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Sunday, December 27, 2009

Recharge your holiday batteries with the tuneful fun of Common Rotation. This L.A.-based band of New Yorkers is home for the holidays, and joins host David Garland for a festive performance in the WNYC Studio with special guests, including guitarist Dan Miller of They Might Be Giants, and Tom Lenk of Broadway's "Rock of Ages." Common Rotation's Adam Busch and Tom Lenk met on the set of the TV show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," and also guesting on Spinning On Air is Amber Benson, who also had a role on "Buffy." Amber and Adam have co-directed a feature film, "Drones," and they'll tell us about that. Tom Lenk will tell us about Tuba Christmas, and help bring the oom-pah to the new year.

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The Union Maid Common Rotation song archive

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Drones, co-directed by Adam Busch and Amber Benson

Tom Lenk's "Tuba Christmas" (with Tom in the role of Reggie Wilson)

The first trailer for "Drones"

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Comments [2]

JaneHarvey27/twitter.com from Palm Desert, CA

"Tuba Christmas!!" Tom Lenk, unny, as always.
Drones!! Looks awesome! Can't wait.

Common Rotation!!
Btw, I love the pic. :)

So many people connected on "Buffy" Amber, Adam, & Tom and Alyson Hannigan & Alexis Denisof.
Go Buffy the Match Maker!!! Lol

Dec. 27 2009 02:39 PM
JaneHarvey27/twitter.com from Palm Desert, CA

I like the "Tuba Christmas" thingy. Tom Lenk is so funny. Like always.
Awesome "Drones" trailer. Can't wait.

Dang. "Buffy" connected so many people. Amber, Adam, & Tom. And then there's Alyson Hanniagan & Alexis Denisof. It was like a freaking match maker! Lol.

Go Common Rotation!!!

Btw, I love the pic. :)

Dec. 27 2009 02:33 PM

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