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The Pirate Signal invades Sundance. Takes no prisoners.

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Goodness gracious. Our man Yonnas Abraham has got his hustle down cold. Just received word that the Pirate Signal has been tapped as the house band in some fabuloso mansion during the Sundance film festival in Park City, which kicks off next week in Park City, Utah. Broseph is going to be throwing down at after hours fiestas being thrown by -- brace yourselves; this is truly bananas -- 50 Cent, Ed Hardy and Justin Timberlake. I know, right? Of course, with every upside, there's a downside. In this case, Yonnas will be rocking the mike minus his ace co-hort, DJ A-What. Fortunately, DJ Beretta will be on hand to hold things down on the ones and twos. Knock 'em dead, kid.

-- Dave Herrera

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