Sneak Preview Available for GUSTAFER YELLOWGOLD'S WISDOM TOOTH OF WISDOM
Fans of all ages who just can't wait for the newest installment in the award-winning series of Gustafer Yellowgold "Musical Moving Book" DVD/CD sets, can now enjoy a sneak preview of Gustafer Yellowgold's Wisdom Tooth of Wisdom. Watch the trailer HERE!
Groovy Gustafer Yellowgold is a friendly fellow who came from the Sun and landed in the Minnesota woods. Illustrator/songwriter/performer Morgan Taylordeveloped the Gustafer Yellowgold experience as equal parts pop rock concert and animated picture book.
All six Gustafer Yellowgold DVD/CD sets are filled with a one-of-a-kind blend of blissful pop music, lyrical poignancy, and cartoon absurdity. The songs, by themselves, are loved by people of all ages whose taste runs to alternative pop/rock, while the video elements unfold in graphic novel fashion, revealing an ink and colored pencil fantasy world that's especially appealing to children.
Since his creation in 2005, Gustafer Yellowgold has become an international phenomenon, headlining family family friendly venues all across the U.S., in London, and even in Seoul, Korea. Yet Gustafer is not just for kids! Gustafer Yellowgold's Show has performed as the support act for Wilco and The Polyphonic Spree, and Gustafer has been seen off-Broadway in his own productions of Gustafer Yellowgold's Mellow Sensation and Gustafer Yellowgold's Infinity Sock.
The New York Times called Gustafer Yellowgold "a cross between Yellow Submarine and Dr. Seuss." Entertainment Weekly praised, "The most infectious original songs. It's like tapping into some pleasure center in the brain, both adult and kid ... absurdly appealing." The Washington Post declared, "He's a star on stage and screen! ... The mix of catchy tunes and offbeat stories has endeared Taylor, and Gustafer, to teenagers as well." The Chicago Tribune wrote, "Gustafer Yellowgold has made kids' music so cool that teenagers and ultra-hip bands such as Wilco want to get in on the act ... a shiny blend of pop art and pop tunes."