ready to Rock the GOP in Tampa
BY Neal Broverman
August 09 2012 5:32 PM ET
"America's Favorite Dragapella phenomenon," The Kinsey Sicks, is bringing their "Electile Dysfunction" show to Tampa for this month's Republican National Convention.
On August 24, two days before the RNC, The Kinsey Sicks will perform their show at the Tampa Theater. "Electile Dysfunction" is described in a press release as a "willfully warped version of a presidential campaign [that] touches on education, immigration, unemployment, scandal, sex, corruption, pandering and social networking — and all in glorious four-part harmony. The original songs and brilliant reimaginings of classics at this performance include biting numbers such as 'Sell the Poor,' 'Eliminate the Schools,' and the campaign anthem, 'Vote for Me (I'm Not from Kenya).'"
Read more about The Kinsey Sicks here and see a trailer for "Electile Dysfunction" below.
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