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Dead Man’s Party – Oingo Boingo Tribute
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Formed in LA in 1979, The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo, later known just as Oingo Boingo (and later yet, just as Boingo), was the later evolution of a musical theatrical group that was originally put together by Richard Elfman. Having formed The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo in 1972, Rick later passed the Oingo Boingo torch over to his brother Danny and turned his efforts to producing movies. For Richard’s first movie “The Forbidden Zone” (1980) he actually enlisted brother Danny to write the soundtrack, some of which was actually performed by Oingo Boingo.
For a long time, Oingo Boingo was one of the best-kept entertainment secrets. However, on the U.S. West Coast Oingo Boingo had tremendous “underground” popularity. Part of the reason for this was its leader and primary writer Danny Elfman’s (Oingo Boingo’s lead vocalist) penchant for constant experimentation in musical styles – including Balinese polyrhythms, West African melodies, and big band-tinged horn-paced songs – that made Oingo Boingo hard to categorize.
Tickets available at the M15 box office on the day of the event