If you’ve already sailed on the Pearl, you know it’s pretty perfect. There are people in our community who haven’t experienced the awesomeness yet, so Sixthman Jen made this video of the ship’s highlights. We’re excited to be using the Pearl for Cayamo, coming up in about a week! We’ll also be enjoying the Pearl this year on The Rock Boat, 311 Caribben Cruise, and Kid Rock’s Chillin the Most Cruise.
Sixthman TV is back! The gang’s all here, and ready to let you in on our everyday workings. If you’re new to the family, Sixthman TV is the only introduction you’ll need. Ever. In fact, check out some archives to familiarize yourself. If you’ve been a faithful follower of Sixthman TV for years, you’re in for even more secrets and capers.
We’re a family of crazy people, doing crazy things, and every month, you’ll see a new aspect of our crazy. This month: The Sixthman Dictionary. It’s no secret we all have weird job titles, and this is your opportunity to learn about all of them- Ninjas, Warriors & Pirates, oh my!
Oh hello. I’m Alaidriale. Or May. Or AlaidrialeMay. Or even Ms. Jackson… if you’re nasty. I’ve been at Sixthman for the past five years, so chances are you’ve seen me around. If not, Hi! And I’m sure we’ll meet soon. I’ve worn a good many hats here at Sixthman, but currently, I am the Guest Communications Coordinator. You know those stunning and informative emails pinging you at just the right time? That’s ME! Evil Email Genius. No big deal.
When I’m not going cross-eyed from HTML/Email madness, I’m usually either at bootcamp lifting heavy things, playing in the yard with my handsome boyfriend and two silly dogs, or sitting on a patio enjoying a refreshing adult beverage. On the off chance I’m not doing any of those things, there is a good chance I am cooking up a storm. Did I mention I love to cook? I even started a blog about it – http://bunnymadness.wordpress.com/. I hope to actually get better about updating it, but when you’re cooking, its hard to think about writing it all down. It is like painting- it just sort of happens and then you have (hopefully) this masterpiece of tastebud exploding awesomeness. In short, good cook, terrible blogger.
Enough about me though, lets talk about YOU. When I asked Chardy what I should blog about today (see terrible at blogging, above), he suggested I make a list of ways to beat the heat because… HOLY HEATWAVE BATMAN! If you are lucky enough to be in a reasonable climate, mazel tov. However if you are in any of the 27 states on this map, you feel me. Its about to be a sauna up in here. So what can you do?
1. Hit The Pool. Now, I don’t have a pool per-se, but some of my friends do. And you know when new summer friendships are made? When you find out someone has a pool. Don’t like that new guy at work? Seven months out of the year he’s a real a$$h0#e, come June he’s just freaking precious. Buy him a beer after work and casually invite yourself swimming. You’re all set. However, if you don’t have any friends, or friends with pools, or people you dislike except that they have a pool and it is 100+ degrees outside, here’s what you do: Find a nice, large apartment complex. Somewhere you can settle in and spend the day. Chances are, there is a gate and the gate has a code. Not to worry. Walk up to the gate with purpose and yell “Rick!”. When someone turns to look at you (trust me at least one person will), Make eye contact and say “Hey, have you seen Rick? (Shake your head and roll your eyes like you are just SO put out and say:) I’ve been calling him to let me in. He was supposed to be here twenty minutes ago! Typical Rick!” At which point your new friend will probably let you in. BAM. Pool scored.
2. Popsicles. Sweet, frozen nuggets of awesome. You can make ‘em, you can buy ‘em, you can stalk King Of Pops on Twitter. No matter how you get them, popsicles are essential to summertime survival.
3. Boozesicles. Popsicles (see above) + Booze = WIN. The best way to take your mind off the heat? Boozesicles.
4. Don’t be a hero. In fact, don’t move. Limit breathing. Take off your pants and BE STILL. Movement = Heat. Pants = Heat. Breathing = Heat. Heat = Bad. Crank up the A/C and pretend you’re an icicle. Strap a coozie to the dog and teach her how to fetch beers. If you don’t have A/C, lay on your bathroom floor. The tile is cool. If you don’t have a dog, train your monkey butler to bring you all the things. Pro tip: Get A/C (And a dog AND a monkey butler. Trust me.)
