Knitting Factory Presents
Froggy Fresh and Money Maker Mike
Meet and Greet ticket includes admission and gets you in the show an hour before doors for photos and autographs with Froggy! ...Also comes with a sticker, poster, embroidered sweatband and gloss photo!
The internet tells a legend of a kid named Froggy Fresh who fought a great white shark and mastered Youtube. These are but a few of his vast accomplishments, which include being endorsed by John Cena and featured on Tosh.0 but also being a good best friend and recovering neighborhood kids stolen bikes. Formerly known as Krispy Kreme, a cease and desist rendered a fan-voted name change and the name 'Froggy Fresh' was chosen over 'Jelly Bean Jack'. Enduring a naming, branding, and content change, Money Maker (Re-Loaded), still debuted and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Comedy Album chart. After 5 years of being shrouded in mystery, Froggy Fresh has embarked on a live tour throughout the US featuring Money Maker Mike, video projections, and a live DJ. Catch the “Baddest of them All” live while you still can.
Boy Pierce is an independent American hip hop artist living and working in New York City. His venture
into music production began in college, at the University of Delaware where he created intricate
mashups and distributed them to college friends. Following graduation, Pierce moved to
Philadelphia, where he wrote, recorded, and performed. Since dropping his mixtape The Bootleg in
2011, Pierce has performed at several shows in Philadelphia, New York City, and DC. His music
videos Boy Pierce Raps Over Everything and RÉSUMÉ gained much attention from Philadelphia radio
station WXPN. His “Hindsight” music video and sophomore album Various Dreams were self-released in
2013. In late 2013, Pierce moved to New York City to further pursue his musical aspirations. In 2015, his
“NBA On NBC” song and video went viral, earning press on The Big Lead, Barstool Sports, and The
Chicago Tribune. He self-released his EP Moments in 2016 and in 2017 debuted a series of “Ultimate
Tributes,” paying homage to hip hop legends Eminem, The Notorious B.I.G., and Outkast. He recently
collaborated with RAQ/Electric Beethoven keyboardist Todd Stoops with “Festival Song” and
his “Ultimate Phish Tribute” went viral, earning press on JamBase and Live For Live Music. And, for the
holiday season, Pierce paid homage to Home Alone with the “Ultimate Home Alone Tribute.” He’s in the
midst of producing and recording his next studio album, Homemade.