By MIKEL TOOMBS
I was once riding on London’s subway, the Tube (oh, I get around), when there was a slight delay. An automated voice apologized for the inconvenience.
“They’re not sorry at all,” a fellow traveler observed, wearily.
And I’m sure that LMFAO, despite headlining the Sorry for Party Rocking tour that visits Seattle’s KeyArena Saturday night (June 2), is not sorry at all, and anything but weary.
After all, the LMFAO duo of Redfoo (born Stefan Kendal Gordy) and SkyBlu (Skyler Austin Gordy) are, respectively, son and grandson of Berry Gordy, who founded Motown Records, which knew a thing or two about party rocking.
They shared the stage with Madonna at the Bridgestone Super Bowl halftime show, and now the show is on the road. The extravanganza features LMFAO and the Party Rock Crew and guests Far East Movement, The Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simmons and Natalia Kills.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Mikel Toombs is a frequent contributor to GeneStout.com. Read his recent preview of Hilary Hahn & Hauschka and Leland Sundries here.)