5. Buy a new car. It is a scientific fact that new cars have top notch A/C. I just bought one because the thought of one more summer driving down the road stuck to leather seats while I try not to faint from heat stroke was just unbearable. Let me just say this: The A/C in that thing is like a Michigan winter. Worth every penny. Don’t think. Just buy. You can worry about things like “poor investments” and “gas mileage” in the fall.
Alright good people. That’s it. Questions? Comments? Know anyone in the Greater Atlanta Area with a sweet pool? You know what to do.
Ben here. PR Manager for Sixthman. I’m the F*&$%ing new guy. FNG for short. At least that is what they refer to me as around the office. Hoping that’s gonna wear off soon. Anyway. I think you can tell a lot about a person from what they keep on their shelves, hide away in drawers, or stash in their backpack or purse. So instead of just giving it to you straight, I’m gonna let you take a look in my bag and let you make your own conclusions about who I am. First, some random facts about me to set the stage:
Random Facts: I can cook twenty minutes brownies in ten. I am fiercely loyal, so don’t cross me yo! Born and raised in Indiana. Go Colts. Go Hoosiers. Go Dawgs. I woo women with my sensuous and godlike trombone playing. I have a younger brother and younger sister. My family is very close. My parents = personal heroes. I am an abstract artist, a concrete analyst, and a ruthless bookie. I’ve spent nearly the last 15 years of my life in the entertainment industry – movies, film, and of course music. Favorite colors would be black and blue. I love living in the Inman Park area. My deft floral arrangement have earned my fame in international botany circles. I don’t think there is such a thing as bad pizza. My top favorite events ever in no order: Phish: The Clifford Ball, Xingolati Groove Cruise of the Pacific, Roger Waters: The Wall, Phish: Big Cypress. I’m not mad really, it’s just the way my sunglasses apparently make me look. On the weekends, to let off steam, I participate in full contact origami.
Current Bag: OGIO Fugitive backpack. Just got it (it was a gift!) and so far I am liking it. Normally, I’m a messenger/briefcase kind of guy but with the traveling I’ve been doing lately, it’s nice to use both shoulders instead of just one. Also, it says Sixthman on it. That’s always cool too.
Laptop: While I lust after MacBook Airs and Retina display loaded Pros, I’m currently hauling a Mid-2009 MacBook Pro. Just upgraded to 8GB of RAM and it gets the job done. I’m a Mac user all the way and as you’ll find out, a pretty big Apple nerd.
Apple Multi-Touch Mouse. Needs this everyday, I do.
Phone: iPhone 4S. Again, Apple geek. Been using the iPhone since it came out and I’ve even stood in a couple of lines to be first in the store.
Phone Case: Gotta throw a mention to the Book Book iPhone case. It’s the best. It’s a wallet that holds my phone and looks like an antique book. I love it as much as I love my phone.
iPhone Apps: They’re still technically in my bag, right? I have a couple of apps I use regularly – for productivity and fun. Currently, these are my most used:
- Dark Sky - (Best weather app for rain forecasting. Ever)
- Social – (love Foursqure, Tweetbot, casual Instagram user even though photography is a hobby of mine, I think the Facebook app is terrible.)
- Tripit and Kayak are both my go to travel apps
- Clock – I probably use the timer app at least once a day. Mostly for cooking.
- Shazam – Love Shazam. I tag stuff all the time, and it’s turned me on to some great new music. Especially helpful for identifying all the great music used in commercials these days.
- Spotify – I’m not a paid member, but Spotify has been my go to music app lately when I want to listen to something I don’t own.
Moleskine Lined Notebook: I still love writing and nothing beats a Moleskine for taking notes and keeping a record of the day. I’m still having a hard time transitioning to all those fancy reminder and to-do apps when this book still serves its purpose better then anything else.
Pen: Pilot G-2 7mm Blue. I switch between black and blue pens. Love the quality of the ink this pen puts to paper and I usually have a couple of them on me, with the addition of an orange highlighter and a couple of fine point black sharpies, those are my tools.
Orbit Spearmint Gum. Bad breath is bad news.
The Anthony Diaz Folder. He’s our CMO, my direct boss and your tequila guy. He puts together amazing action reports for all of our upcoming events. I’m still a little old school in that I like to print these out and I keep them in a blue folder for go-to reference, idea jotting, and basically, so I’m never in the dark.
