RING OF FIRE: THE ARRANGEMENT’S HOTTEST GIGS EVER
Ladies and gentlemen, the summer sizzle is upon us! As the mercury continues to rise, let’s take a quick look back at some of The Arrangement’s hottest gigs of all time.
July 17, 2007 (Tempe, Arizona) Temps soared into the upper 120’s at Phil’s second cousin’s nephew’s pool party. Three Gatorade transfusions and an ice bath were required by the group to finish out the second set. The third set was a sad farce, consisting entirely of an improvised song by Drew called “It’s Too Hot and I Really Think I Might Be Dying (Sweet Jaysus)”.
September 6, 2011 (Miami, Florida) Opening of Johnny Nitro’s Tequileria. A bottle service sparkler mishap at roughly 11:30PM soon enveloped the entire club in flames. Without missing a beat, Phil launched into an acapella rendition of “Burning Down the House”. The remaining audience went wild, but Phil sustained third-degree burns to his vocal chords for his heroic efforts.
August 12, 2016 (Rio Grande Valley, Texas) The Brotherhood of Hibachi Chefs Local Union 392 Summer Picnic was simply a bad idea from the start. We really should’ve seen that one coming.
Here come the Hot Steppers: The Arrangement’s bringing the heat on Saturday, July 8 at T-Bonz Grille & Taphouse from 7:00pm to 11:00pm!
The Arrangement features Mr. Drew Fontaine on acoustic guitar and vocals, accompanied by Mr. Phil Rosensteel on djembe, backing vocals, cymbals, penny whistle, and quite possibly the flutina. They play fun and inventive covers of all your favorite songs. Unless all your favorite songs are by Buster Poindexter. Sorry, but that’s just not how The Arrangement rolls. Yee-ikes.
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