Greetings and Welcome to That’s Funky Awesome

This man was overheard making snarky remarks at a children’s violin recital, so we hired him

Hello there.  Long time, no see.

It is with great pleasure that I’m able to welcome you to That’s Funky Awesome, the bastard offspring of what was MoonVsTheWorld.

First off, I have to send out a big thanks to everyone who made MoonVsTheWorld a daily stop during their online explorations.  Your support, feedback, and eagerness to share the posts found there with both friends and strangers alike made the site a greater success than I had ever anticipated.  That’s Funky Awesome will continue many of MoonVsTheWorld’s more popular features, including the Present Series, Bad Covers of Bad Songs, and The 80s Come Alive, but will also focus on a larger portion of original content including more one-on-one artists interviews, concert and album reviews, plus contributed articles from writers across the web.

So as to limit the nausea and dizziness that usually accompanies MVTW withdrawal, you’ll still find your favourite posts here at That’s Funky Awesome.  If by chance we missed one you feel should have been included, drop me a line at info@thatsfunkyawesome.com and alert me to my poor decision making skills.

Everything you see around you at That’s Funky Awesome is the result of the hard work of two individuals in particular:  Adam at Tilley who did the basic site design and created the That’s Funky Awesome banner logo, and Stewart (along with his peeps) over at EchoArts who helped glue That’s Funky Awesome together.  Without them you would be looking at a very sloppy, ramshackle hovel of a web site.  Adam and Stewart-you rock.

To say I’m excited about That’s Funky Awesome and where it might lead me is an understatement.  I’m pleased as punch you’ve decided to check it out for yourself.  Now, how about we get the ball rolling?  Take it away, Bon Iver.

Jay

About Jay Moon

Freelance writer guy. My ears love music. I'm a transplant recipient (October/2015), so I also give talks to the masses about that entire experience.

Posted on July 7, 2011, in The Hodge Podge. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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