Headphones: I keep two pair in my bag. Your standard white apple ear buds that I mostly use when talking on the phone, because of the built in mic. The grand-daddies though are my Bose Quiet Comfort 15 over the ear noise canceling headphones. I think these are best headphones for the money. Doesn’t matter if I’m in the office or on a plane, these things keep ALL the noise out. And they sound amazing. Gift from my old man who taught me early on an appreciation for music and technology.
Passport: Don’t leave home without it. Ever. Worst photo ever. I might be mistaken for a terrorist. Seriously. It’s bad. Real bad.
Camera: Olympus XZ-1, this is a great point and shoot with some very fast glass. I love my big Nikon, but this camera gets preferential treatment due to its size. In addition to its speed, I love the old school aperture click the lens makes when you twist it.
Sixthman Mike’s Business Card: it was the first card I got when I started here, he was the first co-worker to take me to lunch, and it’s my go to place when I totally space on our address or office phone number. Plus, do you know Mike? He cracks me up. Love that guy.
The Ultimate: my iPad. It’s not the newest version, but it’s my go-to device for pretty much all of my media consumption. It’s my virtual bookshelf, my music collection, basically my life.
ON MY iPAD…….
Books I am reading: The Swiss Family Robinson (love reading the classics), Space Chronicles, Inside Apple, Stories For Airports, The Rum Diary (and yes, I am currently reading all of those books, I prefer to read several at a time) – note, as I write this blog, I just finished The Swiss Family Robinson. Great read.
Magazines I am reading: Newsweek, Backpacker, Distro, Wired, Popular Photography, & GQ
Games: Bejeweled Blitz, Angry Birds, Fairway Solitaire
Music: I keep my music collection organized through iTunes Match, and it’s loaded. Here’s what I am playing the most right now: Smashing Pumpkins/Oceania, Goyte/Making Mirrors, M83/Hurry Up We’re Dreaming, The Lumineers/The Lumineers, XX/XX, Grouplove/Never Trust A Happy Song, Hot Chip/In Our Heads, 311/Universal Pulse
- Photo Apps – I love post-processing photos on my iPad even more so then my computer these days. Here are my mine ones: Pixlromatic, Filterstorm, Snapseed, CameraBag, Dynamic Light, Plastic Bullet, PhotoStudioHD, OsmoLeaker
- Productivity Apps – Mint, LogMeIn, GoodReader, eWallet, Tapose, Scanner Pro
- Travel Apps – Tripit, Kayak, Flightboard & FlightTrack, Airport Ace
- Reference Apps – Wikipanion, SkySafari, IMDb, Knot Guide HD
So, there you go. Deduce from it what you will. If we’ve never met, be sure to introduce yourself on the next cruise. It’s pretty likely I’ll be there. And if we’re not friends on Facebook, then find my profile – https://www.facebook.com/sixthmanben and let’s be friends. Love hearing about all of our guests and I’ve been trying to get to know a handful of you each week, so be sure to say hello. I’m happy to answer your questions about Sixthman events or why Chardy’s feet stink so bad.
Hi! I am one of your friendly Sixthman Ninjas and I am also one of the newest faces around Sixthman. So if you haven’t met me yet, I look forward to seeing you on board sometime! Until then, here is a little bit about me!
Being born and raised in Southwest Florida, the beach is an inseparable part of my soul. Napping on my blanket (and I mean full on snoring and I don’t care who can hear me), under my umbrella, with SPF properly applied would be my profession if that were even possible.
I am married to my high school sweetheart, who I met in marching band. I don’t care how much that outs us as complete dorks. We have been together exactly half of my life so far; I realize this is basically crazy talk. But when you win the lottery, you don’t say, “no thanks, you keep the money, I’ll just take the next scratch off ticket, please.”
Last year, I got to travel with my husband and 2 of our best friends to Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon. Not stay-in-a-lodge-and-take-pictures-from-the-boardwalk travel; hike-for-miles-with-30-pounds-of-gear-on-you-back-and-love-every-minute-of-it travel. I can’t wait for the next adventure! Taking the opportunity to see the beauty of the true wilderness in our world is something I hope everyone will do sometime in his or her life (even if you just take a picture from the boardwalk).
