Over the past fifteen years, George Peele, who goes by Orange peel moses, has delivered over 3,000 singing telegrams.
Valentine’s Day’s usually the biggest day of the year for his business, but he’s also performed for a guy getting a vasectomy and a person celebrating the last day of chemo; anniversaries, proposals and going-away parties also keep him employed.
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When Mile High Sports Radio jocks Benjamin Allbright and Benny Bash spied a spandex clownfish-clad man with a guitar attempting to deliver a singing telegram to a nearby business, they decided to invite him into the studio for an impromptu interview.
On Valentine's Day, Channel 2 reporter Kevin Torres followed Custom Singing Telegrams' founder George Peele and singer Melissa Ivey around for a couple of hours. Click on the image above to see the TV segment that aired.
TomorrowWorld might be dead in 2016, but this past weekend, EDM fans flocked to the Atlanta Motor Speedway for Imagine Music Festival. The three-day fest, which moved to AMS this year from historic Fourth Ward Park and features an Atlantis-esque aquatic theme, hosted more than 50 electronic acts, including headliners Benny Benassi, Dillon Francis, Zeds Dead and Nero. Beyond the music, attendees could attend yoga and meditation classes, check out live painting and art installations, watch Cirque performers, splash in a pool, or ride a Ferris wheel.
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Orange peel moses debuted his new Kevin Alves and Shane Etter-produced tune "Dress Up" at Westword Magazine's WhiteOut at Artopia. Peruse Westword's Artopia slideshow for photos from the Alice in Wonderland-themed fashion show.
Peruse Westword's Artopia slideshow
Jim Wills interviewed Orange peel, along with WhiteOut fashion show producer Jenny Baker-Strasburg, for Crave Magazine's Artopia preview.
READ THE PREVIEW HERE