My previous jobs for the past 5 years have included working with animals from rats to dogs to elephants. I know how glamorous that sounds, and in fact it is incredibly rewarding work, which I loved so very much. But full disclaimer: for every 1 hour I spent doing what you are imagining I did (playing with animals); I spent at 3 or 4 hours scooping poop, cleaning and lifting heavy things like cat litter or hay bales. I still loved it, but I don’t want to paint an inaccurate picture.
I believe very much in the importance of using one’s talents/time to help others in some way. From Pit Bulls to Poodles, in the past 4 years, I (with the support and help of my husband) have fostered/rescued somewhere around 25 dogs. For most of that time I had 4 dogs of my own, plus the foster pooches. It was sometimes chaotic, it was messy, but it has been my way to help.
Now you know a little of this and a little of that about me. Except for 2 more random, but important facts: I HATE peanutbutter (this hatred rivals Jill Mac’s hatred of gum and Barb’s hatred of birds) and I LOVE to sing along to the radio, even though I definitely don’t have the voice for it. That’s it for now, most likely the next time you will hear from me is when you call/email/live chat the office to book or ask questions about your favorite cruise!
Here’s a quick video of Sarah working with a few of our four legged co-workers: Leap Dogs
I always wish I was more witty. You should know that about me. I love a good laugh and quick wit. It tells me that someone is smart, has a good sense of humor, and doesn’t take themselves too seriously.
I like beards. It’s a thing. Not everyone understands, and that’s okay. I have a beard tattoo.
If I’m not at work, I’m likely playing roller derby as Switchblade Siouxsie. If you’re not familiar with the resurgence of women’s flat track roller derby (check out www.wftda.com), it is a contact team sport on quad roller skates. Get familiar with it. It’s one of the fastest growing women’s sports. I did not grow up playing sports, and being involved in the Atlanta Rollergirls organization has saved my life and made me a better person. Also, I can kick your ass.
I started working at Sixthman about four years ago. I got the job because I was looking for something different, and my roller derby wife (aka awesome derby friend) May Q Beg had been surveying possible openings for me. I started as the office manager and failed miserably. Then I started working in guest services at which our little team did well and had fun together. However, that wasn’t my niche. I moved onto being a Warrior, and have recently become Warrior Chief. I lead the warriors and I’m responsible for the craziest party at sea, Kid Rock’s Chillin’ the Most Cruise.
I am passionate about life. I want to try everything once. I recently took on 30 challenges to finish before I turn 30. Turns out my friends and family want me to try everything from volunteering to Larping.
I love animals, specifically, I love dogs. I make a weird squealing noise every time I see a dog. My two pups, Penelope and Pistol, are the apples of my eye.
I was once an avid watcher of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and I loved it. Donatello was my favorite because he had a purple mask. Purple was my favorite color. I’m not sure what my favorite color is now. I tend to turn red, and I have many bruises that are black and blue. So take that for what it is.
I am a vegetarian.
I don’t like mean people. It’s a lot harder to be mean or even full of yourself than it is to smile at a fellow human. I don’t care how cool you are, if you think you’re better than anyone else – you’re probably not. If you have a good heart, it will show, and I will like you.
I like just about any type of music. Right now I’m listening to Spotify and I’ve made a The Constellations radio station. A few of us in the office went to see The Constellations this week. I have also been known to sing along to classic rock, hip hop, country, monster ballads, punk, rockabilly, indie, blue grass, etc. etc.
I love almonds. Anything almond. Almond milk, almond scented lotion, almond oil, raw almonds. I secretly snack on them in bed.
I have a degree in English Literature with a focus on creative writing and a minor in Psychology.
I once owned my own webzine. I was also once the music editor for a tattoo magazine, and I even interned at a business women’s magazine.
I like to write. Which is why this blog has turned out to be so long. If you see me on the boat, be sure to introduce yourself and say hello!
Hi. I’m Barbara. Yes, the same Barbara that you’ve seen on a ton of boats for the past 5 years. I started out in Guest Services, and have worked in Marketing and as a Warrior. I’m currently the company’s full time Copywriter. I’ve been at Sixthman longer than any other job I’ve ever held, so they must be doing something right!
You may remember my post about my beginnings in improv classes (http://www.sixthman.net/blog/2008/06/17/quick-i-need-an-occupation-and-a-color/). Four years later, I’m a company member at Dad’s Garage, where I perform improvised and scripted shows every weekend. In fact, at the time of writing this blog, I’ll be opening a musical tonight! I haven’t sung or danced in front of an audience since college, so wish me luck….
Let’s talk some more about me:
- I believe comedy is the last remaining place to find truth. This is why I get all my news from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Cracked.com.
- I hate birds. I recently saw a particularly adorable bird, and re-evaluated my position. As soon as the thought crossed my mind, a bird pooped right on my shoulder. I still hate birds.
- I was my full-grown adult height of 5’9” in 7th grade. That’s when I learned about being intimidating to the opposite sex.
- I live in the Little 5 Points area with my boyfriend and two “delightful” cats.
- I’m obsessed with said cats. I’m probably thinking about them right now.
- I use my office locker as a place to put things I never want to see again.
- Unlike Jill Mac, I love doughnuts. Especially Krispy Kreme Chocolate Glazed.
- When stressed, I cook.
- No matter what I’m doing, I would always rather be dancing. Although I’m trained in classical jazz, tap, and modern dance, I’m also a free dance enthusiast. When I win the lottery, I’m quitting my job, and every day, I’ll turn on music and dance until I can’t any more.
- I have a nasal polyp.
If there’s one thing I love as much as dancing, it’s talking about myself. If you have any more questions for me, leave a comment!
Hello! I am new-er to Sixthman. Eight months to be exact. Before I came here I was working for a music management company in NYC. I had worked at the company for 6 years when I decided it was time for a change. So I did what Julia Roberts did… I left my job in search of discovery and adventure!!! My plan was grand. All that was missing was the advance from my book editor. I picked up all the travel books and talked to others who had backpacked around the globe. I was set and ready to embark on my journey.
I headed to Thailand and stayed on a tiny island in the gulf for 4 months. I did learn a lot, but failed to meet a hot Australian and live happy ever after. I quickly realized that backpacking is not for me. I am 5’2” and pretty strong but carrying a pack around the size of me and sweating in the hot sun is not my idea of a good time. Also, I am not a great budget traveler. I lived in a cabana with a cold shower and bucket flush toilet no problem, but when it came to spending money on good food and drink I could not be stopped.
The island, Koh Tao, had so much diversity. I met people from all over the globe! The only ones missing were the Americans (we don’t get enough vacation time/holiday to travel that far). It was hard to admit at first but despite all the great people I was meeting and the delicious Thai cuisine, I felt lonely and missed the States.
I am now back in the U.S. with NO job, NO money and NO idea what’s next. This is not how my adventure was supposed to end!!! It was time to get my career underway so I set off to NYC to start the hunt. My first lunch date with my former coworker led me straight to Sixthman….Andy was looking for a new assistant. I had known Andy for years. One email and two phone calls later I was moving to Atlanta!
This move has turned out to be the biggest and best adventure of all. I get to travel and meet people from all over the world, but this time I don’t feel like something is missing. I have an incredible Sixthman family and you (our guests) make each day fun and interesting.
I say you can do it like Julia or you could do it like me and CRUISE!!
Disclaimer 1: I read the book first and then saw the movie a year later. Always book first and then the movie. If I see the movie then I won’t read the book. Hence why I have never seen a Harry Potter movie because I am promising myself I will sit down and read them all one day.
Disclaimer 2: I am a foodie and in the future will talk about it food a lot more. For now just know Thai is probably my favorite. I get take out at least 1-2 times per week. I need a noodle dish and a curry on a regular basis.
Hey there Sixthman blog. Long time, no see. It’s Jill Mac again. Apparently I am supposed to introduce myself with this blog. I thought I did a pretty good job with this blog (link: http://www.sixthman.net/blog/2008/10/23/sweatin-the-small-stuff/), but what the hey. I’ll give you a little more and maybe an update since then.
- I have a three-year-old little girl named Rachel who I love more than life itself. Ask me about her and see how fast you can get out of that convo. Ask me about her AND my husband and you should probably call in late for your next meeting.
- I am referred to by Andy Levine as “the one that doesn’t like people.” That is patently untrue. Andy just hasn’t ever seen The Power of Introverts (link to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0KYU2j0TM4).
- I hate doughnuts. All doughnuts. That’s all I have to say about that.
- I am the Sixthman employee that sails on almost every cruise…and you will never see me. The reason for this is that while my fellow extroverted coworkers are out in the trenches running Flip Cup, I am sitting in a tiny office with 1 phone and 2 radios in front of me, making calls for the tables/beer/cups needed for said activity, while making the staffing grids for the next day and helping readjust the schedule due to the fact that rain is on the horizon for the next sea day. I put the pieces together so that when my staff gets to an event, they can focus and concentrate on you. Further evidence that I love people.
- I have seen every episode of “Friends” and I have all 10 seasons on DVD. I watched seasons 2 and 3 while in labor (for 24 hours). Don’t judge.
- My favorite thing about every cruise is debark day. Not because everyone leaves or the cruise is over, but because I love listening to my health conscious coworkers start talking about the airport Chili’s like they are getting ready to go to a five-star-freaking restaurant. The reason you can’t find a table at the airport Chili’s? Yeah that’s our party of 30 salivating over some queso and some 20oz beers.
- Gum is disgusting. I don’t even chew the Dentyne Fire I talked about in that blog link anymore. Why put food in your mouth that just turns into goo, then spit it out? Oh my god, I am totally getting dry heaves right now.
- Alex Denis is my go-to for all things young and hip. Followed closely by Natalie Powell. Totes for real….oh god help me.
- I am the President of the Big Girl Panties Coalition. Don’t whine about it, don’t panic, don’t freak out…just put your big girl panties on and deal with it. Everything’s gonna be alright.
That’s all from me right now. I’d tell you to come find me onboard, but just refer back to number 4. You might have to really ask around to do that.
“Hey man, how did you get your job at Sixthman?”
As one of the newer team members here at Sixthman, I was caught off guard by just how many times I was asked that question when on-board any one of the first six cruises I’ve sailed on with the company this year. The answer for me is a classic tale of being in right place at the right time….about 20 years ago…
My freshman year at the University of Florida I had the good fortune to make a new friend, who turned band mate and who has now turned into my boss. Andy Levine and I had some fun leading and marketing our college band, Waterdog, throughout the Southeast in the early nineties. When the band went on permanent vacation…we always talked about finding a way to work together again one day.
Well Andy went on to managing bands and founding (what I think you agree) is a pretty amazing little company (Sixthman). I put my energy into marketing, sales and management roles in radio, television and digital in Atlanta, Tampa and D.C.
All the stars aligned last summer
With the growth the company was experiencing, the need arose to bring on Sixthman’s first Chief Marketing Officer. You can imagine my excitement (and the honor I felt) to be able to be the one lucky enough to fill that role. So six cruises and six months later, I’m fully focused on helping create experiences for our guests that set the stage for moments that hopefully become memories for a lifetime.
In addition to working on the Sixthman brand, cruise event promotions, marketing campaigns , public relations and with the Warriors who lead our cruises…I get to work as a part of a team at Sixthman (we go by the name SPARK! for sales-pr-marketing) that helps brands connect and add value to our guest communities.
If you’ve sailed with us this past year or seen some of our recent social posts, you’ve probably been introduced to one of our key brand partners, Cabo Wabo Tequila. We saw fast that both Cabo and Sixthman share a similar passion for celebrating moments that make life rock! So that’s what we’ve committed to do together. More than just a logo here and there….our goal is to push ourselves to add value to your vacation experience in all the programs we create together.
- Some of the things we’re doing and are working on to achieve that goal include creating unique on-board guest – artist activities such as Battleshots, producing engaging video content featuring Sixthman cruise event artists in Off the Record conversations, rolling out custom drink specials to provide you with some on-board savings and supporting a series of emerging artists through a Tour of select cities. Some other ideas are as simple as Cabo providing a free shot of tequila for the whole ship to toast the sail-a-way of the cruise, great photo galleries of shots from ship or giving out a few pop up tents at beach shows to provide a little shade from the sun! Check out the pictures from our last event with 311 - https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150823362618715.408551.9118363714&type=3
We’d love to hear your ideas on how you think partners such as Cabo can help make your vacation with us even more memorable. Please send me a note on that or any ideas or feedback you’d like to share regarding marketing and pr for Sixthman.
Look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on-board soon!
Anthony | Live Loud